The DATAMI project/application intends to support users in managing their interactions with content on the Web. More and more information is being exchanged between individual users and a large variety of online organizations. From the point of view of the Web user, these exchanges are happening in a fragmented, un-managed way, which makes it harder for them to take full benefit from this content, to obtain an overview of their online activities and make efficient reuse of these activities. We will build on the Stanbol Services to produce a semantic personal Web history for users, enriched with information about the various types of entities (websites, people, organisations, places) they encounter. The need for such types of application relate in particular to scenarios where individuals rely on information found on the Web, but without necessarily having at their disposal the tools, time or capacity to organise the online content they interact with. In other terms, what DATAMI intends to do is to provide ways to automatically, without affecting the user’s normal activities, monitor and organise the resources he/she is interacting with, so that it can be later explored, re-used and retrieved.