This site contains a collection of pointers to (currently 216) resources on the Web. The resources are grouped together to various categories which themselves are bundled to the following pages:

If you want all resources at once you can take a look at the page for all resources at a glance. You may be interested in the category hierarchy too. It is also possible to access all resources as RDF.

This site results from a private project that was aimed to collect my personal bookmarks and make them available for others (I was annoyed by frequently losing my bookmarks because of messy software installations, furthermore different Web-Browsers can't share bookmarks, can they?). And this way I have my bookmarks handy (almost) everywhere.

New resources are added frequently. There are by far more comprehensive sites dealing with XML than this one on the Web (e.g. see the XML Cover Pages). Nevertheless I think this one here is valuable, not at least because of its selected collection.

This site has been built using exclusively RDF, XML and XSLT.

Since this a private site I feel free to promote a publication I was recently involved in:
M. Schrefl, M. Bernauer: Active XML Schemas. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Data Semantics in Web Information Systems, in conjunction with the 20th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Yokohama, Japan, 2001. (Abstract, Slides).

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created 12.08.2002 17:16:45