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From: "John Cowan" <email@example.com>
> Mark Baker scripsit:
> > Tim told me that he thought that http://www.w3.org/Consortium/
> > identified the W3C.
> Well, okay. But that URI also identifies a hyperdocument, so we haven't
> really gained anything by moving off the home page: there is the same
> old map/territory confusion.
If the above URI identified the W3C, then what gets returned via http is a
representation of the W3C. This representation may be in the form of a
hyperdocument, but it is still only a representation.
Or are you saying that (not knowing of Tim's/Mark's statement) the above URI
could just as easily be identifying the resource that is the hyperdocument,
and not the W3C itself?