So there are a couple of great RDF browser out there already such as Tabulator and ODE or VisiNav, but what I haven’t seen so far is what I call inline-browsing. The before mentioned browsers all more or less take the entire RDF graph and render some sort of tabular or other view (time line, map, etc.).
However, RDFa gives you the possibility to take the context of an RDF statement into account. Take for example a longish FOAF document. The HTML structure already gives you a nice hint where what is discussed. You might be only interested in the social network one has or the contact details. This contextual information is lost when one switches over to the pure, global RDF view.
Well, last Sunday I sat down and hacked – as a proof of concept – lidaman, an inline linked data browser for RDFa. You can integrate it into your site using the source or install the bookmarklet and play around in the sandbox. Looks like following, then: