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RE: The perils of P18S (was Re: Why RDF is hard )


RE:  The perils of P18S (was Re:  Why RDF is hard )
the only app I've seen using RDF is Mozilla, but I lead a sheltered life. Can
you cite me some others, please?

At 19/11/2002 10:27:07, "Danny Ayers" <danny666@v...> wrote:
#  I have yet to see an XML application that couldn't be done without XML, so
#  that argument isn't particularly strong. The point is that in the same way a
#  lot of applications are considerably easier to implement using XML, quite a
#  few applications are considerably easier with RDF, and such practical
#  applications are now popping up all over the place.

Roger



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