Monthly Archives: September 2005

Shackled

In a comment on a pro-REST, anti-SOA post, this gem; REST has the potential to transform and simplify data exchange using many of the same idioms that have been maturing with the Web for 11 years. In my opinion, SOAP has the potential to…keep us shackled to outdated architectural ideas. 8-)

Thanks, Rogers

My wife got a Blackberry from work a few weeks ago, so, no longer needing her existing mobile phone, I called our carrier, Rogers to cancel it, which was handled promptly and without comment by Rogers, except to ask why we were leaving (expected, of course). Fast forward to last Friday, when I receive a… Read More »

Systinet swarming

After at least one aborted attempt, Radovan and I were finally able to get together for drinks. We met up at one of my old hang outs, Gordon Biersch in Palo Alto. He even brought along a couple of other Systinet management types; Wendell Lansford and Roman Stanek. I think Roman set a record for… Read More »

Oracle OpenWorld

I’ll be doing sporadic booth duty at the Justsystem booth this week at Oracle OpenWorld. If you’re there, please stop by and say hi! Booth #1042. If you’re not there, and I know you, drop me a line and I might be able to get you a pass (so I’m told).

Netvibes

Slick! RSS pre-fetching. In-place editing. In-place layout. My only critique; an URL for my page would be nice. (link) [del.icio.us/distobj]