For many years I've been thinking about the application of Semantic Web technology to studying (and presenting the results of the study of) the Bible. However, I never really thought about the application of Bible study (and the tools and techniques developed for it) to the Semantic Web. Then I came across this great blog entry, discussing the latter.
On the former, there is a wonderful site SemanticBible that I hope I can contribute to in some way.
I also really need to get back to my morphological analysis. I haven't thought about it for a while, but I need to come up with URIs for each lemmata and word form. I could even grandfather in Strong's numbers and G/K numbers.