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Yes. That's a point John Sowa makes repeatedly.
But RDF is low level. That may be a flaw in ubiquitous
application particularly since a lot of what goes on
there is replicated in the querying and business rules
middle layers of applications.
I disagree, Danny. XML is a heckuva lot easier to
explain to a business analyst than RDF. However,
in neither case should they be exposed to that
level of the system.
From: Frank Manola [mailto:email@example.com]
Specifically regarding RDF, it reinvents and/or borrows from quite
a few languages/approaches (and the specs cite many of them); starting
off with logic, which is thousands of years old (depending on who you