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Re: Semantic Technology and Blogs

From: Adam Sobieski <adamsobieski@hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 01:43:59 +0000
Message-ID: <BAY132-F34F59A14D95B358453DD93C5B60@phx.gbl>
To: ben@adida.net
Cc: semantic-web@w3c.org

> > Some ideas occurred to me for an in-demand project that can help get SW
> > tech more towards end users.  It has to do with link varieties and 
> > With the document resembling:
> >
> > a href=”http://yourblog.com/someentry.html”
> > blognet:type=”http://hypothetical.org/blognet/2007/10/type#agree”
>You should into RDFa, where the markup would be:
><a xmlns:blognet="http://hypothetical.org/blognet/2007/10/type#"
>    rel="blognet:agree blognet:commenton"
>    href="http://yourblog.com/someentry.html">
>   ...
>The latest version of the RDFa Primer is at:
>And we're about to start soliciting comments. I guess we just started :)


Yes, exactly!

I see a lot of success and usage of RDFa in blogs and social networking 
sites where GUI's are in place to generate content.  I imagine end users 
clicking on a add link button and a popup UI appearing where they can 
interact to generate the RDFa.  I think many new resources are going to 
appear as a result, related to distributed content visualization, navigation 
and discovery.  Also with blogs and social networking sites, end users can 
see the results of using RDFa (or from their perspective using the add link 
popup) via those resources.

- Adam

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Received on Monday, 24 September 2007 01:44:16 UTC

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