Gee, we will never run out of clever name permutations with this one, will we? Anyways… Where did this idea come from that in order to be RESTful, an app has to use all four HTTP verbs? How did that become the criteria? I don’t get it. The crux of REST is in uniform, immutable […]
Chris has the right idea with the Mapendar. Relevant content is always location- and time- based. Organizing event-driven information into a continuous time stream and supplanting it with illustrated geography is a pretty intuitive way to put it together. Me likey.
Over at fuzzy, Bob dug up some more ridiculous patent claims. The more you browse the patent database, the more you realize the impossibility of enforcing and navigating (or should I say litigating?) through this tangled mess.
Just a quick heads-up: it looks like the CNN.com came out with fresh, new look for their front page. I think I like it. But please don’t pull up the covers: the markup is still a mess, and inner pages haven’t been switched to the new, more horizontal layout.
Okay, this one is probably going to sting a bit. But here it goes. Don Box, my hero of adventures long gone, has coined (or as much as that) a new term: Lo-rest. He provides a list of bullet points to define it, and even comes out as the first member of the newly minted […]
As you may have heard, Bill Gates ushered in a new era by saying: “We need microformats” from stage at Mix’06. It was a long time coming. Slowly but surely the purists in us are realizing that this might be the only way to bring the vision of semantic web into fruition. Slowly but surely […]
Yes, ’tis a post of many questions. “What happened, dude?” Lots and lots of stuff. Here’s a brief summary: worked like crazy, lost lots of sleep trying to get the little one to sleep, started back on drinking coffee, replaced a house HVAC system, cooked delicious Christmas meal, gained new friends, lost a friend, found […]