“(…) Twine is targeted straight at groupware and knowledge-management apps that have mostly been confined to enterprise installations (…) Twine is a place to organize information you find or create on the Web—bookmarks, notes, videos, photos,contacts, tasks.
(…) Twine applies a semantic analysis to it that creates tags for each document or video or photo. The tags match up to concepts that Twine’s algorithms associate with each piece of content, regardless of whether that concept is specifically mentioned in the Web page or other content being tagged.
(…) “When you put stuff into Twine,” says Spivack, “Twine enriches it, but you can take it out.” Of course, all of those enriched tags will point right back to Twine. “We’re the only place that can even see the connections between things,” says Spivack. Well, not quite yet. People have to start using Twine first. (…)”