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On 8/3/15 2:46 AM, Thomas Berger wrote:
> We'll probably have to do both in even more situations than before
> (links becoming more important while the text form still being
> indispensable as proof of evidence for many applications),
> since the two ways of expressing the fact are complimentary
> and by no means full substitutes of each other. Thus it will be
> crucial to never lose the connection between the two for a given
> instance, i.e. having seemingly independent series "statements"
> and series "links".

Why? Every "thing" in RDF can have display forms -- what is the series 
statement but a display form of the series information? We should assume 
that everything that has an identifier also has a display for humans.

kc

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