MovableBlog: Thursday Night Roundup
April 17, 2003
- Intellidimension App Shows Power of RDF by Jim Rapoza: "RDF Gateway runs as an all-in-one Web server, application server and database, with the database designed to handle RDF content. This works well and makes the product easy to deploy, but we would prefer a more modular approach that would make it possible, for example, to use the database in conjunction with another Web server and application server." [via Anil]
- Search the blogs you read in Google: I couldn't get it working today, but it's a great idea, so I'll give it another shot some other time. [via Blogroots]
- Why do you tease me so?: Phil wants you to provide the full text of your blog entries with the HTML intact. I say something is better than nothing. Phil asks for help.
- The real West Wing, coming to a modem near you
by Linda Feldmann: "Compared with the Clinton White House, which made only limited use of the Web as a way to reach the public, the Bush team is taking full advantage of the Internet-use explosion." That's because, as the article fails to point out, Clinton doesn't know how to type, and has literally has no experience with the Internet. And oh, the Christian Science monitor is really great. They even have an RSS feed, with an appropriate (although not XHTML)
linktag on the main page no less.
- The 'much ado' about Trackback, mentioned earlier: Trackback for Live Events; More on Trackback for Meetings; Really Easy Group Forming [via Sam Ruby]; more when I find them again.
- Thinking about linking: linking defined as "the identification of related information using an addressing system that lets the reader locate the information".
- Some more reaction to the Hundred Year Language essay, from various writers: The Other Side of the Hundred-Year Language; More (Tangential) Thoughts on Programming Language Design; Parallelism Done Right
Necessarily there are dozens more articles that I still have to read, much less link to. Stupid Internet.