Philippe Janvier blogs at http://conforme.phidji.com/ xml

You're welcome (au moins en apparence)

7/11/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : You're welcome (au moins en apparence) - Une liste assez imposante d'ebooks informatiques en anglais (PDF pour ce que j'ai pu voir). Est-ce bien légal ? Si oui, n'oubliez pas de donner. [via#

A list of open source software packages

7/11/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : A list of open source software packages - "Une page Wikipedia qui recense un certain nombre d'applications et d'outils open source dans un nombre de domaines très variés." [via#

TAW3 web accessibility tool

7/11/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : TAW3 web accessibility tool - Free accessibility testing and reporting software.. [via Accessify]

Philippe Janvier : TAW. Web Accessibility Test - "TAW is a tool for the automatic analysis of Web sites, based on the W3C - Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0." [via#

Rotating Box

6/11/2005 @ 19:56 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Rotating Box - Yes, CSS is beautifull. [via#

Open source turns money-spinner

6/11/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Open source turns money-spinner - "Freedom is a business asset, under certain circumstances." [via#

Faux amis

6/11/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Faux amis - "Une liste de 120 termes anglais qui sont tous des faux-amis particulièrement traîtres si on ne les connaît pas". American grade : F ! Too bad :( [via#

Yahoo ! 's new twist on mapping APIs

6/11/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Yahoo ! 's new twist on mapping APIs - A map application entirely in Flash. [via#

Blue Ball Machine

6/11/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Blue Ball Machine - Blue Ball Machine: this is scay on a big monitor

Nelson Minar : Blue ball machine - With sound (via Zawodny)

Philippe Janvier : Blue Ball Machine - Work flow !! [via#

jkottke : Mesmerizing blue ball contraption - Mesmerizing blue ball contraption.

A RESTful Web service, an example : Paul James

31/10/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

deusx : A RESTful Web service, an example : Paul James - "Delicious has a simple REST API, or rather, a simple POX over HTTP API, ... , but it isn't very RESTful. Why not?"

znarf : A RESTful Web service, an example : Paul James - "Delicious has a simple REST API, or rather, a simple POX over HTTP API, that is, it has a perfectly usable HTTP and XML based API for accessing your bookmarks and tags, but it isn't very RESTful. Why not?" [via#

Philippe Janvier : A RESTful Web service, an example - "...a little example of a RESTful version of a simple Web service you might already know about, the Delicious API." [via#

Make Firefox Look Like Internet Explorer

30/10/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Make Firefox Look Like Internet Explorer - Make Firefox Look Like Internet Explorer: if you wanna trick your friends into using a better browser, I guess

kayodeok : Make Firefox Look Like Internet Explorer

Philippe Janvier : Make Firefox Look Like Internet Explorer - Oui, mais pourquoi ? Peut-être simplement pour démontrer le pouvoir des thèmes et des extensions de Firefox. [via#

OPML Validator Beta

29/10/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : OPML Validator Beta - L'endroit pour valider OPML ou en tout cas pour signaler ce qui cloche. [via#

Web 2.0 Cracks Start to Show

28/10/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Web 2.0 Cracks Start to Show - "When you invite the whole world to your party, inevitably someone pees in the beer". [via#

Every File Format in the World

27/10/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Every File Format in the World - Une liste de tous les formats (ou presque) de fichier pouvant exister. [via#

moo.fx

27/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : moo.fx - "...a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library". [via#

joshua : moo.fx - the next small thing - moo.fx is a superlightweight, ultratiny, megasmall javascript effects library, written with prototype.js.

XML.com: What Is Atom

27/10/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kayodeok : XML.com: What Is Atom - So what are the differences between Atom and RSS? Apart from the process used to build the specification, and the rigor of the documentation, there are two main substantive changes

Philippe Janvier : What Is Atom - "...the Preservation of Metadata and the concept of Constructs". [via#

Google Base on Flickr

26/10/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Google Base on Flickr - "All your base are belong to us". [via#

Using hcards in your blog

25/10/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Using hcards in your blog - A suivre, cette façon d'utiliser les infos des personnes qui commentent sur votre weblogue. [via#

Google Base

25/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

znarf : Google Base - what the fuck is this ! #

Philippe Janvier : Google Base - They want YOU ! :) [via#

Yet Another RSS History

24/10/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

znarf : Yet Another RSS History - Great conclusion. "There was no RSS. No syndication wars. No-one had to deal with doubly-escaped content and silent data loss. There was no need for any new format for business cards, calendars, blogs, link lists, reviews, pet profiles." #

Philippe Janvier : Yet Another RSS History - "In this universe there was no RSS. No syndication wars...There was no need for any new format for business cards, calendars, blogs, link lists, reviews, pet profiles. XHTML with CSS was more than enough". [via#

Flock, Firefox and open source

23/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Flock, Firefox and open source - Le pourquoi du Flock. [via#

Introducing Embedded RDF

23/10/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Introducing Embedded RDF - "...an enhanced way to embed RDF into XHTML that doesn't require any new markup". [via#

How to Use Google Reader

23/10/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : How to Use Google Reader - Un screencast rapide qui explique comment souscrire à un fil de nouvelles dans Google Reader. Chouette technique. Efficace ! [via#

The future of the Web is Semantic

23/10/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : The future of the Web is Semantic - Les bases du web sémantique pour les entreprises. [via#

The First Network Email

22/10/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : The First Network Email - "The early uses were not terribly different from the current uses: The exceptions are that there was only plain text in the messages and there was no SPAM". [via#

Edsinger Domo

22/10/2005 @ 13:57 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Edsinger Domo - Apparemment il ou elle n'a pas tout dans la tête :) [via#

xml
Upian.