After a long period of trying to demystify and unravel the
wonders of standards compliant structured data access, combined with
protocols (e.g., HTTP) that separate:
I ended up with what I can best describe as the Data 3.0
Manifesto. A manifesto for standards complaint access to structured
data object (or entity) descriptors.
Alex James (Program Manager Entity
Frameworks at Microsoft), put together something quite similar
to this via his Base4 blog (around the Web 2.0 bootstrap
time), sadly -- quoting Alex -- that post has gone where
discontinued blogs and their host platforms go (deep deep irony
It's also important to note that this manifesto is also a
variant of the TimBL's Linked Data Design Issues meme
re. Linked Data, but totally decoupled from RDF (data
representation formats aspect) and SPARQL which -- in my world view -- remain
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 04/16/2010 17:09 GMT-0500
Modified: 05/25/2010 17:10 GMT-0500
Tags: webservices , web2.0 , web20 , gdata , rdf , linked_data , semanticweb , foaf , sparql , socialnetworking , DataSpace
Categories: Semantic Web
Comment Status: 6
This document is empty and basically useless. It is generated by a web service that can make some statements in HTML+Microdata format.
This time the service made zero such statements, sorry.