Monthly Archives: July 2005

Really Simplifyng Syndication

My move to simplify my syndication has not met with unqualified success. The folks at Bloglines were able to delete all of the many different syndication feeds for my site. Unfortunately, rather than move existing subscriptions over, they just deleted … Continue reading

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What planet are you on?

Dan Brickley writes about refining his site so that Planet RDF only picks up those posts that are RDF-related. His concern about Planet RDF matches my concern about Planet Identity: Planet RDF is now taking that category feed (thanks Dave!), … Continue reading

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The Heat has Broken

A storm blew in tonight and took with it the heat that has oppressed our state. We have broken records right and left, including a heat index of 121 degrees on Saturday, and several days straight with over 100 degree … Continue reading

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Feed the Feeds

At some conference or another a while back, I think it was someone from Bloglines who expressed a wish that people would provide one and only one syndication feed for their sites. Most of us provide two, a lot of … Continue reading

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To go where no man has gone before

Rest in peace, Scotty.

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Oh. Joy.

From Weather Underground: … Excessive heat warning in effect from 7 am Thursday to 7 PM CDT Sunday… The National Weather Service in St Louis MO has issued an excessive heat warning. Afternoon high temperatures will rise near 100 degrees … Continue reading

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Need Software

Though the research and work on the post “When we are needed” has put me behind schedule on several tasks I need to finish, the effort was worthwhile in that it gave me a chance to think through my plans … Continue reading

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