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19. April 2005

Acting with local messengers
@ 16:51:57

Just got a surprise-visit of habi [1] at our office ;)

[1] http://habi.gna.ch/blog/

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27. January 2005

Got G-rated
@ 22:37:41

Gravatar
Every gravatar [1] submission is rated with an MPAA style rating [2] before it is made publicly available. This allows implementors to decide on the rating level that is suitable for their site. A "G" rated gravatar is suitable for display on all websites with any audience type. Nothing potentially offensive will be given this rating.
I need to add a gravatar plug-in in this blog I guess. ;)

[1] http://www.gravatar.com/rating.php
[2] http://www.mpaa.org/movieratings/

Update: As this blog runs still b2/cafelog/urs-häck, I will not be able to simply add-on those wordpress plug-ins. But worth mentioning anyway [3,4].

[3] http://www.noscope.com/journal/2004/12/favatars
[4] http://dev.wp-plugins.org/wiki/favatars

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16. January 2005

Sandro has a new blog
@ 15:24:37

Sandro Zic [1] has a new blog now [1].

[1] http://www.sandrozic.de/weblog

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31. December 2004

CC's second anniversary
@ 17:51:21

Creative Commons turns 2.0 [1]. Congratulations! There will be a party January 6th 2005 in San Francisco. We definitely should celebrate locally too. I will have a look where we could meet in Bern - what do you think about the Kornhaus Bar Turnhalle, Speichergasse 4, Bern [2]?

[1] http://www.lessig.org/blog/archives/002365.shtml
[2] http://www.circle.ch/wiki/CC-turns-2.0

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27. November 2004

Bloggermeeting in Bern
@ 18:58:09

Just come from the 1st edition of the Bloggermeeting [1] in Bern. It was nice meeting you [2].

[1] http://circle.ch/wiki/WikiAgenda.20041127
[2] http://blog.li/trash/2004/11/

Update: More of such: http://www.haslo.ch/permalink_469~ger

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26. November 2004

Habis 0.5%-chance to win a million
@ 10:37:38

Habi, I just wish You luck and smartness [1]. ;)

Update: Habi (the lucky one) on the stage with Mona Vetsch [2].

[1] http://habi.gna.ch/blog/archives/000477.html
[2] http://ch.tilllate.com/DE/picpage.php?fid=1667547

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06. November 2004

Blogger Meeting in Bern
@ 13:47:16

There will be a blogger meeting in Bern in about three weeks time [1]. I will try to attend it. To give it some dynamic I have left a note in the WikiAgenda and trackbacked this event from this post... Just playing ;)

[1] http://circle.ch/wiki/WikiAgenda.20041127

Update: It just seems that that Wiki trackback does not work anymore. The hosting partner switched to safe_mode which probably causes the problem. I will need to find a workaround.

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28. October 2004

If the FOAF file has moved
@ 12:29:15

A nice approach [1] using mod_rewrite if you moved your foaf file.
RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule foaf.rdf http://example.com/foaf.rdf [R=permanent]
[1] http://rdfweb.org/topic/FAQ

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28. September 2004

Plazes to be
@ 11:55:20

[via joi and chregu] plazes.com seems to become a luxury version of geourl [1].

[1] http://beta.plazes.com

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12. September 2004

Blogging is like a Cocktailparty
@ 12:51:49

Joi Ito is talking about blogging in the todays issue of the Sonntags Zeitung [1].
Sieben Millionen bloggen

Der Japaner Joichi Ito ist mit seinem persönlichen Journal (http://joi.ito.com ) ein Star unter den weltweit sieben Millionen Bloggern. Ito gründete Neoteny, eine Risikokapitalfirma für Onlinegesellschaften, sowie PSINet Japan und Infoseek Japan. Seine Favoriten sind der Gruppenblog «boingboing.net», der irakische Blog «Baghdad Burning» (http://riverbendblog.blogspot.com ) und der Blog aus dem Iran «editor:myself» (http://www.hoder.com/weblog ).
[1] http://www.sonntagszeitung.ch/dyn/news/multimedia/414514.html

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28. August 2004

Playing Skip-bo over the Network
@ 21:43:11

Just found a java implementation of Skip-bo which should run over a network [1]. Never mind if the manual says that the game only works on Windows, I have it running on OS X too ;-)
$ java -cp skipbo.jar skipbo.SkipBo
... or start skipnet_de.jnlp with Java Webstart. To configure an intranet game worked like this:

