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   Re: [xml-dev] RDF Interpretation of XML documents (was Re: [xml-d

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> John Cowan writes:
> > 3) Eschew mixed content.
> Is this an absolute must for such RDF interpretation?
> It really seems to highlight that RDF and XML are different planets.

RDF is for metadata.  XML has strong use in content.  Different uses is not 
the same thing as different planets.  You use Java and you also use XML.  By 
this odd analogy, I wonder how you manage to do both, given that 
interplanetary travel is very expensive yet.

Uche Ogbuji                                    Fourthought, Inc.
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