about: There is already a lot of structured data accessible on the Web through Web 2.0 APIs such as the eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, and Google Base APIs. Compared to these APIs, Linked Data has the advantage of providing a single, standardized access mechanism instead of relying on diverse interfaces and result formats.
about: This document describes the structure, content, construction, and semantics of language tags for use in cases where it is desirable to indicate the language used in an information object. It also describes how to register values for use in language tags and the creation of user-defined extensions for private interchange. This document, in combination with RFC 4647, replaces RFC 3066, which RFC 1766.
about: This is a step-by-step tutorial guide for implementing OpenID consumer-side support with a web site that already has users with accounts. It will explain how to easily let new users sign up for an account on your site using their OpenID URL and how to let existing users attach their OpenID(s) so they can sign in using them.
about: Expiry is a Pain. If you could somehow avoid expiring all the ‘stuff’ you’re caching, your life would be much much easier. The key to getting away with this is to pick a key which completely encapsulates the resource you’re caching, and also ensures that if anything relevant changes, the key changes.
about: The Planet I18n aggregates posts from various blogs that talk about Web internationalization (i18n). While it is hosted by the W3C Internationalization Activity, the content of the individual entries represent only the opinion of their respective authors and does not reflect the position of the Internationalization Activity.
about: Google Docs has most of the regular shortcuts used in word processors (copy, paste, cut, select all, save, undo, bold, italics, underline, for example, use Ctrl-C, V, X, A, S, Z, B, I, and U, respectively), but here are some of the more useful of the rest: