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What are topicmaps?
A topicmap is, in general, the popular name for a way of thinking, and two open standards; the XML-based standard named XTM, and the ISO 13250 standard named HyTM.
See my article Topic maps often pondered-about things for more on what topicmaps are and how you can use them.
Other much used topicmap links;
TopicMaps.org - Where the standard lives.
TopicMaps.net - An informative web site about Topic Maps.
TopicMap.com - Hand-crafted Machine-generated Knowledge Interchange.
EasyTopicMaps - A WikiWiki about topicmaps.
CoverPages topicmaps - XML/XTM Technology Reports.
Mojix.org - A Japanese website with a topicmap sub-category.
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