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Mailing List sign-up without leaving Twitter

By Paul Watson on .

If you follow my Twitter feed, you might have seen this tweet: Here's that same tweet embedded (you can click the link in the Tweet to see the tweet as it appeared to my followers): My next Art Email Newsletter will be sent in just a few days - subscribe to it without even leaving Twitter: 
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2nd draft: an idea for an alternative schema.org type for artwork

By Paul Watson on .

This is my second draft of an idea of how to mark up artwork using Schema.org (the first draft is here). Your comments and criticisms would be gratefully received. It is intended to replace both http://schema.org/Painting and http://schema.org/Sculpture (and http://schema.org/Photograph when it…

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An idea for an alternative schema.org type for artwork

By Paul Watson on .

Update (May 7, 2013): I’ve produced a slightly updated 2nd draft of this idea, which can be found here. This is my first draft of an idea of how to mark up artwork using Schema.org. It is intended to replace both http://schema.org/Painting and http://schema.org/Sculpture (and http://schema.org/Photograph…

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Semantic HTML5 with Schema.org for Paintings

By Paul Watson on .

Following up from last week’s post, I wanted to try to put some basic tutorials up for artists to show how to mark-up HTML5 to display a painting, using schema.org to provide some semantic structure. Given that there are strong differences of opinion over whether RDFa or Microdata is the best/correct…

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