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Re: Wishlist Vocabulary

From: Ryan Shaw <ryanshaw@sims.berkeley.edu>
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 09:23:39 -0700
Message-ID: <40E1978B.60205@sims.berkeley.edu>
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org

Morten Frederiksen wrote:

> On Tuesday 29 June 2004 00:34, Danny Ayers wrote:
> 
>>Not linked are Morten's later XSLT for processing Amazon's wishlists (as
>>a web service):
>>http://rdfweb.org/pipermail/rdfweb-dev/2004-January/012423.html
> 
> Thanks for the plug Danny!
> 
> I have just now fixed that linked perl script for retrieving the wish list as 
> XML, they apparently changed how the API handles EOW (end-of-wishlist), 
> please see http://www.wasab.dk/morten/2004/01/amazon-pager/ for the updated 
> version.

Excellent! This is exactly the kind of thing I was thinking about 
building. I've got an Amazon wishlist with about 1000 items in it,
and Amazon's tools for managing that just aren't up to snuff. I
really want everything in RDF so I can play with it in a retailer
agnostic fashion.

Dan Brickley's ruminations on wishlists really opened my mind,
though--wishes are a deeper subject than I had originally thought.
Although the way I personally use wishlists has less to do with
desires to actually own all those items and more to do with
a sort of bookmarking. I wishlist any books/music/movies
recommended to me (by real people) or that sound interesting.
If I find that I'm wishlisting something already in my wishlist,
I usually buy it.

Ryan
Received on Tuesday, 29 June 2004 12:24:59 GMT

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