Via Dave Winner’s Scripting News is the news that Microsoft has unveiled a new proposal called SSE, which stands for Simple Sharing Extensions for RSS and OPML. What is it for? the bi-directional, asynchronous replication of Feeds (RSS) or outlines Continue reading Simple Sharing Extensions for RSS and OPM: loosely coupled Integration.
I was recently asked “Why XML, rather than a .CSV (Coma Separated Values) file”, and no one had an answer beyond “It’s what we do now”. (After stalling for a few seconds) I answered “flexibility”. When, in a CSV file, Continue reading XML, Why and How TO
From theSXSW2005 Interactive conference : Eric A. Meyer’s presentation on Emergent Semantics and Tantek Çelik’s The Elements of Meaningful XHTML More under the Category:SXSW as I discover them.
Charles Miller aka The Fishbowl comments on a brief Joel Spolsky remark about Google’s Suggest : the XmlHttpRequest technique, as displayed in Gmail, and Google Suggest, represents a new level in Rich Web UI’s. Give that I’ve recent linked to Continue reading The New Web UI and Blogger Tags