A friend pointed me to http://www.ozzie.net/blog/stories/2003/11/14/640kbOughtToBeEnoughForAnyone.html… Very interesting. I’ve been reading good things about WinFS, and generally about other facets of Longhorn, since the PDC. And now micros~1 is releasing the Word and Excel XML schemas… with perhaps-not-unreasonable licenses. I […]
It has snowed in the past … even over a month ago. But this is the first time it hasn’t immediately melted. I give you: First Snow.
Comments regarding plightbo’s recent anti–REST posts… Objects vs. Resources There is a fundamental difference between objects and resources, and it’s really important. Objects are data + behavior, whereas resources are just data [and links to other data, if you’re smart]. […]
I got a Prismiq MediaPlayer. They provide a linux-native media server, but no front-end. I started a simple PrismiqIndexer. Go me.
New hackers take on Web services — So it begins… Shock! Overly-complex vendor-specific protocols rushed to market are vulnerable to attack. More on Web services and distributed objects — Mark Baker puts into words better then I wanted to my […]
I’ve continued to work pretty hard, but it looks like the initial burden of creating a 1.0 system is done. Now we’re in that wonderful time of reflection, rating, and looking forward to the future. reflection There are plenty of […]
I’ve been working quite hard, and a bit of a toll is being incurred. But mostly on cool new projects that I keep thinking up. There’s something about hard creative work that fuels other creative impulses. As I’m ” such […]
Quote of the Day: “Yup, nothing says “protagonist” like going into a berserker rage over pork chops.” So, we’ve moved into San Francisco. The City. Ah. Yeah. And freaky people have kids. Oh, the humanity.
Awesome video for some new J5 song — The Format — Startups rule. It’s very hard to find a place where the work is so exciting, you know the whole company, and every day, hour and minute of your efforts […]