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   Re: [xml-dev] The perils of P18S (was Re: [xml-dev] Why RDF is hard )

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> > As such, I tend to see the ecent RDF-bashing as PC.  You seem to think
> of
> > RDF itself as PC.  See what I mean?  The term is useless.  Leave it
> among
> > the drags of unimaginative political punditry, where it belongs.
> Uche,
> You are confusing Common Sense with Political Correctness.  RDF is
> butt-ugly, confusing, and useless in its current form.  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. 

That's what I mean by "content free".  You are entitled to your opinion, but 
unencumbered as this one of yours is with even a hint of logical merit, I 
shall wave it off and proceed to useful work.

I do want to mention that "PC" is as much subject to Godwin's law as "nazi" or 

Uche Ogbuji                                    Fourthought, Inc.
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