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And we won't unless signifier and signified have at
least one referent.
A URI is always dereferenceable. The improvement
made to hypermedia systems by the web architecture was
to admit that an error message is a valid referent.
A URI resource is the zero of web notation.
From: John Cowan [mailto: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.