This is a follow-up to the video we released two weeks ago about the Semantic Web. The World Wide Web Consortium is working on a standard way to mark up semantics in XHTML called RDFa. We are heavily involved in RDFa development and believe it to be the right technology to express semantics on the web. This talk focuses on explaining the basics of RDFa in 8 minutes. It is meant primarily for people that can write XHTML by hand and is thus fairly technical.
The video covers many new technologies that will go mainstream in XHTML 1 and XHTML 2 in the following years; RDF, CURIEs, N3 Notation, and the basics of RDFa are discussed.