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Ideas for promoting and selling art, music, and writing, using long tail economics, and the new internet business models available for artists, writers and musicians, from artist Paul Watson.

2nd draft: an idea for an alternative schema.org type for artwork

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UPDATE: Schema.org/VisualArtwork has now been officially accepted. Details are available in a series of 3 posts: Schema.org’s VisualArtwork launched Mapping existing data stored in VRA Core 4 format to schema.org’s VisualArtwork Getty AAT Linked Open Data in schema.org’s VisualArtwork This…

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An idea for an alternative schema.org type for artwork

By Paul Watson on .

UPDATE: Schema.org/VisualArtwork has now been officially accepted. Details are available in a series of 3 posts: Schema.org’s VisualArtwork launched Mapping existing data stored in VRA Core 4 format to schema.org’s VisualArtwork Getty AAT Linked Open Data in schema.org’s VisualArtwork This…

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Semantic HTML5 with Schema.org for Paintings

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UPDATE: Schema.org/VisualArtwork has now been officially accepted. Details are available in a series of 3 posts: Schema.org’s VisualArtwork launched Mapping existing data stored in VRA Core 4 format to schema.org’s VisualArtwork Getty AAT Linked Open Data in schema.org’s VisualArtwork Following…

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Semantic HTML for artwork – can you help?

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UPDATE: Schema.org/VisualArtwork has now been officially accepted. Details are available in a series of 3 posts: Schema.org’s VisualArtwork launched Mapping existing data stored in VRA Core 4 format to schema.org’s VisualArtwork Getty AAT Linked Open Data in schema.org’s VisualArtwork (Kicking…

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Make something first, then worry about marketing

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Ariana Osborne is credited as “Chief Mechanic” on the FreakAngels(1) web-comic/graphic novel series (written by Warren Ellis, artwork by Paul Duffield). In practice it seems that this means she’s the web designer/maintainer and general “make the crazy idea work in practice” person. One…

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On Promoting Interstitial Art

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As I’ve been working on The Book of the Erinyes I’ve been trying to work out who it’s likely to appeal to. The problem is that it doesn’t fit comfortably in any one area. It sits between art and craft, between bookbinding and book art, between mainstream and underground. It’s art made…

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