Monthly Archives: July 2003

Blogging Holiday

Phil Wolff’s bringing up David Weinberger’s old idea of a Blogging holiday — everyone take a week off in August. This is in response to some webloggers expressing what sounds like burn out. This reminds me of when I worked … Continue reading

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Army of One

I don’t normally link to Flash animations, especially one’s about politics or the war in Iraq — so many of them are just so much hyperbole. I’m making an exception for this one from Take Back the Media because I … Continue reading

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O’Reilly article

I have an article, RDF: Ready for Prime Time out at O’Reilly. My first in support of the new book, which, I’m happy to say, has been enjoying decent sales at Amazon and elsewhere. Eventually as RDF insinuates itself throughout … Continue reading

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RDF: Ready for Prime Time

I have an article, RDF: Ready for Prime Time out at O’Reilly. My first in support of the new book, which, I’m happy to say, has been enjoying decent sales at Amazon and elsewhere. Eventually as RDF insinuates itself throughout … Continue reading

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What you will and won’t find here

If you come here expecting to hear only good about RDF or any of it’s vocabularies and associated technologies, then you will be disappointed. The new specifications for RDF, the model and its serialization syntax, are barely out of the … Continue reading

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Sweet Tunes and Weblogging Runes

Being off-weblog this weekend, I missed the Blogathon, and in particular, the joint effort on the part of Scott Andrew LePera and Shannon Campbell to co-write a song in 24 hours. All online. They made their goal, plus one: two … Continue reading

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And now more FOAF

I’m not going to turn this into a mirror for all things FOAF, but I did want to point out an excellent article by Dan Brickley about pages about people. I’m glad that Dan made the ‘not wanting to go … Continue reading

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