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

rsnapshot

4/11/2004 @ 21:07 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : rsnapshot - rsnapshot: rsync for snapshots

Nelson Minar : rsnapshot - rsync based backup tool, very nicely put together

joshua : rsnapshot

wearehugh : rsnapshot

bbs documentary now available for pre-order

14/10/2004 @ 15:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : bbs documentary now available for pre-order - i've been waiting for this all year [via#

rbmake

30/09/2004 @ 21:09 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : rbmake - open source software for making rocket ebooks #

python grimoire

30/09/2004 @ 21:07 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : python grimoire - math-centric python primer #

Simon Willison : Python Grimoire - How to perform common tasks in Python.

gpl upheld in german court

30/09/2004 @ 21:05 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : gpl upheld in german court - old news, so sue me, i've been busy #

photon

30/09/2004 @ 21:03 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : photon - photoblogging from iphoto #

Steve Cook : Photon, photoblogging from iPhoto - This will be useful for Redfox, although not so much for me.

cool javascript-and-css enhanced slideshow

30/09/2004 @ 21:01 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : cool javascript-and-css enhanced slideshow - could be more accessible, but at least it isn't flash #

guidelines for writing rfc text on security considerations

30/09/2004 @ 20:59 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : guidelines for writing rfc text on security considerations - oddly enough, written by my best friend from 7th grade #

applications that changed my life: screen

30/09/2004 @ 20:57 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : applications that changed my life: screen - wholeheartedly agree #

Matthew M. Boedicker : Applications that Changed My Life: screen

deconstructing h.264/avc

30/09/2004 @ 20:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : deconstructing h.264/avc - i've recently dived into video conversion hell, so this is fascinating #

François Nonnenmacher : Deconstructing H.264/AVC

a minor muddle of mental models

30/09/2004 @ 16:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : a minor muddle of mental models - that would be so much better in rdf #

gif to be renamed png

30/09/2004 @ 07:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : gif to be renamed png - touchy, touchy #

François Hodierne : Following Atom renaming, GIF to be renamed "PNG" [via#

Tomas Jogin : Following Atom renaming, GIF to be renamed PNG - To lessen confusion in the marketplace, Atom will be renamed RSS, GIF renamed PNG and HTML renamed PDF.

Anne van Kesteren : Following Atom renaming, GIF to be renamed PNG - Argh, fun entry though #

mobile atom

28/09/2004 @ 06:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : mobile atom - atom-enabled cellphones are here today #

Adam Gessaman : MobileAtom J2ME - Weblogging from a mobile phone. I'm interested to try this out. Probably tomorrow after class.

gladwell dot com / The Ketchup Conundrum

23/09/2004 @ 21:55 UTC

Phil Gyford : gladwell dot com / The Ketchup Conundrum - Ooh, I read this in Borders a few weeks ago - interesting stuff about why some things (like Coke/Pepsi) taste "better" than others (like own-brand cola).

jkottke : Gladwell on ketchup

cameron : Malcom Gladwell: The Ketchup Conundrum

Mark Pilgrim : the ketchup conundrum - i admit it, i'm a malcolm gladwell fanboy #

netnewswire 2.0 beta

22/09/2004 @ 16:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : netnewswire 2.0 beta - outstanding #

NewsFire. Mac RSS with Style.

8/09/2004 @ 20:55 UTC

deusx : NewsFire. Mac RSS with Style. - Holy crap - this aggregator looks damn nice.

Jon Hicks : NewsFire 0.21 released

Mark Pilgrim : newsfire - new atom-enabled aggregator for os x #

veen : NewsFire. Mac RSS with Style. - Really Simple Software for Really Simple Syndication. Nice clean interface and a lack of any ornimental features.

Jeremy Zawodny : NewsFire - NewsFire: Another RSS reader for Mac OS X

Simon Willison : NewsFire 1.0 - $19.99 - NetNewsWire finally has some stylish competition. (via) [via]

Joel on Software - It's Not Just Usability

7/09/2004 @ 12:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Joel on Software - It's Not Just Usability - hopefully, we'll figure out the new principles of social interface design

Andy Baio : Joel on the social aspect of UI design - as always, a great read [via]  [via]

Simon Willison : Joel on Software - It's Not Just Usability - More social software design thinking from Joel.

Richard MacManus : Joel Spolsky: social interface usability - "...the goal of social interface design is to help the society succeed, even if it means one user has to fail."

Mark Pilgrim : it's not just usability - damn you're hot #

screenscraping the senate

2/09/2004 @ 02:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : screenscraping the senate - paul ford takes libxml2 to a whole new level #

deusx : XML.com: Screenscraping the Senate - Holy crap, this is a nifty idea. How long until Paul gets a call from Homeland Security for gathering intelligence?

