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> ASSERTION #8
> Information on the hidden Web has limited availability.
> ASSERTION #9
> Information on the visible Web has wide availability. (There are a
> billion Internet users. Potentially each of them could use information
> that is on the visible Web.)
> ASSERTION #10
> Your information is most valuable when available on the visible Web.
> ASSERTION #11
> Web services are part of the hidden Web, and thus obsessing over their
> nature (e.g., SOAP versus REST) is not valuable.
> ASSERTION #12
> For maximum impact, focus your main efforts on making information
> available on the visible Web.
my .02 €
Well information can have negative value, so substract kngement from
you. The more the noise visible internet have, the less usefull will
Theres also stuff that is valuable because is rare. Gold, Gems, are
good examples. A single website with a rare XYZ can be much more
valuable than zimbillions of websites with XYZ.
Example: a fresh (original) photo of paris no one know.
> Re: Why is there little usage of XML on the "visible Web"?
people dont use XSLT > people that use XSLT
People that dont use XSLT:
* Wisiwyg designers (Dreamweaver/Frontpage) that dont need/dont
use/dont undertand XSLT
* PHP programmers already have a template engine: <? PHP ?>
People that use XSLT:
* Savy people.
* Java guys with amazing technologies (maybe overengineered)
* OSS people doing manuals with docbook