- eAccelerator – “A free open-source PHP accelerator, optimizer, encoder and dynamic content cache.“
- Taking Web Services to the Office – “We think its time for the developers of web services to start thinking about the enterprise.“
- Route Builder – Click, click, click on a map to build and measure a route.
For a while I’ve had a bottle of Iguana Radioactive on my desk.
At first I would use it to add a bit of spice to my lunch.
Later, between meals, I would sometimes open up the bottle and take a good whiff or two of that aromatic goodness.
Yesterday, late in the afternoon, I took the next step, and simply dumped some out on to a napkin, then snacked on it by dipping the non-writing end of my pen into it.
Yum. I really like this stuff. Spicy, but with lots of flavor.
- Learjet Limousine.
- Mike Sansone: Get in the Routine of Feed Reading – Yes, definitely!
- Michael Eager: Outsourcing Personal Assistant from the Phillipines.
- Jerry Madden: 100 Rules for NASA Project Managers.
- Ben Hunt: Predictions for a Web 2.0 Social Experience.
- Kathy Sierra: Pushing Your Skill Set – “Deliberately start a new project that you know will drive you into new research, experimenting, learning, etc.“
A long time ago, I put together a post full of links to tools for putting RSS feeds onto web pages. That page has been pretty popular, but I have not spent a lot of time maintaining it. Inspired by TechCrunch’s coverage of FeedoStyle , I have put together what I hope will be (after lots of reader contributions) of the definitive list, which you can find here. Please send me updates, suggestions, and your feedback on each of these tools.
- NewsGator Online REST API – There’s also a blog and plenty of docs.
- BaseCamp API – Once again, simple XML over HTTP.
- The Lost Gospel of Judas.
- Steve Rubel: RSS Appreciation Day – “Those of us who work in PR and use RSS feeds daily need to take some responsibility in getting everyone else on our teams using a feed reader.” Great idea, but why limit it to “those of us who work in PR?” Many of us don’t.
- RoboSavvy – “Taking home robotics to a new level.“
- Business Week: How to Wow ‘Em Like Steve Jobs – Handy presentation tips.
- Adam Green has been posting a series of OPML tutorials to his blog. Subjects covered to date include RSS elements, Link elements, and Text elements.
- gotAPI.com – API lookup service for 11 popular web APIs (HTML, CSS, HTML DOM, PHP, etc.).
- Open Formula – “OpenFormula is a specification for computed formulas (particularly spreadsheet formulas).“
- Is Your Ajax Application Secure Enough?
- Ajax Load Indicator Generator – This link and the previous one are both from the Ajax Blog.