The following is an example tag that could be "minted" by a user to indicate authorship of a resource on the World Wide Web. The semantics of Tag URI do not require the user to currently have ownership of the Hostname upon which the tag is based, due to the date qualifier:
The following example is a similar tag minted to indicate the name of the pet gerbil of the same user. Note that the semantics of Tag URI do not require the tagged entity to be accessible electronically:
This demonstrates that the Tag URI scheme can be used to tag any entity, object or concept.
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