Sorry, I don't remember if I have already posted this, but there is a
growing list of tools at:
Most of these are free/non-commercial. If you know of others, let me
know or post to the [log in to unmask] list and we'll get it added on.
Quoting Cindy Harper <[log in to unmask]>:
> This article came in via email this morning - it may be the kind of pointers
> I needed to read about open-source tools to get started using the SW.
> *Computerworld First Look*
> *Semantic Web: Tools you can
> Standards, tools, platforms, prewritten components and services are
> available to help make semantic deployments less time-consuming, less
> technically complex and (somewhat) less costly. *Read
> Cindy Harper, Systems Librarian
> Colgate University Libraries
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