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n38      Let's go back to our bookmark example. Say that one of my bn38      Let's go back to our bookmark example. Say that one of my b
>ookmark "folders" is really a pointer to my email in-box: when I >ookmark "folders" is really a pointer to my email inbox: when I o
>open that folder, voilà! All the messages that I've received over>pen that folder, voilà! All the messages that I've received over 
> night appear.>night appear.
t41      But how did that happen? The in-box "folder" was really just41      But how did that happen? The inbox "folder" was really just
>t a pointer to an Internet resource that contains more RDF that e> a pointer to an Internet resource that contains more RDF that ex
>xtends the graph. That "Internet resource" was a URI that pointed>tends the graph. That "Internet resource" was a URI that pointed 
> to a CGI script (say, <tt>http://www.mozilla.org/smart-mail/get->to a CGI script (say, <tt>http://www.mozilla.org/smart-mail/get-m
>mail.cgi?user=waterson&amp;folder=inbox</tt>). The CGI script act>ail.cgi?user=waterson&amp;folder=inbox</tt>). The CGI script actu
>ually generates <i>serialized RDF</i>, which is basically just a >ally generates <i>serialized RDF</i>, which is basically just a w
>way of formatting a graph into <a href="en/XML">XML</a>:>ay of formatting a graph into <a href="en/XML">XML</a>:

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