[whatwg] RDFa Basics Video (8 minutes)

Kristof Zelechovski giecrilj at stegny.2a.pl
Wed Aug 27 08:22:25 PDT 2008

It is doubtless that semantic networks are a valuable tool in natural
language processing and in reasoning about actions.  However, having
semantic networks and plain text as interleaved alternative streams of the
same content, which is what the demonstration shows, seems to be too
vulnerable and error-prone, especially when there is no validator at hand
that could verify that both streams convey the same information.

<span about="#jane" instanceof="foaf:Person" property="foaf:name" 
>Jane</span > 
<span about="#jane" property="foaf:loves" resource="#mac" 
>hates</span > 
<span about="#mac" instanceof="foaf:Person" property="foaf:name" 
>Mac</span >.

Ugh.  That really hurt.


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Subject: [whatwg] RDFa Basics Video (8 minutes)

Here's a quick 8 minute RDFa Basics video for those of you that are not
familiar with how RDF and RDFa work. I'm posting this in an attempt to
bring those that are unfamiliar with these concepts up to speed.

RDFa Basics (8 minutes)

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