Meta Content Framework
Meta Content Framework (MCF) was a specification of a content format for structuring metadata about web sites and other data. MCF was developed by Ramanathan V. Guha at Apple Computer between 1995 and 1997. When the research project was discontinued, Guha left Apple for Netscape, where he adapted MCF to use XML and created the first version of the Resource Description Framework (RDF).
- MCF Tutorial (using XML syntax)
- Innovators of the Net: R.V. Guha and RDF — Interview by Marc Andreessen with Guha, touching on MCF
- Guha MCF site
- The metacontent concept
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