· Naughties
· · 2004
· · · June
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Atom News · Yes, there will be an Atom IETF Working Group. No, there is no “standards war” ...
Sunbeams, June 10 · I’ve subscribed the aggregated feed over at <a href='http://planetsun.org/'>Planet Sun</a>, mostly in curiosity at how this experiment turns out. Since we’re now somewhere around 300 contributors and growing fast, I won’t be able to keep up down the road; but at the moment I do see a lot of interesting stuff go by, and what I’ll do is aggregate the bits that catch my eye every little while here under the label <i>Sunbeams</i>. Today’s take includes Moazam Raja on <a href='http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/moazam/20040610#debugging_backwards_in_time_omniscient'>Omniscient Debugging</a> (I’ve subscribed to Moazam separately, he’s essential), Hung-Sheng Tsao on <a href='http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/hstsao'>all sorts of geeky sysadmin stuff</a>, Frank Lagorio’s <a href='http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/flag/20040610#securites_industry_association_show'>scorching smackdown</a> of marketing in Sarbanes-Oxley space, Ron Ten-Hove on <a href='http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/rtenhove/20040607#java_business_integration'>JBI</a> (the programmer’s-eye view into Web Services), Josh Simons’ <a href='http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/simons/20040610#how_cute_is_that'>adorable albino squirrel</a> (I’m not kidding, check it out), and finally MCWong’s must-read <a href='http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/blah/20040610#slingy_singapore_i_prefer_kopi'>guide to Kopi in Singapore</a>.
Supernova · I accepted Kevin Werbach’s kind invitation to his <a href='http://www.pulver.com/supernova/'>Supernova</a> conference later this month; I’ll be on the <cite>Syndication Nation</cite> panel with Sifry, Boutin, and Hourihan. While I was <a href='http://www.antarctica.net/'>Antarctica</a> full-time, I got out of the conferencing world, and that world has gone through some pretty severe changes; I wonder if I’ll still like it? Normally at these things I spend the whole time in the hallway gossiping, but there are some sessions that look like they could be hot.
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