Archive | July 8, 2004

New RSS feed for

I’ve created a new RSS 2.0 feed
for the website. This should be a low-volume feed, a
website change log, focused on the posting of conference materials,
sample code and new articles. If you’re not yet reading feeds with a
news aggregator, you can view it in HTML here.

Both the XML and HTML feeds are generated with the newly released version 1.0.1 of SoftwareGarden‘s ListGarden
product, running standalone on my Windows workstation. No installation,
no hassle, a perfect transient application. If you’re thinking about
generating an infrequent feed, and dread the hassle of making sure the
brackets balance and the syntax is right in vi or notepad, check this
product out.

What’s old is new again…

Jim Rapoza muses in his eWeek column:

I guess I have to admit it: Old, over-hyped technologies don’t go away;
they just come back in more refined and useful reincarnations. When you
think about it, pretty much every technology that was formerly laughed
at and tossed aside has returned as a tool that is used every day.

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