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  1. Web ID is an "Identifier" (an "HTTP URI" in fact), for Entity "You" of Type: Person, on the World Wide Web. It looks like a URL and feels like a URL, but isn't solely a URL, due to the inherent Identity/Access duality of HTTP scheme URIs. Thus, its Identity Function handles unique identification while its Access Function provides data access -- via a Web document URL -- to "Your" profile metadata (i.e., constellation of characteristics - attributes and values - that describe entity "You").
    28-07-2010 to , and -1 others
  2. kurze geschichte von html -> xhtml
    02-11-2006 to , , , and -1 others
  3. das w3c hinkt den microformats hinterher: grddl
    25-10-2006 to , , and -1 others
  4. This series covers the incremental approach embodied by the WHATWG specifications and the radical cleanup of XHTML proposed by the W3C. Additionally, the author gives an overview of the W3C's new Rich Client Activity.

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