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I work with geeks

The wife of one of my colleagues gave birth to their first child in the early hours of this morning. This was how he announced the birth on our project mailing list:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
	 <!ENTITY rdf 'http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#'>
	 <!ENTITY kb 'http://protege.stanford.edu/kb#'>
	 <!ENTITY rdfs 'http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/PR-rdf-schema-19990303#'>

<rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="&rdf;"
  <kb:Person rdf:about="&kb;Instance_1"
      kb:name="Harith Alani"
      rdfs:label="Harith Alani"/>

  <kb:Person rdf:about="&kb;Instance_2"
      kb:name="Samar Alani"
      rdfs:label="Samar Alani"/>

  <kb:Person rdf:about="&kb;Instance_3"
      kb:date_of_birth="2 November 2004"
      kb:name="something Alani"
      kb:weight="3.02 kgs"
      rdfs:label="Meriam Alani">
    <kb:has_parent rdf:resource="&kb;Instance_1"/>
    <kb:has_parent rdf:resource="&kb;Instance_2"/>

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you do indeed work with geeks,

nuff said I think

The irony is that he's by far the least geeky of my colleagues.

Congrats to Harith and Samar.

Bet you're narked that you didn't get there first. So, come the garklet, how are you going to do that?

Oh, I'm sure that I'll think of something.

Is that COAC RDF?

Child Of A Colleague

I assume so. I mailed him to ask why the values of rdfs:label and kb:name were different (were there implicit semantics that I was unaware of?), but unsurprisingly haven't had a reply...

He he he I like. Well congrats to your frend on baby tastic news.
*spits* children Yucky! :-)

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