Metadata or Meta is used by webpages and websites to specifically classify the Internet resource. Metadata schemas also permit encryption and cloud-based or blockchain based data sources to be identified properly from anywhere on the planet in any language.
Globcal International uses different types of metadata to classify our Internet resource, products we provide, services and our organization so that it can be utilized and properly listed by a broad-range of providers, catalogs, databases and entities through the proper use of best practices and good policies that are standardized globally. The proper development and implementation of metadata is like a webpage's or website's fingerprint that cannot be forged or copied.
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Metadata is "data that provides information about other data". Two types of metadata exist: structural metadata and descriptive metadata. Structural metadata is data about the containers of data. Descriptive metadata uses individual instances of application data or the data content.
Metadata was traditionally used in the card catalogs of libraries. As information has become increasingly digital, metadata is also used to describe digital data using metadata standards specific to a particular discipline. Describing the contents and context of data or data files increases their usefulness. For example, a web page may include metadata specifying what language the page is written in, what tools were used to create it, and where to find more information about the subject; this metadata can automatically improve the reader's experience.
The main purpose of metadata is to facilitate in the discovery of relevant information, more often classified as resource discovery. Metadata also helps organize electronic resources, provide digital identification, and helps support archiving and preservation of the resource. Metadata assists in resource discovery by "allowing resources to be found by relevant criteria, identifying resources, bringing similar resources together, distinguishing dissimilar resources, and giving location information."
Globcal International uses metadata fields in all of its websites, web pages, profile pages, contact page, about page, and other pages listed appropriately under the schema.org standard, which potentially includes a way of describing nearly everything under the sun including the trees in the forest and the fish in the sea. Basically for now however we are just beginning to embrace this technology which apparently has become the base element for creating reality for Google, Bing and all other information providers. The metadata used by a page determines its legitimacy, trust factor, a companies time in business, the number of employees and it can be used to determine an individuals personal identity as well.
Our organization will begin using a combination of standards and new innovations like Bitnation, Schema, W3C, OGP, PGP, and many other localized corporate solutions to catalog and vitalize individual program members using 'vetted and well-formed' claims-based identity profiles complete with 27-33 step process that is available through Globcal International as an open-source do-it-yourself program beginning on July 01, 2016.
To implement and propose the concepts of our sovereign human reality (realization) we must apply ourselves and subscribe to divine, spiritual, natural, and reality based organic claims-based identity combined with your genuine transparent fully documented digital footprint. For this reason we can only offer our program under the legal ideals and conditions we propose to acquire our special metadata based credentials as a global citizen.
Currently the Globcal International Webmaster is currently using over 70 different web based technologies on the website, of those 60 depend on metadata and 10 function based solely on the existence of well-placed and well-developed metadata. The search engines then determine what is good and bad metadata based on whether or not they can read or interpret it, complex metadata can create invisibility (a hidden existence) as much as manifest reality.
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