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FOAF-a-matic -- Describe yourself in RDF

tags: RDF, FOAF

FOAF-a-matic is a simple Javascript application that allows you to create a FOAF ("Friend-of-A-Friend") description of yourself. You can read more about FOAF in Edd Dumbill's "XML Watch: Finding friends with XML and RDF" article, at the FOAF homepage on RDFWeb, and also the FOAF vocabulary description.

url: http://www.ldodds.com/foaf/foaf-a-matic

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Rej

Rej is a graphical utility that allows you to write RDF statements directly, using a simple layout that is designed to naturally reflect the basic RDF model. You might use Rej in any situation that uses RDF as part of its pipeline, or as a general purpose annotation tool, such as when taking notes or doing research. Please see the installation guide for instructions on how to install Rej, and the manual for some basic information on how to use it.

url: http://infinitesque.net/projects/Legere/components/Rej/

type: project, format: none

RSS and FOAF

I'm learning more about the semantic web and RDF. I created an RDF Site Summary and FOAF file.

I've had an Atom rss feed for a while now. But i like RDF Site Summary because it's endorsed by the World Wide Web Consortium.

FOAF stands for Friend of a Friend. It's a way to use XML to specify some information about yourself and your friends. Developers have written FOAF navigators and aggregators to generated large SVG graphs of people. Here's the FoaF Explorer. FOAF includes relationship types such as friendOf, spouseOf, parentOf, etc.