RDF site maps back up
Daniel B. Austin
daniela at cnet.com
Sat Sep 12 05:01:52 BST 1998
The CNET RDF maps are now available for the RDF-unfortified
at http://www.cnet.com/RDF/index.html. You can look at the files
even if they don't display directly in your browser.
The files can be viewed directly in Mozilla
(Netscape Navigator 5.0), providing a useful and visually intuitive
site map for CNET sites.
You can try it yourself if you dare:
Thanks to all who noted the error!
At 11:17 PM 9/11/98, you wrote:
>At 14:04 11/09/98 -0700, Daniel B. Austin wrote:
>>Hi fellow XML-ers,
>>> This is the first 'real' non-textual XML file I have
>>> downloaded from an
>>> 'unknown' site and I'm delighted with how it all works.
>> I'd like to point out that there are some other XML files online. In fact,
>>CNET has RDF site maps for all of its sites available at:
>I got 'this page does not exist' - any revised address?
>BTW the reasons I'm keen on finding these files is that I want to try to
>create a 'browser' that does as much as possible to process the 'average
>XML file on the WWW'. Yes - I know that's stupid - but apart from MathML
>and CML it's working so far.
>Peter Murray-Rust, Director Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, domestic
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