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> After years of
>TimBL and W3C pitching RDF hard, I have yet to see a single successful
>application of RDF that couldn't be done without RDF.
I'm not a proponent of RDF or anything, but I've never really been able
to understand this argument, after all, most successful applications
that we see built with one particular technology could just as well have
been built with another. The question is not whether one has seen a
single successful application of RDF that couldn't be done without RDF
but whether one has seen such an application done better with RDF than
could be easily done without.
I'm not saying I have or anything.