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PUBLIC MARKS from macroron with tags api & to-read*

January 2006

The Waxy Cloud

From: Andy Baio’s link blog at Waxy.org. By: ~~Google Blogoscoped. How: PHP5 and its XML capabilities to screen-scrape Waxy’s link collection, extracted meaningful terms using the Yahoo API, and arranged the whole thing into an Ajax-driven expandable

November 2005

Openomy, OmniDrive and AllMyData - Online Storage Just Got Interesting!

Mashable Blog: Internet Entrepreneur ~Pete Cashmore on Web 2.0. I'm an entrepreneur, internet consultant and blogger. I'm currently working on projects involving open APIs and Web 2.0, including a startup called Noodly, which launches in early 2006. I'm a

She sells seashells by the Seaside - To Read*** ~Christopher Petrilli

Avi Bryant’s continuation-based web framework Seaside, which is written in Smalltalk. Wow. That’s all I can say. After some recent work with Rails, I had come to admire the cleanliness of the framework—even if, on occasion, I had some complaints abo

September 2005

1060 research - netkernal - quotes from the blogsphere

John Udell (infoworld) I never heard the phrase "REST microkernel" before, but I had an immediate expectation of what that would mean. An hour's experimentation with the system met that expectation. Wildly interesting stuff.

netKernel - service oriented microkernel and xml application server

generalizes the principles of REST, the basis for the successful operation of the World Wide Web, and applies them down to the finest granularity of service-based software composition. The Web is the most scaleable and adaptive information system ever.

netKernel tour - system

[rest] the term REpresentational State Transfer (REST) originates from the seminal work of roy t. fielding in retrospectively defining the core architectural principles of the world wide web.

July 2005