- PC1: start a Skip-Server on your local IP e.g. 192.168.0.5
- PC1: enter a Nickname
- PC2: search manually for a Skip-Server and enter the server's address: 192.168.0.5
- PC2: enter a Nickname

[1] http://www.java-freeware.de/skipbo/index.html
[2] http://www.java-freeware.de/downloads/downloads.html

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08. August 2004

Globalized recent changes for wikis
@ 15:15:48

recentchanges.net [1] provides a pingback-like wikiping-server allowing wikis to reported their recent changes. recentchanges.net offers a forum at http://forum.recentchanges.net to clarify issues of the further progress of the wikiping-interface.

[1] http://recentchanges.net

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19. July 2004

1grau - an Orkut clone in Spanish?
@ 23:21:56

Just don't remember how I fall over 1grau, but it looks a bit like "Orkut in Spanish" to me [1] ;-)

[1] http://www.1grau.com/minhapagina_blog.asp?usuario_id=70106958740

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02. June 2004

PEAR XML_FOAF package
@ 22:25:09

Daniel O'Conner [1] pointed out in a comment [2] on this blog, that PEAR now has a FOAF package to offer [3].

[1] http://my.opera.com/CloCkWeRX/journal/39
[2] http://www.circle.ch/blog/p909.html
[3] http://pear.php.net/package/XML_FOAF/

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14. May 2004

GeoURL on renovation
@ 17:06:02

The GeoURL [1] site is currently down for renovation. I am curious what it will look like and what features they present on their comeback.

[1] http://geourl.org

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17. March 2004

SharedID and talkr.net ideas
@ 17:40:07

Both, on SharedID [1] and talkr.net [2] have been quite some discussion over potential comment identification resp. authentication systems. The other day I reawakended my crosspost idea based on trust levels with FOAF [3]. SharedID has an interesting demo online, where "a service magically" retrieves your FOAF file to a give email address and finally completes a comment form with the appropriate user data [4].

What I would like here is a common service API to make that service compatible. Oh, no, I haven't forgotten about George [5] Orwell ;-)

[1] http://sharedid.com/sharedid/developers/
[2] http://erikbenson.com/entries/2004/02/23/talkrnet_proposal.html
[3] http://www.circle.ch/blog/p1362.html
[4] http://api.sharedid.com/api/default.asp?action=go
[5] http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0451524934

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Megapixel camera phones
@ 16:19:54

Nokia now has a 1 megapixel camera phone too; Nokia 7610 [1]. Sharp announced one earlier: Sharp GX 30 [2], which is Vodafone live! compatible.

Both phones still do not seem to support the Push-To-Talk (PTT) technology; textually.org has a whole lot of information about it [3]:
Instead of dialling a number, users will be able to highlight a name on their cell phone screen and press a button to talk to them instantly. No ringing, no waiting.

Similar to Instant Messaging, «Push To Talk» technology will allow users to create a liste of friends (who must first give their OK), enabling them to see who has their mobile turned on.
[1] http://www.nokia.com/nokia/0,,54665,00.html
[2] http://www.sharp.co.jp/corporate/news/040220.html
[3] http://www.textually.org/textually/archives/cat_ptt_pushtotalk.htm

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XFN to indicate personal relationship (lightweight FOAF)
@ 15:01:42

Get an impression on XFN [1] first:
XFN is a lightweight method of annotating links to indicate a personal relationship with the person responsible for the linked resource, and as such strengthens existing links in a manner that is both machine-readable and human-comprehensible.

