Autodiscovery for PGP public keys.
Archive for February, 2004
I’m only going to say this two hundred thousand more times: Born In The USA is not a patriotic song, and should never be used by Republicans for anything ever again.
weblogs.com good, wblogs.com bad; blogstudio.com good, blogstudio.net bad; blogspot.com good, bllogspot.com bad
A resurrection of a tab and bookmark dump in progress that was eaten by a BSOD. I was a lot funnier the last time. Presenting GRDDL and XHTML and RDF Your Trackback RDF, that you hoped would someday come out of the comments, and be useful as RDF, instead of just awkwardly phrased comments that […]
Far too many words thrown at the fact that verifying a weblogger’s PGP-signed comment with a key from a keyserver tells you nothing much at all.
Jon Udell wants you to change the way you write. Me, I just want you to write another sentence or two.
Work for Yahoo! building a crawler that can sign up for user accounts on its own? Cool!
“User-agent: googlebot Disallow: /” On Blog*Spot? Seem a little odd.
Bug. Patch. Can’t use patches? That’s a shame. Incomprehensible as it can be, there are a lot of things Unix got right, and diff and patch are two huge ones. If I need to tell you how to change two lines in a file to fix something, I can either save a copy before I […]
That comment? The one where you followed the link, and it looked like a weblog? Look again, at the source of the page.