Stephen nails it. The Semantic Web should be simple to implement, simple to understand and it should be simple to find out the specs. This is not easy but nothing worthwhile is!
Here is some gospel: if you can't do it simply, with a simple text-editor, a web server and a standard browser, it's broken.
More gospel: if you can't say what you want to say with it, it's broken.
A Third Gospel: if you can't link, it's broken.
A Fourth Gospel: if you can't find it, it doesn't exist.