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> > That's all the Web does. Ship descriptions (formally known as
> > representations) of resources around. It does not move resources.
> Absolutely. But a person is not a hyperdocument, even if they may
> sometimes share the same representations. In an RDF sense, they
> can't be identified. But in a topic map sense, the document can
I don't understand this -- why is it not possible to identify a person
in an RDF sense? A URN is just a name; just like "John Cowan" and
"mailto:email@example.com" are adequate ways to identify you for
anyone on the mailing list who wants to refer to you.