Microdata and RDFa Living Together in Harmony from Jeni’s Musings is valuable reading for anyone interested in the semantic web. It’s a long article full of fine-grained suggestions. She concludes,
Regardless, there are lessons that RDFa and microdata could learn from each other, and changes to both languages that would help developers use them on their own, switch between them and mix them in the same document. I expect and welcome debate about the viability and effectiveness of the changes and guidelines that I’ve suggested here.
Public discussion of Jeni’s post is on Google+ as well as her blog.
A matter of protocol talks about protocol relative URIs. From Adactio.
Back to School | What is inclusion?
Who’s Validating the Validators talks about the damage that invalid embed code picked up from 3rd party sites as content does to the Internet.
Chris at CSS Tricks has a great post in Little CSS Stuff Newcomers Get Confused About.
Bing Brings it On (RFDa, that is) at Semantic Web:
Bing webmaster help site that indicates Microsoft wants to play nice with whatever markup approach webmasters want to implement – microdata, microformats, or RDFa. The site mark-up overview on the page referenced says that Bing’s “crawlers do not prefer one specification over another. It’s entirely up to you to decide which of the supported specifications best fits your data.”
Contrast that with Google’s initial commentary about the schema.org structured data markup schema.
If Expression Engine is your thing, or if you want to learn it, check out this series of EE Podcasts from Emily Lewis and Lea Alcantara.
Snow Leopard Assistive Technology Compatibility List is a very helpful compilation of what works and what doesn’t work on Snow Leopard. From ATMac.
There are so many posts about HTML 5 and RDFa flying around these days that it’s hard to keep up with them all. But here’s one that takes a different approach, Burningbird’s Maxwell’s Silver Hammer: RDFa and HTML5’s Microdata.
Wendy Chisholm chimes in with What I’m Watching about HTML 5.
Adobe Flash Accessiblity: Best Practices is must reading for anyone teaching or using Flash. From Erik Johnson at Six Revisions.
FatDUX has 20 tips for writing for the web that are a great lesson for beginners and a good reminder for the folks who’ve been at it a while.