I have started to implement SMW on a law-oriented wiki. The possibilities for this technology are phenomenal for legal research. Check out this page to start: http://medicarelaw.info/wiki/Inpatient_hospital_services and surf on from there. I have a lot of markup conversion to do, but once it's done, this site will really start to live up to its potential.
Any suggestions about how to sort the results in the "Facts about this page" box so that they are in alphabetical order, rather than order of appearance in the page? Please let me know if you have any ideas.
Thanks --Alex 19:34, 9 November 2006 (CET)
We have a full blown directory implementation working at Centiare. You can see an example of personal annotations covering vital statistics, resume information, and interests (social networking) here. Alternatively, you can browse through commercial, non-profit, governmental and intellectual property listings here.
Centiare uses NAICS categories to organize industry portals, and features a "user-owned" Directory namespace that prevents listings from being edited by others. Even better, while Main page entries follow traditional NPOV, Directory listings can be used to promote, market and otherwise advocate one's point-of-view. 22.214.171.124 16:02, 21 December 2006 (CET)