RE: Great piece on RSS
They are both self-assertion (the registration information and the vendor web page). I see your point, but more and more, I see the issue as ranking and gaming a ranked position. Sure, you can sell yourself as a space tourism business, but if you sell me that and sign the contract, you better bankrupt before we get to court. On the other hand, if a group gets together and starts hyperlinking to your web page based on their perception that you are in the space tourism business, and Google sends me to your page, if you haven't asserted anything to that effect, Google is wrong. No fault IMO, but I will try to avoid Google if it lies. Your registering as such is a different issue. In short, given multple references, I will initially trust your self assertions based on the document type you assert and the contents of the document of that type. If you lie, I sue. If you deliver, I pay. It doesn't matter if I discover you based on Google or UDDI. It does matter how I integrate. len From: Paul Prescod [mailto:paul@p...] Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote: > Nothing except that it is based on self-assertion, not > heresay. What is self assertion? If I go to "uddi.microsoft.com" to get information about BEA, how is that more self assertion then if I go to bea.com to get information about BEA (as is done in standard Web architecture?).
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