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At 07:22 3.11.2003, you wrote:
>It seems that putting literal values into an attribute was motivated by
>wanting ordinary browsers not to display them - browsers will normally
>display element content even for unknown element types, but will ignore
>unknown attributes. So if you wanted to embed rdf data into a web page
>and not have it displayed (so as not to confuse a humna reader),
>attributes are a convenient way to do so.
Yes. that makes sense. Is there a tecnique for linking html tag (or xml)
to external rdf document. something like
where rdf:ResourceDescription would be existing description in my.rdf
I personally think this embedding rdf data into a web page is kind of messy.
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So that I would not have to see
A beauty impossible to define
A beauty impossible to believe"
- Nick Cave (Brompton Oratory) - romanticist?
"There are lots of myths that people have around issues of beauty and
attraction, and part of the issue is to stop thinking about things in terms
of myth, but to use the tools of neuroscience, and start dissecting and
understanding how things actually function," said Dr. Hans Breiter, a
psychiatrist and co-author of the study."
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