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Editors' Newswire for 25 March, 2003
23:59, 25 Mar 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 25 March, 2003.

RDF is like a monkey wrench?
Sean McGrath's conversation-starting essay on the price that abstractions such as RDF triples impose in return for their benefits for complexity management

Re: Editors' Newswire for 25 March, 2003 (The Seven Faces of Dr. Lao - 00:31, 27 Mar 2003)

The monkeys only can introdurrsi the key of the monkey. Without doubt to such purpose. The monkeys eat bananas. It is carried out, simply, simply... like that one is that entire life for the monkeys. The bananas have been produced from the monkeys? Not obviously. If we have the taste to cause to the kinds the other banana the relative one monkey suggests the good tests of verification, in order to mark, than they cannot. It directly in the relative point. The council of only latta in order to eat or to cause those, when you have wished to support them with a reunion, the Obacht in if-obtains interfered, if they speak, in the not intelligent time of order bananas, if only eaten.

Re: Editors' Newswire for 25 March, 2003 (PDF - 20:05, 26 Mar 2003)

Monkeys can only imagine monkey's wrench. No doubt about that. Monkeys eat bananas. It's funny, simple, easy, ... such is the whole life for monkeys. Have bananas been created by monkeys ? Obviously not. If we like to create other banana's types, your paper proposes good criteria to identify who can not. You right on your point. I can only advice that when you'd like to attend a meeting, care wheter they will talk about eating or creating bananas. Don't wise time if you're eating only.

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