That’s very simple:
- Determine where you want to store a collection of RDF sentences e.g., a Solid Pod
- Obtain the URI for each book
- Write a sentence indicating that you’ve read, like, or own a given book.
Here’s an example using RDF-Turtle and a deployment pattern called Nanotation that turns my example into live Linked Data via the OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) browser extension (available for Web Extensions compliant Browsers e.g., Chrome, Edge, Opera, Brave etc… and Firefox).
@prefix like: <http://ontologi.es/like#> .
@prefix schema: <http://schema.org/> .
@prefix kidehen: <https://solid.openlinksw.com:8444/profile/card#> .
@prefix weaving-web: <https://www.amazon.com/Weaving-Web-Original-Ultimate-Destiny/dp/006251587X/#> .
@prefix : <#> .
kidehen:me like:likes weaving-web:book ;
:read weaving-web:book ;
schema:owns weaving-web:book .
Here’s a screenshot of what’s revealed in your browser, courtesy of OSDS.
In addition, OSDS is a Solid-compliant application that provides a “Save As” feature for saving RDF to Solid Pods, subject to WebACLS configured for said pods.
One you save your RDF statements about your book to a Solid Pod the process of building your Federated Book Information Sharing Platform has pretty much begun. Getting more of your friends, family, and acquaintances to do the same simply builds a Web around this information, courtesy of RDF statements constructed using Linked Data principles.