· Naughties
· · 2005
· · · September
· · · · 02 (3 entries)

Blog Imperialism · Hey, check out Technorati’s new blog find­er. I went and did a lit­tle land-grabbing, and if you want to find blogs about Atom, Busi­ness, Ja­va, OS X, Pho­tog­ra­phy, Search, Sun, Syn­di­ca­tion, Tech­nol­o­gy, Web, or XML, well there’s no es­cap­ing on­go­ing (it won’t last). Time will tel­l, of course, but this might turn out to be use­ful. Note that this works very well with Atom 1.0’s feed-level “category” el­e­men­t. [Dis­clo­sure: I may have a con­flict of in­ter­est of in­ter­est as re­gards Tech­no­rati.]
Massachusetts Ripples · While I was pon­der­ing what to write about this OpenDoc­u­ment sto­ry, it spilled all over the In­ter­net and gen­er­at­ed oceans of cov­er­age (thanks to Bob Su­tor for the link round-up). I won­der if Gov. Rom­ney has heard from Steve or Bill yet? To my eye, per­haps the best last word is this lead­er from ZDNet UK.
SISSL Retired · What, you may have won­dered, does a Chief Open Source Of­fi­cer do? Wel­l, among oth­er things, re­tire li­cens­es that are past their sell-by date. I’m no li­cens­ing gu­ru, but ev­ery­one seems to agree that there are too many of ’em, so I’m glad to see that we’re on the prob­lem.
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