Archive for April, 2005
Ted Leung says data about his attention is personal. Best I can tell, attention.xml is all about telling others (people and computers) what you think is important and interesting in your aggregator. Guess what? I just did.
WordPress changeset 2517 : add entity 2 ncr converter. :)
Curious about how high the GMail storage counter’s going, and when? Me too, but I’m lazy. Luckily, not everybody is.
Shell’s cooking up a Wordform metadata storm. Dunno if Wordform’s going to be perfect for me, but it’s sounding like it’s going to have that feel where you know it’s perfect for someone, even when it isn’t you. Looking forward to having a poke at it.
Follow along as the Between Lawyers crew decides about a Creative Commons license. I just hope they don’t wind up with metadata that claims they are licensing everything, because then I’ll reproduce it all, and end up paying off the judgement as Hylton‘s pool boy. Please, save me from that: find a way to say [...]
Jeneane lives! I doubt my holding my breath and chanting “Om mani dontthinkabout, Om mani forgetthehorror” did any good, but I’m relieved and delighted that someone who can make me scream incoherently at her about things other people have said is with us, better than ever.
It may not have ever done us much good, but the Trackback pings as an RSS feed is apparently helping out one Trackback spammer.