2010 May 4, 10:52
On HTML5's extensibility: how does microdata work in HTML5?
2010 Mar 12, 2:32
Google's indexer now examines HTML5 microdata and they provide a tool to test out your pages microdata
2009 Apr 7, 1:13
A sort of vertical cross section of an overview of what the web should look like from HTTP & URIs to GRDDL & RDF. Oh, and there's a pretty graph at the bottom. "This finding describes how
document formats, markup conventions, attribute values, and other data formats can be designed to facilitate the deployment of self-describing, Web-grounded Web content."
2008 Sep 16, 3:57
Interview with Ben Adida on RDFa: "...RDFa is ready. It has just been approved by the W3C as a Candidate Recommendation, with the specific text of the specification and a brand new Primer published
on June 20th. Y!: What can I do with RDFa? BA: You can tell the world what various components on your web page mean by marking up things like: The title of a photo Your name and contact information
The license under which you're distributing your latest MP3 The ingredients of a cooking recipe The price of an item A gene on which you recently wrote a paper ... Anything that you want to make more
2008 Feb 8, 3:27
Tips on adding structured content to your webpages including microformats (ugh).
2008 Jan 29, 7:28
A standard URI scheme for describing books.
2007 Apr 5, 10:26
A microformats cheat sheet.
2007 Mar 21, 1:41
A tool that will create HTML to describe your relationship to another individual.
2006 Nov 28, 5:24
The objective of Live Clipboard is to provide a simple and consistent user model to wire-the-web that would assist individuals in creating their own mesh of interconnections, both web-to-web and
web-to-PC. Simply stated, the idea is to extend the PC clip
2006 Nov 28, 5:23
A quick-fire round up of what’s happened in the microformats world this week; new implementations, major mailing list discussions and microformat-related discussion from the web at large.
2006 Nov 28, 5:19
This document describes how a subset of RDF can be embedded into XHTML or HTML by using common idioms and attributes. No new elements or attributes have been invented and the usages of the HTML
attributes are within normal bounds. This scheme is designed
2006 Oct 30, 10:34