Yahoo raises the bar for search APIs by as much as GMail raised the bar for web mail.
Archive for February, 2005
Dori asks, “Is printing evil?”
Andy points out signs of Yahoo’s answer to AdSense. I found the “contextual” ads on this post awful, two for Players cigarettes and one for Players underwear, but with ypn-js.overture.com in my hosts file they look just as good as AdSense: invisible.
Anne thinks too much about how a main feed isn’t an alernate for an individual entry. Too much thinking hurts your head, and your users. I don’t recommend it.
Yoz draws his line. 1. Understood 2. Manual 3. Not redistributed. Sounds good to me.
When Jim Kloss talks about ‘casting (pod or web), you really need to listen: he’s been doing it since long before it was invented.
A selection of bookmarklets that I’m using to think about the Google Toolbar AutoLink feature.
Who owns blog comments? :: Reasonable Man : he’s not your lawyer, but he is a lawyer, which means you should pay attention.
Anil’s a Kottke.org micropatron, and even if he doesn’t have much time to write these days, still has his chops.
Get yourself some Firefox 1.0.1 : you know its good if they even fixed my security bug.