“the objective is to put Rearden [sic] every desktop” That’s so 1989! I mean, more power to them if they can do it, but it’d likely be a whole lot easier to use the Web.
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I used to look forward to SAS flights and their awesome food. Now you have to pay for it (water too!), and it sucks. You also have to pay for Wifi at their lounge at LHR. Sad.
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Nicely argued, Lucas
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Watch out Web services supporters, even the VCs are beginning to get it (“RSS/REST is the new EAI”).
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A must-read by anybody who’s ever done standards work (P.S. I’m one of the 20)
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“The crucial difference being, Torvalds is talking about an OS kernel, while Winer’s “specs” are supposed to define a method for interoperability.” Bingo! Over-the-network interop too.
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Neat strategy via Dave. I wonder though, if at some point phishers won’t be able to use spam fighting software to defend against this kind of attack?
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A post of mine on the xfytec.com site.
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Guy trying to get 1,000,000 air miles in a month on an unlimited flight pass. Stick it to the man!
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More fuel on the URI/QName fire. Things would be so much simpler if we could just assume concatenated ns and name, no?
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