|Last release:||(November 7, 2006)|
DBin is a peer-2-peer based tool for collaborative authoring and exchange of semantic data.
Similar to a filesharing client, DBin connects directly to other peers. Instead of files, however, it will download "relevant information" about topics you specify. More technically sharing and receiving "Semantically structured information" using RDF and other components of the W3C Semantic Web Initiative.
Similar to a newsgroup client, bits of information (called "annotations") are collected and inserted by entering Topic Rooms. E.g. the "Beers lovers" or "Butterflies collector" rooms. To maximally enjoy the room, it is suggested that you download a proper, specialized user interface and interaction environment prepared for you by domain experts.