Mark Pilgrim blogs at http://www.diveintomark.org/ xml

the problem with libxml python bindings

20/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : the problem with libxml python bindings - clean up after yourself

more problems with the libxml python bindings

20/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : more problems with the libxml python bindings - unpythonic, but SO FUCKING FAST

accessible popup links

20/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : accessible popup links - works in jaws too

Paul Hammond : Accessible Pop-up Links: A List Apart - more ways to pop up a link than you ever wanted or needed to

the price of theft

20/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : the price of theft - don't let the bastards get you down

installing internet explorer on linux

20/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : installing internet explorer on linux - hardcore

Jeremy Zawodny : IE6 on Linux. Scary.

Les Orchard : Internet Explorer 6 SP1 on Linux

reStructuredText

20/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : reStructuredText - used extensively in the python community

Dive Into Markdown

20/03/2004 @ 04:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Dive Into Markdown - Well. I'm checking this out immediately.

Mark Pilgrim : dive into markdown - i can't see anyone paying for this when reStructuredText is free

Paul Hammond : Daring Fireball: Dive Into Markdown - Sometimes the truth of a thing is not so much in the think of it, but in the feel of it

TypeKey: whoop there it is!

20/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Erik Benson : TypeKey: whoop there it is! - I'm curious to see how many of the talkr.net features they'll be implementing, and then whether or not I should still build it.

Andy Baio : Typekey, central authentication for blog comments - not limited to MovableType blogs, either [via]

cobra libre : typekey: single signon for weblogs, etc. - could be good, could be bad

anildash : an introduction to TypeKey - we've built an entire service just so people developing cool things don't have to build login systems

jkottke : TypeKey, authentication services for weblogs - TypeKey, authentication services for weblogs (I wonder if you could hack MT 3.0 to use Flickr for authentication instead...)

Dan Cederholm : TypeKey - Free comment authentication from Six Apart

Adam Gessaman : TypeKey -- just the basics - I guess it’ll be a race to see who can secure the username ‘adam’ first. Please Santa SixApart, let it be me.

Mark Pilgrim : typekey - knowing ben, i bet it's a friendly layer on top of pgp

Paul Hammond : TypeKey - a free, open system providing a central identity that anyone can use to log in and post comments on blogs and other web sites

François Hodierne : TypeKey - Les services d'authentification, nouvel eldorado ?

Loaf is attempting to use social networks to make email a little more useful

19/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

jkottke : Loaf is attempting to use social networks to make email a little more useful - Loaf is attempting to use social networks to make email a little more useful (In essence, your email program can ask each incoming email, "hey, do I know this person or any of her friends?" without completely destroying anyone's privacy.)

Mark Pilgrim : introducing loaf - adding social network context to email

i clank when i walk

19/03/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : i clank when i walk - yo

the beauty of rest

19/03/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : the beauty of rest - grok it

feedster drops spammer ads

19/03/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : feedster drops spammer ads - weblogs are conversations

hi-fi design with css

19/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : hi-fi design with css - enter the zen garden

Richard MacManus : Dave Shea posts transcipt of his SXSW panel. Excellent! - He says CSS is the future and, though it's tricky to learn, it gets easier with practise.

Kayode Okeyode : Hi-Fi Design with CSS

two spaces after a period -- what's the deal?

18/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : two spaces after a period -- what's the deal? - great literate typographical discussion (via)

Mark Pilgrim : double-spacing after periods - apparently it was a bad fad

Richard Rutter : Double-spacing after periods - Why do people still do it? (filed under Typography). [via dive into mark]

in defense of wiki markup

18/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : in defense of wiki markup - let's just replace all our web pages with word docs and be done with it

Jeffrey Veen doesn't care about accessibility

18/03/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Jeffrey Veen doesn't care about accessibility - his SXSW notes are great reading for anyone who designs for the web

jkottke : Veen: "when Web design is practiced as a craft, accessibility comes for free" - Veen: "when Web design is practiced as a craft, accessibility comes for free"

Paul Hammond : Jeffrey Veen: I don't care about accessibility. - when Web design is practices as a craft, and not a consolation, accessibility comes for free

Mark Pilgrim : if you do the web right, accessibility falls into place - contrapositive: if your site is horribly inaccessible, it's probably horribly unweblike too

Les Orchard : Jeffrey Veen: I don't care about accessibility. - I want to work where the web work isn't stuck in 1998

Tom Coates : Brilliant Jeff Veen post on accessibility and designing for the web

Richard MacManus : Jeffrey Veen's SXSW speech - Real Web Designers use terms like "Spectrum of Degradability". How about the Sphere of Semanticality?

phil : Good notes from Jeff Veen: "When Web design is practiced as a craft, and not a consolation, accessibility comes for free."

the ballad of cannonball baldwin

18/03/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : the ballad of cannonball baldwin - "anyhow, yeah: babies. crazy."

Erik Benson : For the reminder of that great phrase, "Jinx! You owe me a coke!" - It's nice to read stories of people pushed to the limits of their relationship with poop.

trunkless legs of stone

18/03/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : trunkless legs of stone - "i just figured out the insidious plan behind rss"

spammers advertising on feedster

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : spammers advertising on feedster - crime pays

unicode: dividing the world one character, and between one and six bytes, at a time

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

cobra libre : unicode: dividing the world one character, and between one and six bytes, at a time - 'This is so much worse than Y2K.'

Mark Pilgrim : unicode: dividing the world one character, and between one to six bytes, at a time - character encoding is the hard part, and nobody gets it right on the first try

Simon Willison : Unicode: Dividing the world One Character, and Between One and Six Bytes, At A Time. - If you thought you had problems with unicode, you aint seen nothing yet! (via)

weakweakweb

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : weakweakweb - "markup for the masses" is a contradiction in terms

pyblosxom 0.9 is out

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : pyblosxom 0.9 is out - must try

buying a sofa

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : buying a sofa - "28 is perhaps a little too old"

microcontent management with syncato

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : microcontent management with syncato - making blogging as complicated as possible

Richard MacManus : XML.com: Microcontent Management with Syncato - I'd like to use Syncato for XML experimenting.

outage on the web: server configuration

17/03/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : outage on the web: server configuration - it ain't a lack of vision, and feed: is not the answer

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