Added Test Information Space to Twine and vice-versa. The latter is considered one of the initial applications of the semantic web and is now in beta. It combines content which previously had required several web 2.0 sites. The twine metaphor appends items such as bookmarks to a list that can be tagged and subscribed to by multiple users or connections. The three classes of information, items, twines and connections, all have many-to-many relationships to eachother. Various types of items include notes, documents, multimedia, contacts and events. Items can contain metadata about themselves or others. Content is automatically translated to RDF and parsed to identify metadata such as people, places, or organizations. This can be searched for matches to these, tags or editors. The built-in categories seem to indicate a leaning toward cataloguing the real world. It does sometimes anthropomorphize the names of things, e.g. a software package. The technical development is ongoing and improvements are expected to match user interests. Related video.