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Michael Kay rocks (check out his books, if you're doing anything with XSLT): http://www.stylusstudio.com/xsllist/200403/post30310.html

And attributes don't inherit the namespaces of their containing element by default. They only have namespaces if they have their own namespace prefix (which I don't think I've ever seen in practice). So if you had this XML:
<demo xmlns:foo='foo URI'><foo:box contents='zombie cat'/></demo>

and you wanted to find out what was in the box, you'd add foo and its URI to your namespace manager and get /demo/foo:box/@contents. Only with this XML:
<demo xmlns:foo='foo URI'><foo:box foo:contents='zombie cat'/></demo>

would you need to specify the attribute's namespace: /demo/foo:box/@foo:contents.
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