Schema.org is a collaborative effort involving the main web search engines. It aims to develop and promote the use of a shared vocabulary to help search engines understand the information on web pages and provide richer search results.
A longer blog post, with examples and diagrams, is available on the schema.org blog.
Weeknotes #163 from IRFS - Linked open data and future directions
Building an open source Web component for audio waveform visualisation and interaction
A day at the Unrulyversity, getting ready for the Speakerthon, a long-awaited schema/org addition, and more from weeknotes #162 of the Internet Research and Future Services team.
Organising speakerthons, packaging language processing workflows in Comma, a VistaTV hackday, Radiodan and IRFS people around the world in two weeks worth of weeknotes
R&D hosts 300 Seconds, a set of lightning talks for the digital community, all given by women.
An open event to upload Radio 4 voice samples to Wikimedia
Did you like choosing which set of fans you could listen to during a match?
Notifying artists whenever their music is played on BBC Radio