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Fathers’ Day · The media are full of heartfelt pieces about Fatherhood; <a href='http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/15/AR2007061501977.html?nav=rss_opinion/columns'>here</a> is my favorite this year. I find myself, as a practitioner, feeling like an impostor, but so do many fathers ...
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東京 V: Playing · I don’t know what Japan’s largest export is, but I think its most important export is culture. Pop culture to be precise; there are few places where as you walk the streets you see things you’ll see on fashion catwalks and in TV-show backdrops and and <a href='http://www.papermag.com/?section=magazine'>Paper</a> pages this time next year; and Tokyo is one of them ...
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Web3S · Well, well, we now have two freshly-baked HTTP-based Web Resource CRUD protocols which advertise themselves as being RESTful. Microsoft’s new Web3S is designed to support remote update of Live Contacts, which is, and I quote: “the central data store in Windows Live for address book information. All Hotmail contacts, Messenger buddies and Spaces’ friends are recorded in Live Contacts. There are currently approximately 500,000,000 active address books in Live Contacts.” See Yaron Goland’s intro <a href='http://www.goland.org/appanddare/'>APP and Dare, the sitting duck</a> (read the comments too), then the draft spec <a href='http://dev.live.com/livedata/web3s.htm'>Web Structured, Schema’d & Searchable (Web3S)</a> and its <a href='http://dev.live.com/livedata/web3sFAQ.htm'>FAQ</a>. There’s a reaction from David Ing, <a href='http://www.from9till2.com/PermaLink.aspx?guid=6fbc1aec-8096-4e21-a015-12ede6fc9646'>Not Your Father’s MData</a>; the comments below might be a good place to aggregate more links. <i>[Update: Yaron Goland has addressed the issues I raised here, FAQ-style, in a <a href='http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/200x/2007/06/17/Web3S#c1182902042.589512'>comment below.</a>]</i> ...
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