Category: intertwingularity

So, Today I had an Interview, and it went well, and I hope to get the job, and stuff. But on to the more important stuff. Various people have been talking about a new format for syndicating and interacting with…

Kevin My ex-sysadmin (to be credited with getting me off IIS-based hosting, leading to the ability to use PHP and do all the wonderful things you see before you) has proven his elite coding skillz once again with the release…

This entry is going to be very geeky for about four paragraphs, and then be actually useful to non-geeky people Do you know what’s fun? Syndication. Syndication is always fun. It’s one of those topics that never ceases to enlighten,…

There is now a perl module for ESF. Yet MT(Moveable Type) still can’t do it.

So, I’ve been playing with BitTorrent. BitTorrent works like this: Someone (Alice) creates a hash (called a Torrent) of a file which has an announce-tracker built in. (Alice) then runs the BT(BitTorrent) client with the torrent, which downloads this file…

Um. Someone has proposed a Perl Module for ESF. Golly

Originally posted to Alt.Fan.Pratchett . No. The future is not XML for presentation, the future is – or should be – XML for storage, and appropriate formats for presentation. Right now, that means HTML4 + CSS for web, HTML4 +…

Data is fun. One of the nicest things you can do to a programmer like me is give him (or her) a pile of data in a nice format that is easily extractable, and tell him (or her) to go…

Paul has been adding things to his RSS feed. More specifically, he now has the <comments> attribute. I’ve followed suit (in the RSS 2 feeds) as of just now. The only reason I hadn’t done it before was that I…

So this is what we find. In the last days of March 2003, nobody could have imagined that forces beyond the imagination of average were conspiring to make Aquarion Kael D’Blue’s life more complicated than necessary. Necessary, in this case,…