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11/4/2002 2:48:17 PM, "Danny Ayers" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I'm sure there are plenty of other examples (like Mozilla and the thousands
>of RSS 1.0 syndicated feeds...).
Thanks for the factlets ...
As for Mozilla (dmoz.org?) and RSS 1.0, to what extent are these simply XML
formats that just happen to be RDF-friendly, as far as most users
are concerned? In other words, what can I do with RSS 1.0 or dmoz.org
data because it is RDF? (Please don't say "use any RDF tool to process
it" :-) I don't have no stinkin' RDF tools around because I can't think of
anything useful to do with them!... I'm asking what concrete
applications/ontologies/whatever can be brought to bear on these specific