I now have the first cut of a Facebook application called:
Dynamic Linked Data Pages.
A dynamically generated Web Page comprised of Semantic Data Web
style data links (formally typed links) and traditional Document
Web links (generic links lacking type specificity).
Linked Data Pages will ultimately enable Facebook users to
inject their public data into the Semantic Data Web as RDF based
Linked Data. For instance, my Facebook Profile & Photo albums
data is now available as RDF, without paying a cent of RDF
handcrafting tax, thanks to the Virtuoso Sponger (middleware for
producing RDF from non RDF data sources) which is now equipped with
a new RDFizer Cartridger for the Facebook Query Language (FQL) and
RESTful Web Service.
When you click on a link in DLD pages, you will be presented
with a lookup that exposes the different interaction options
associated with a given URI. Examples include:
Remember, the facebook URLs (links to web pages) are being
converted, on the fly, into RDF based Structured Data ( graph model
database) i.e Entity Sets that possess formally defined
characteristics (attributes) and associations (relationships).
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 07/27/2007 04:22 GMT-0500
Modified: 02/11/2009 07:40 GMT-0500
Tags: rdf , semanticweb , sparql , virtuoso
Categories: Demos , Virtual Database , Semantic Web
Comment Status: 3