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The Giant Global Graph is an excellent perspective on how we can consider diverse pieces of Web infrastructure as a conceptual whole. The Web, when augmented with RDF's graph model, provides an interconnected system. The resources on the semantic Web are interconnected through logical predicates, but this layer exists on top of the coupling offered by the link, as built into the Web since day one. Resources can be identified with URIs designed for HTTP, and the primary Web mechanism is that of using HTTP to get representations of those resources.