Miles Sabin scripsit: > As far as network protocols and software are concerned, abstract > Resources do no work at all. What matters in a retrieval context is > that there be a functioning server that's capable of returning a > response, maybe with a response entity, maybe without. Cash registers don't really add up the prices of items bought, they only grind their gears. But they don't really grind their gears either, they only obey the laws of physics. It's always possible to eliminate abstractions from a description of practice. -- "No, John. I want formats that are actually John Cowan useful, rather than over-featured megaliths that http://www.ccil.org/~cowan address all questions by piling on ridiculous http://www.reutershealth.com internal links in forms which are hideously jcowan@r... over-complex." --Simon St. Laurent on xml-dev
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