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Mon, 04 Apr 2005 18:04:33 GMT
Structure Blogging

Bob Wyman: Structured blogging is about making a movie review look different from a calendar entry. On the surface, it’s as simple as that - formatting blog entries around their content. To see what we’re talking about, check out the sample content on the blog. On another level, it’s a bit more complicated - what we want to do is create structure (in the form of XML) around each of these types of entries, to organize the data inside and to let machine readers - other programs, sites, and aggregators - better understand the content.

Randy: The PubSub team is doing some great work to promote better meta-data in your RSS. He calls it structured blogging, I call it the Realistic Semantic Web.

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