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Subject: Re: more: Re: Tag Languages, UID's etc.
Message text written by "William J. Kammerer" > "Humans like short string pairs - that old two, five and seven rule." Humans like words better, so in the perennial address example we could more easily use the BSR Semantic Unit Names: <<<<<<<<< Not what I had in mind - remember the Army invented acronymns - and tying us to BSR SUN's or anything else is too restrictive. Simple short classification values work. People within industries are all to familiar with all of their own sets. I used to be against all that, but I learned that humans love the use and being able to know that a 'bee-ten-seventy-nine needs a cee-nine-seventy series flang'. Unintelligence - like democracy - is in the eye of the beholder. There's actually alot of intelligence you can build into these things - but its best to let people decide on their own best-local-practices - and for us to merely suggest guidelines and specifications that will cover as broad a range of use patterns as we can. Simple and sophisticated can often be mistaken for un-intelligent ; -> Thanks, DW.
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