Workbench: BitTorrent Created to Enable Piracy

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I wonder if Tim Berners-Lee is checking with his lawyers?
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Same sex marriage law passes

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Canada rules!
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Smalltalk Tidbits, Industry Rants: Sun plays buzzword bingo

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“At this point, I distrust any announcement that has the term “SOA” anywhere in it…” +1. Sun’s running out of cash to fund its turn-around. This won’t help.
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What is Web 2.0?

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Danny observes that nobody seems to know.

One things seems clear though; it doesn’t include WS-*. That’s a shame – not because the Web needs WS-* (it doesn’t), but because Web services could have easily become part of the Web, rather than trying to reinvent it.

Behaviour

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Some people are pointing to Behaviour, an approach to scripted Web development where one uses CSS selectors as binding points for scripts.

Great idea! I wonder why nobody thought of this before … like, say, in 1998. 8-)

That’s absolutely no criticism of this new effort though, especially as code is provided to make it easier for developers to follow the approach. Bravo!

Web page as contract

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My view on the GMail/Greasemonkey breakage fiasco
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Registries are hot?

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Apparently!
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PaceCollectionProcess – Atom Wiki

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My first Atom Pace. I’m so proud. 8-)
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Yahoo Careers; Technical Yahoo

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“Do you know the difference between REST, SOAP, and MOM”? Well, do you?
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Identical Principles, Higher Layers: Modeling Web Services as Protocol Stack

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Interesting paper by the late Mario Jeckle. It’s the first time I’ve seen somebody say explicitly that HTTP is a layer 5/6 protocol. That’s wrong, of course; it’s layer 7.
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