Give Yourself a URI  

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A lot of people have published data about themselves without using a URI for themselves. This means I can't refer to them in other data. So please take a minute to give yourself a URI. If you have a FOAF page, you may just have to add rdf:about="" and voila you have a URI: http://example.com/Alan/foaf.rdf#ABC. (I suggest you use your initials for the last bit). -- Tim Berners-Lee (TwitterID: @timberners_lee).

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  • A lot of people have published data about themselves without using a URI for themselves. This means I can't refer to them in other data. So please take a minute to give yourself a URI. If you have a FOAF page, you may just have to add rdf:about="" and voila you have a URI: http://example.com/Alan/foaf.rdf#ABC. (I suggest you use your initials for the last bit). -- Tim Berners-Lee (TwitterID: @timberners_lee).
  • Meaning: Get Yourself an HTTP URI [Hyperlink] that functions as your Name on the World Wide Web Network. Look at what giving Names to Computers has done for the Internet [via DNS], same thing in regards to giving Names to Documents on the World Wide Web [via HTTP URLs based Hyperlinks], so why now have a name that identifies you, unambiguously [via an HTTP URI based Hyperlink]? --- Kingsley Idehen (TwitterID: @kidehen)
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