Hello y’all! I don’t want to foolishly head down a road of poor-thoughtoutness. I’ve done that. It can teach you a lot, and failure is important, but I’d much rather know were I’m headed and why I’m doing what I’m doing this time. This is what it looked like last time.
With that in mind, I’m sharing what I’m working on and requesting feedback before I keep on keeping on.
Project: Make a database/interface for my comic book collection akin to
So here’s my big question (and I openly submit that as a total linked data newbie, it’s an ignorant one…)
I can put data into RDF, I can then transform it into HTML for web viewing, but then it’s not in linked triples anymore. My fundamental question is, how do you do both? Does it fulfill linked data requirements if I just have a human readable interface of HTML/CSS with RDFa attributes inside those HTML elements?
I’m genuinely asking here — This is a project intended to better help me understand how to create linked data, and then use it on the actual web. Does what I’ve laid out sound like a correct way of doing that?