Shaping the future of secure Ajax mashups and how to improve the browser for hybrid Web applications. Continue reading Secure Ajax mashups by Brent Ashley
Kevin Pettitt (aka Lotus Guru) took my code to Export any Lotus Notes View to CSV or Excel, automagically, and made it work a bit better than my (raw by design) output in his Make Attractive Exports of Categorized Notes Views. Continue reading Lotus Guru makes a more Attractive Export of Categorized Notes Views to Excel
In Canada, Falcon Beach is about to show the last 2 episodes of the second season (whereas the first season is wrapping up, and the second season starts in April in the USA on ABC Family). Watching the second Season, Continue reading The Music of Falcon Beach
This is the first public beta, here on the IBM Notes 8 page, is usable and very stable if a tiny bit slow and hungry. A few items caught my interest : available in 2 versions a “classic C++ version Continue reading Lotus Notes 8 Public Beta (Hanover) is out and about
I had need to get some data from Amazon Web Services, and in particular their Alexa Top Sites web service which provides access to lists of web sites ordered by Alexa Traffic Rank. And, happily, they had a Query Example Continue reading Amazon’s Web Top Site (Alexa) web service and Ruby; Fixed and juiced!