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dConstruct 2008

I realise I’m hideously behind with blogging about lots of geeky stuff, but here goes. Apologies if you were expecting this sooner! This year’s dConstruct was a lot larger than I was expecting: the last time I went in 2006 … Continue reading

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Lifestream, Yahoo! Pipes and jQuery

Jeremy Keith’s lifestream was the first I saw online, where he’d aggregated together his many RSS feeds into one place. It shows the various sources ordered by time, and it can be quite interesting to follow along and see what … Continue reading

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RDF – What's It Good For?

One of the presentations that I missed at BarCampLondon2 (I was attending another session) was a light-hearted debate about the similarities and differences between Microformats and RDF. The main protagonists were: Jeremy Keith and Brian Suda in the Microformats corner … Continue reading

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WSG London #2 – Microformats

The second London WSG meeting was all about Microformats, something I’ve been meaning to get to grips with for a while. What are they, and what are they good for? We had three Microformats “Ghosts” to help us understand more … Continue reading

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d.construct, The Joy of API

A presentation by Jeremy Keith of Clear:Left. Jeremy was very enthusiastic about the fun he’s had meddling with APIs. He started off by explaining little about REST. I thought, “oh, no, something else I don’t know about” but it turns … Continue reading

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