Maybe, just maybe, TypeKey isn’t really about authentication, so much as a way to make comment moderation actually work.
Archive for March, 2004
Dave Winer may be throwing rocks at SixApart, but this time he’s got all the windows in his house wide open.
Please, sir, may I have a country where our best and bravest don’t spend quite so much time thinking about how much they wish they could leave?
How can a program say “that’s valid, but you need to think about whether this is right” in a way that will make you pay attention?
Either my biological clock’s ticking, or Benjamin Arthur Dunfee Hall’s one hell of a smart-looking baby.
Desktop wallpaper-sized shots from the always-brilliant creator of the Sensitive Light photoblog.
I know people by names, not by cute or totemic names for their things. So, would you be so kind as to include your name in your feed title or description, so that repetition will eventually pound it into my thick skull? Just seeing it in your copyright statement at the bottom of the page the rare times when I leave my aggregator isn’t quite enough.
What I need is more frequent browser crashes, so the tabs wouldn’t build up to the point where I have to blog them.
One of the things that Atom gets right (so far, at least) is separating the idea of a summary from the content of the post. Stripping the (X)HTML from the first few characters of a post, and then claiming that it’s XHTML with significant whitespace isn’t how to do it, though.
I say title-body-excerpt-category, you say body-keywords, let’s call the whole thing a pref.