Mark Nottingham created RSS History, in order to help distinguish the various ways in which an RSS feed can be interpreted. A very useful feature, for sure, but I think I have a better idea about how to do it. If you think of a blog in terms of one agent receiving a compound document… Read More »
Doug Kaye finds an article about the struggles that Web services are having in getting uptake, at least as reported by CIOs. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to any reader of my blog, given some of my past predictions, but frankly I wasn’t expecting it to be as grim as this suggests; hype can… Read More »
Dan Brickley finds a wrapper for wget called wget.pl, which adds Etag support to wget, making for a much more network-friendly Blagg/Blosxom aggregator combo.
Argh, I forgot to s/eth0/ppp0/ my firewall ruleset after the switch to PPPoE. That explains a few things (such as why I’m the only one accessing my Web server 8-). Sigh.
One house move, two ISPs, and three line card swaps later, an IP packet finally graces the new Chez Baker. I first got 2.2M/1.1M ADSL ethernet service back in April of 1998. Five years later, the best I can do is 1.3M/160K PPPoE, albeit for about half the price.
Don Park writes OASIS is now looking at a lionshare of key specs that will dominate the Internet and intranets in the near future. Compared to them, W3C is looking pretty devastated [with disinterest and hopeless dreams] at this point. I’ve heard that from a number of people over the past couple of years, but… Read More »