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Get Your Two Cents In

Got ideas for the future of the Semantic Web? W3C is surveying people interested in the Semantic Web Health Care and Life Sciences groups, says the Science Commons blog, and it may lead to interest or working groups forming next year. They suggest filling out the survey within the next few days to have the biggest impact.

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