Re: [NH] URI Vs. URL
- Looking for something else I just stumbled on this explanation. I thought
it was funny.
"URL or URI?
Although most Web authors are familiar with the acronym URL, which stands
for uniform resource locator, the term URI isn't as common. URI stands for
uniform resource identifier. The primary difference is that whereas a URL
must point to a resource on the Web, a URI does not have this restriction.
However, URIs must be unique. An analogy would be the word "heaven." It may
or may not have a physical location, but either way it describes a unique