Updated: 1/3/2003; 10:30:21 PM.
Python/Jython, XML, P2P and WebServices

Friday, January 03, 2003

Invasion of the Robo-Editors. Time: Invasion of the Robo-Editors. "Google delivers a surprisingly high-quality product that's just as relevant and up-to-date as the human-edited news outlets with which it competes."  [Scripting News]
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Monday, September 23, 2002

blogrolls. I've been hearing a lot about FOAF, which is an acronym for Friend Of A Friend. It's an RDF-based file format that lets you walk a network of people who are friends. It's a lot like a network of blogrolls.   [Scripting News]
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Another way to debug your SOAP / XMLRPC servers.

Dave Bryson tells me that Apache Axis includes a utility called tcpmon, which performs a similar task to my XML-RPC debugging proxy, except with a nice GUI.  Cool!

[Python Community Server: Noteblog]
7:41:14 PM    comment []

Great new service: Phillip Pearson has added RSS support to his Comment Monitor, enabling anyone to use RSS to keep up with new comments posted to a Radio Userland weblog. [Workbench]
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Interesting uses for xmlStorageSystem wanted.

Dave Bryson asks: Is there a point to having such a multitude of xmlStorageSystem servers?

We're about to have four servers that implement the xmlStorageSystem API (RCS, PyCSphpStorageSystem and Dave's new JCS - or is that xmlStorageServer?), however there is currently only one application for them: hosting weblogs (produced by Radio, bzero or transtator).  More wanted.

[Python Community Server: Noteblog]
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Monday, September 09, 2002


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Another New Open Solution from UserLand. TCP.IM is another new open solution offered by the folks from UserLand. It works with Radio and Frontier. [X-Archetypes]
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More than 1,000 people join LiveJournal each day, according to a feature about the online diary service in today's New York Times: "Many people who have pages at LiveJournal or similar sites like DiaryLand maintain that the form is distinct from Weblogs, or blogs. The journals tend to be more inwardly focused and offer fewer links than blogs, although the categories overlap." [Workbench]
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