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2013-10-15T16:54:24.784+10:00

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Suggestion: Two steps. 1. Bring it all together ...

2009-06-23T12:58:41.949+10:00

Suggestion: Two steps.

1. Bring it all together using The Fascinator so at least people SEEKING info can find stuff.
2. Add editing / annotation etc tools to The Fasciantor using widgets etc that are as arms-length as possible and route the changes back to the source systems. This is kind if what we will need to do on the desktop anyway.



Hi there anonymous, 1) Good point - I was using D...

2009-04-22T08:40:00.000+10:00

Hi there anonymous,

1) Good point - I was using DC Elements as that's what they discuss in the RDFa primer. I'll certainly use dc terms from now. That being said, the new schema maps to the old one.

2) My team develops word processing solutions that allow documents to be converted into HTML. At present, Word and OpenOffice lack the ability to set rel attributes so we're looking at the URI as a "proxy" representation that we can resolve before rendering to XHTML (+RDFa) (see also: http://ptsefton.com/2009/04/08/journal-20-embedding-semantics-in-documents.htm). This is important as many academic authors don't write articles in HTML editing tools - nor do they do much investigating into how RDFa mechanisms works.

3. Norm Walsh's tool and FOAF-a-matic are good examples of what I'm suggesting. It's just a basic/early start on tools that help generate LinkedData without getting in the way of authoring. I would agree that it's still cumbersome but at least we could remove the issue of selecting the correct schemas for well-known structures (such as journal articles).

Thanks for the feedback!

Cheers,

Duncan



Three quick things: 1) you're using the incorrect ...

2009-04-22T00:14:00.000+10:00

Three quick things: 1) you're using the incorrect DC property; use the new dcterms one, 2) Why encode this all in the URI when you could just use RDFa (add the property to the rel attribute)?, and 3) take a look at a little photo app Norm Walsh was once experimenting with.



Maybe an ideal location for this type of system wo...

2009-04-16T09:32:00.000+10:00

Maybe an ideal location for this type of system would be within Zotero.



And email, as suggested by Ian Barnes.

2009-04-06T11:14:00.000+10:00

And email, as suggested by Ian Barnes.



It met my #1 prag requirement - freeI will pay for...

2009-01-13T18:28:00.000+10:00

It met my #1 prag requirement - free

I will pay for something more hoopy if/when I stick with this for more than a few tries.

Same logic -> not buying a flute

nod



Why Blogger?

2009-01-13T18:26:00.000+10:00

Why Blogger?