Erik Benson : Paul Ford is converting the government into RDF - He's constantly exploring that line between information and machine-readability

jkottke : Paul Ford is going to "collect as much data on the U.S. government as [he can], convert it to RDF, and build a site and a web service that make it possible to explore that data" - This first column of the Hacking Congress series is called "Screenscraping the Senate".

Andy Baio : Paul Ford's "Screenscraping the Senate" - converting the government to RDF [via]  [via]

Philippe Janvier : Screenscraping the Senate - "plan to create an RDF description of the U.S. federal government."

Simon Willison : Screenscraping the Senate - Paul Ford's new column for XML.com.

Kayode Okeyode : Screenscraping the Senate: Paul Ford's plan to create an RDF description of the U.S. federal government - Screenscraping the Senate: Paul Ford's plan to create an RDF description of the U.S. federal government

The Banality of Google

1/09/2004 @ 19:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : The Banality of Google - And that is how Google became the Jennifer Lopez of the Internet.

Mark Pilgrim : the banality of google - take me for a ride in your car car, take me for a ride in your car car #

anildash : how Google became the Jennifer Lopez of the Internet - musings on good and evil

Anne van Kesteren : The Banality of Google - "And that is how Google became the Jennifer Lopez of the Internet." #

MP3: Maciej's audioblogging manifesto

1/09/2004 @ 03:55 UTC

Andy Baio : MP3: Maciej's audioblogging manifesto - listen to this now, it's absolutely brilliant

Graham Leuschke : An Audioblogging Manifesto - spectacular

anildash : an audioblogging manifesto - the fact that it imposes my will on the listener is the *good* part of audioblogging

Mark Pilgrim : an audioblogging manifesto - that's four minutes of my life i'll never get back #

Ethan Marcotte : An audioblogging manifesto - 4.5 minutes of brilliance.

Richard MacManus : An Audioblogging Manifesto - "So stop the ridiculous self indulgence, and shut up and write." (txt version)

Philippe Janvier : An Audioblogging Manifesto - Pourquoi l'audioblogging est-il si ennuyant ? (un fond sonore qui n'arrange vraiment pas les choses)

jimray : An audioblogging manifesto

Embittered generals

31/08/2004 @ 16:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Embittered generals - Stick with HTML and extend it yourself! #

Simon Willison : Embittered generals - Daniel Glazman on innovation outside the W3C.

Paul Hammond : Embittered generals - Glazblog - We are evil. We are about to break the World Wide Web Consortium

Kayode Okeyode : Embittered Generals: Daniel Glazman on Innovation outside the W3C

Mark Pilgrim : embittered generals - the whatwg was created by the w3c itself #

let's all bitch about clearcase

30/08/2004 @ 15:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : let's all bitch about clearcase - i used it as a glorified cvs once, because nobody understood it and the company wouldn't pay for training #

php 5.1 will parse ill-formed xml

25/08/2004 @ 01:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : php 5.1 will parse ill-formed xml - apparently libxml2 has always been able to do this [via#

Transporting Atom Notifications over the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol

24/08/2004 @ 22:56 UTC

deusx : Transporting Atom Notifications over the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol - This is hot stuff. Pub-sub here we come. And I just happened to have been investigating Jabber again with something like this in mind...

Mark Pilgrim : atom over jabber - it's coming #

Paul Hammond : Transporting Atom Notifications over the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) - describes a method for notifying interested parties about changes in syndicated information encapsulated in the Atom feed format

Tricks of the Trade

24/08/2004 @ 20:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Tricks of the Trade - great list of trade secrets, more on Mefi [via]  [via]

jkottke : Tricks of the Trade

Matthew M. Boedicker : tricks of the trade, for various trades

Jeremy Zawodny : tricks of the trade - tricks of the trade: the gap between software engineers and birthday clowns is almost negligible

Manuzhai : Tricks of the Trade - Little tricks to make life in your profession easier.

Rod Begbie : The Morning News - Tricks of the Trade - "Always put copper grease on the battery terminals after servicing a car.", and more useful tips of various trades. [via#

Nelson Minar : Tricks of the trade - funny on the Morning News (via kottke)

Phil Gyford : The Morning News - Tricks of the Trade - Different professions. Landscape architect: "If you say the drawings are 'rendered' rather than 'colored,' you can charge four times as much."

Aquarion : Tricks of the Trade - In this respect, the gap between software engineers and birthday clowns is almost negligible

kellan : Tricks of the Trade - The Morning News - Tricks of the Trade #

Mark Pilgrim : tricks of the trade - every actor eventually has to act drunk #

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