The T-ma-tic API delivers structured data of similar and linked concepts so that you can create smart semantic apps. For example, the "Michael Jackson" T-ma-tic has the semecode 14995351 (unique identifier) and has the following similar T-ma-tics: Prince (musician), semecode: 57317, and is linked to the following T-ma-tics: Bad (album), semecode: 586840. Be an early adopter of this Web 3.0, SemanticWeb service by implementing the T-ma-tic search feature. To see the API in action, go to PeepToday.com, click on "My Peeps" button and then on the "+" button to experiment with the T-ma-tic search.
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