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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A validator is a computer program used to check the validity or syntactical correctness of a fragment of code or document. The term is commonly used in the context of validating HTML, CSS and XML documents or RSS feeds though it can be used for any defined format or language. In HTML context, the term HTML Validator technically refers to validation using DTDs by SGML tools. However, the common (non technical) use of the term HTML Validator means to check an HTML document for various problems using some type of computerized checker, and not necessarily by using a DTD with SGML tools. Furthermore, the term HTML Validation for HTML 5 cannot mean validation using a DTD because HTML 5 does not use a DTD.
The Open Archive Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) is an interoperability framework that facilitates discovery of resources from multiple digital repositories from a single search service, known as OAI Service Provider. Even though OAI-PMH has become very popular among scholarly repositories, majority of scholarly literature still do not support it. Although this situation will keep improving, we cannot expect all the scholarly resources to be OAI-compliant at the article-level any time soon. This is especially true in case of primary resources, keeping in view that there are nearly 300,000 periodicals listed in the Ulrich's database. On the other hand, many publishers are providing metadata of their publications in disparate formats through many user-centric services, such as, email alerts, RSS feeds, and online table of contents. This work describes an experiment to bring these alternative sources of metadata into the fold of OAI-PMH so that OAI-based search index can be augmented with metadata from non-OAI-compliant resources.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The term life hack refers to productivity tricks that programmers devise and employ to cut through information overload and organize their data. The original definition of the term life hack referred to quick-and-dirty shell scripts and other command line utilities that filtered, munged and processed data streams like email and RSS feeds. Examples of these types of life hacks might include utilities to synchronize files, track tasks, remind yourself of events or filter email. As the meme spread, the definition of the term expanded. Today, anything that solves an everyday problem in a clever or non-obvious way might be called a life hack. The term became popularized in the blogosphere and is primarily used by geeks who suffer from information overload or those with a playful curiosity in the ways they can accelerate their workflow. "Life" refers to an individual's productivity, personal organization, work processes or any area the hacker ethic can be applied to solve a problem. The terms hack, hacking, and hacker have a long history of ambiguity in the computing and geek communities, particularly within the FLOSS crowds.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! RSS is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video in a standardized format. An RSS document (which is called a "feed", "web feed", or "channel") includes full or summarized text, plus metadata such as publishing dates and authorship. Web feeds benefit publishers by letting them syndicate content automatically. They benefit readers who want to subscribe to timely updates from favored websites or to aggregate feeds from many sites into one place.
Im Sommer 2000 schrieb Kevin Werbach: "As organizations beginto be constructed out of components syndicated from many otherorganizations [..]companies will routinely originate, syndicate,or distribute information". Stimmt das? Was für Güter sind das, diesich angeblich so einfach syndizieren lassen? Welche Unternehmenhaben welches Interesse daran, ihre Güter im Rahmen einerSyndizierung zur Verfügung zu stellen? Ergeben sich Auswirkungenfür die Konsumenten? Wie beeinflusst die Idee aktuelleDiskussionen, z.B. jene über die von Chris Anderson postulierte"Long-Tail-Ökonomie"? Dieses Buch versucht, Antworten darauf zufinden. Es beschäftigt sich mit den besonderen Eigenschaftendigitaler Güter und untersucht ihre Eignung für Intermediation undSyndizierung. Davor sind allerdings einige Umstände zu klären, etwazu Modularisierung, Transaktionskosten und Netzeffekten. DasInternet als Vertriebskanal steht dabei im Mittelpunkt, dort wirdzur Zeit u.a. mittels RSS-Feeds und Webserviceskräftig syndiziert.Als Konsequenz kommt es zunehmend zu der Art von"Massen-Individualisierung", wie wir sie aktuell erleben.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! An RSS editor is a software application for writing and editing RSS feeds offline (i.e. on the local computer). These applications are also often called desktop RSS editors. Usually RSS feeds are automatically generated out of databases from Content Management Systems (CMS). Some other typical sources for RSS feeds are blogs and websites like Digg. However, there are also several, manually edited RSS feeds (mostly with editorial content), which are maintained offline. After the development and creation of such feeds in an RSS editor application, the feed file is usually transmitted via FTP to the web server. Most RSS editors offer a corresponding, integrated functionality for that.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yahoo! Pipes is a web application from Yahoo! that provides a graphical user interface for building data mashups that aggregate web feeds, web pages, and other services, creating Web-based apps from various sources, and publishing those apps. The application works by enabling users to "pipe" information from different sources and then set up rules for how that content should be modified (for example, filtering). A typical example is New York Times through Flickr, a pipe which takes The New York Times RSS feed and adds a photo from Flickr based on the keywords of each item. The site is currently in beta. A Web Mashup is a Web application that combines data from more than one Web data source into a single integrated Web application. Just as Unix pipes are often used to quickly combine several different data sources but are generally not sufficient to create a useful application, Yahoo! Pipes is a data mashup tool rather than a complete Mashup editor.
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