12 February 2004

Using XHTML for partial semantic marking

Jon Udell is continuing to open up the debate on how to create a middle ground between the ideal of semantic web with rich metatdata, and the real world, now, of very un-marked up web content. Recent postings on his weblog like Jon Udell: Confession time and Jon Udell: Content-aware search show how through creative use of the XHTML/CSS attribute tags (potentially auto-generated) text-based resources like weblog entries can become a proximate knowledge-base.

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