Edd's latest XML-Deviant covers quite a few posts around the service space, notably some of mnot's recent material ( mentioned here the other day). One quote I missed, from Bill de hOra, intersects nicely with my own take on the stuff:
Really where RDF could have significant impact is not swapping out the XML stack, but in the business logic and mapping rules we're been busy embedding into in-systems programming languages for the last two decades - in that sense it aligns nicely with data-directed languages like Schematron, SQL, and from way back Prolog (before it got tarnished with the AI brush).
(spotter: . Andrew Newman)
Hey ho. As Edd says While the vacation of all things XML continues, those eager RDF folks are still hard at work. Wish I could have gone camping.[Danny]