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- Subject: Re: Issues with XML and Semantic Web ?
- From: Jason Aaron Osgood <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 09:35:50 -0700 (PDT)
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Claude L. (Len) Bullard-
Congratulations! You've been honored with a Quote of the Day on Cafe
con Leche . This time its about something called an "upper
ontology". I admit that I have no idea what that means. But it
certainly sounds cool!
Having just read your original message , I feel compelled to verify
that I followed the gist of your philosophy.
- Ontologies are tools. Tools can be useful. Tools work as designed.
Unless they don't. And sometimes a new use for a tool is discovered.
- Rules too can be useful. Except when they're not. Follow the rules.
Or not. You decide.
- Decision making can sometimes be automated. Which can get expensive.
Either way, be sure to get it right.
Did I miss anything?
Cheers, Jason Aaron Osgood / Seattle WA
 Issues with XML and Semantic Web ?