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Roundup · Once again I’m drown­ing in lit­tle tech-news tid­bits that I think the world needs to look at: hence a Fri­day link­fest: Item: John Cowan’s TagSoup has reached 1.0. This is go­ing to be an es­sen­tial tool for so many peo­ple. Item: As­saf Ark­in, in Why Blogs Work, ex­plains it al­l. Item: Kim­bro Stak­en pro­vides 10 things to change in your think­ing when build­ing REST XML Pro­to­cols. Item: In­foQ has launched; does the world need an­oth­er software-news site? Quite pos­si­bly. Item: From Mark Not­ting­ham, HIn­clude; this is point­ing in the same di­rec­tion as Ingy’s Jem­plate, and un­less I’m miss­ing some­thing ob­vi­ous, it’s an im­por­tant di­rec­tion.
2006 World Cup · I’ve been work­ing quite a bit this week, on­ly man­aged to catch a cou­ple of games end-to-end live, and some bits and pieces in the evening re­peat­s; I have to say, watch­ing the Cup in high-def on a com­fy couch with a com­fy new­born on your lap is pret­ty darn en­joy­able. Here­with the week’s notes, start­ing where the pre­vi­ous in­stal­ment left of­f ...
XML 2006 - Get Yer Papers In · Yow, just re­al­ized that the XML 2006 call for pa­pers is up­on us; for de­tails see David Meg­gin­son, who’s the chair. Hang­ing with the XML tribe is al­ways good fun, and I ex­pect David to do a great job of run­ning the shindig; so send him your good ideas.
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