Monthly Archives: September 2003

Your photos are beautiful…

Edited, but tiny edits, little changes, no more than mouse nibbles at the edges of the original thoughts. Thank you for sending your query to ____________ magazine. Your photographs are beautiful! The magazine has not published photo essays in the … Continue reading

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PostCon

The RDF vocabulary used throughout the examples for Practical RDF is PostCon, example here, a Post Content information dataset. The plan was that I would finish the book and then finish a Java implementation of PostCon, the application, using PostCon, … Continue reading

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Moment

Yesterday I went to the Meramec State Park to hike and continue my reaquaintence with my film camera. As I pulled off the freeway to Highway 185, I saw a semi blocking the road in both directions, hit by another … Continue reading

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Truly Understanding Censorship

Sheila points to a nicely written how-to on newspapers having weblogs. This was spurred, in no small part, from the tempest in a teapost about Dan Weintraub and the Sacramento Bee’s new policy about editorial review of his weblog. Many … Continue reading

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Amazing what you can find online

Dave Winer mentions a contribution he made to Boston’s NPR affiliate, WBUR. He’s curious, though, about the salaries of the folks, such as the general Manager Jane Christo’s pay: How do I call in and ask questions on the air? … Continue reading

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A kinder, gentler slashdot…and friends

Today Practical RDF was reviewed at Slashdot, a fact I found out when some kind souls warned me of the fact so that I might prepare for the hordes marching in. However, Slashdot book reviews usually don’t generate the server … Continue reading

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Slashdot Review of Book

Dorothea just sent me a heads up that Practical RDF has been reviewed at Slashdot. All in all, a nice review and I appreciate the author, Brian Donovan writing it. In fact, all the reviews I’ve read — at O’Reilly, … Continue reading

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