I start to become really interesting when we use these technologies to improve things. I am still not sure people will like the command line nature, but at least I will be a happy user. This is the setting: I'm blogging about some chemistry, like to add an InChI (or InChIKey) and add that cool sechemtic markup people have been blogging about, but I do not know (or want to know) the HTML details for that.
Well, no worries, no more. Here comes sechemtic-inchi (installer here)!
I type in the InChI I want in my blog (example showing that of methane):
And, I select the InChI:
After which I hit the Ubiquity shortcut (ALT-SPACE on Linux) and I type sechemtic-inchi:
And, viola, there is my RDFa HTML code for chemistry:
Now, with only minor amounts of fantasy, you can imagine where this is going: SMILES, InChiKey, etc, etc. Hook it up with chemistry webservices to autoconvert SMILES to InChIKeys, and Bob's your uncle.