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> Mark Baker scripsit:
> > The W3C has identity, as does its web page. So both are resources, and
> > can therefore be identified by URIs.
> Fair enough. But what is the URI that refers to the W3C, and how
> do we know?
We ask them! Or alternately, they use some language (RDF or whatever)
returned over a GET to assert what http://www.w3.org identifies.
> I don't undersstand this. Do HTTP semantics apply to URIs that do
> not respond to the HTTP protocol?
Mark Baker, Chief Science Officer, Planetfred, Inc.
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA. firstname.lastname@example.org