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*<span class="hentry"><span class="published">2011-09-29</span>: <span class="entry-summary">Search Engine Land: <cite class="entry-title">Employing Microformats & Structured Data For Enhanced Search Engine Visibility</cite> by <span class="author vcard"><span class="fn">Aaron Bradley</span></span>: <span class="url">http://searchengineland.com/employing-microformats-structured-data-for-enhanced-search-engine-visibility-94122</span></span></span>
 
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*<span class="hentry"><time class="published">2011-09-26</time> (<time class="updated">2011-12-08</time>) : <span class="entry-summary"><cite class="entry-title">Google recommends Schema.org Microdata, but only supports the old Microformats</cite> by <span class="author vcard"><span class="fn">Ruben Timmerman</span></span>: <span class="url">http://devblog.springest.com/google-recommends-schema-dot-org-microdata-but-only-supports-the-old-microformats</span></span></span>
  
 
*<span class="hentry"><span class="published">2011-05-23</span>: <span class="entry-summary"><cite class="entry-title">hReview Testimonials from SMB Sites Starting to Show in Places</cite> by <span class="author vcard"><span class="fn">Mike Olean</span></span>: <span class="url">http://blumenthals.com/blog/2011/05/23/hreview-testimonials-from-smb-sites-starting-to-show-in-places/</span></span></span>
 
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2005

Miscellaneous Reference

These are various intro-related links/articles which we haven't figured out yet how to incorporate. You may find them of interest.

  • Data First vs. Structure First
    • Tantek says: In many ways it is actually *far* worse than that post conveys. The "typical" programmer literally loves spending far more time worrying about and designing the structure for structure's sake, than data, and even less so, "real world" data (current behaviors etc.). Hence we have taken the directly opposite tack with microformats when looking to solve a problem.
      • Zeroeth, define the real-world problem. If you can't do this, then stop.
      • First, look at real-world usage (data).
      • Second, what previous standards are people actually using today? If there is more than one, then lean towards those with the better adoption.
      • And only after those first two do we bother to pay attention to theoretical standards, those that have been invented (whether by individuals, committees), but haven't seen much if any actual adoption.
  • 2000-03-21 Dan Connolly on human-consumable information: (strong emphasis added)
    • I believe that one of the best ways to transition into RDF, if not a long-term deployment strategy for RDF, is to manage the information in human-consumable form (XHTML) annotated with just enough info to extract the RDF statements that the human info is intended to convey. In other words: using a relational database or some sort of native RDF data store, and spitting out HTML dynamically, is a lot of infrastructure to operate and probably not worth it for lots of interesting cases. We all know that we have to produce a human-readable version of the thing... why not use that as the primary source?

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