has been launched, designed by Paul Ford of Ftrain.com. He’s published a description of his work: A New Website for Harper’s Magazine. Go read the description and click around the site if you’re interested in the semantic web and such. A preview:
Harper’s is built upon a Semantic Web framework – albeit a primitive one. I’ve written about what the Semantic Web
is, and why it matters before… [snip] Using this framework, Harper’s is divided into two parts: narrative content, like the Features and the Weekly Review, and a taxonomy (or ontology, depending on your preferred term), called Connections.