Technically speaking, XFN is a relationship datatype with suggested values provided for ease of use in a wide variety of situations, including HTML, XHTML, and XML documents. Thanks to its simplicity and its foundation in existing specifications, it is very easily understood, and it is easily adopted by authors. By building upon the links that already exist in the Web, XFN complements existing information in place, as it were.
XFN in combination with CSS2 enables a very easy way to viszalize annotations. XFN is much easier to parse and handle and from that point of view, I am sure it will spread faster in conjunction with blogs as FOAF currently is doing. It is no replacement of FOAF but a gateway drug ;-p

[1] http://gmpg.org/xfn/

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15. March 2004

1st OPCOSO Thinkathon
@ 23:59:22

Did not manage to post something earlier; so here is a short summary on the 1st OPCOSO Thinkathon: Sandro Zic and others organized an Event to be held in the library of the Tübingen University to discuss mainly Open Source Business Models [1]. There were about 80 attendees - Journalists, Programmers, Open Source Evangelists and a lot more, such as Patrick Lemoine, VP Enterprise Business EMEA from MySQL AB. The keynote has been given by Prof. Dr. Herbert Klaeren from the University of Tübingen [2]. He gave us a good starting point with his review on the Open Source "history". The discussion before lunch was meant to gather topics on Open Source Business Models, Open Content, proprietary software, Licenses etc. to dig deeper into them after 1:30 p.m.

The Organizing Team did a very good job on glue all the different discussions from people with variuos backgrounds together. While discussing, Gregor [3] wrote down the statements to the IRC channel, which was shown in realtime in the plenum. Sometimes this gave like two "parallel" discussions; I like that idea a lot. Please visit the OPCOSO website for a final summary. Unfortunately I could not stay later that 6 p.m. since my train took five hours back to Bern.

Just to finish up; if you ever get the chance to attend such a Thinkathon [4]; go there!

[1] http://www.opcoso.org/OpensourceGeschaeftsmodelle
[2] http://www.opcoso.org/EventsThinkathonTuebingen2004Experten
[3] http://greg.abstrakt.ch
[4] http://www.circle.ch/blog/p1368.html

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08. March 2004

FOAF - Trust and Reputation
@ 01:03:22

Today I found the Trust and Reputation project homepage for FOAF [1]. You can now upload your FOAF file and rate the people you know resp. the ones you have listed in your file. There is a perl script to convert your addressbook to a textfile for an easier conversion to add to the FOAF file [1]. Give it a go and build your own Orkut; at least I could imagine some nice applications. I just had a random thought about a single sign-on management for online services. According to the trust given, my friends could be able or not to post to a certain blog, a calendar, a newsletter or what so ever... Just a thought to reawaken my crosspost idea ;)

[1] http://trust.mindswap.org/trustProject.shtml
[2] http://trust.mindswap.org/abScript.shtml

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27. February 2004

Are you owned by your blog?
@ 10:06:28

[via nob, 1] No, I do not know all my friends through blogging; some I do. No, my pet has not yet its own blog (need to get a pet first ;-) Yes, I think more people should blog... [1]


43.75 %

My weblog owns 43.75 % of me.
Does your weblog own you?


[1] http://nob.typepad.com
[2] http://www.wannabegirl.org/quiz/owned/

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12. February 2004

Going LOTS or an experiment in ridiculously easy group forming
@ 12:12:22

Sandro started an experiment for LOTS which was originally initiated by Sam Ruby for an OSCOM event; If you have a blog with ping- or trackback enabled just point to either of these addresses:

- http://www.zzoss.com/weblog/b2trackback.php/194
- http://www.zzoss.com/weblog/?p=194

Call it an Orkut-alternative if you like ;-)

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04. February 2004

BlueFOAF - Find Nearby FOAFs With Bluetooth
@ 00:06:09

[via mobilewhack, 1] Well, BlueFOAF finds nearby friends with via bluetooth; Edd [2] has written BlueFOAF with Python [3] for Linux. It is just a guess, but if the bluetooth in a Nokia 60 Series is accessible for Python, why should BlueFOAF not work on mobile phones?

So, if you do not know the person in a restaurant next to you, having his or her mobile phone with enabled bluetooth on the table, you might probably know one of his or her friends and get in contact that way. Imagine how that will stare at you, if you ask:
"Are you a friend of X?"
[1] http://www.mobilewhack.com/networking/bluetooth/bluefoaf.html
[2] http://usefulinc.com/edd/blog/contents/2004/02/01-bluefoaf/read
[3] http://svn.usefulinc.com/svn/repos/trunk/foaf-face/

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01. February 2004

Adds disturbing the Blog frontpage
@ 15:52:50

The ad banner, which was below the latest post, was kind of disturbing the whole frontpage of my Blog so I decided to remove it. Even though it would have helped to support this site I changed my mind. When I started blogging some years ago - at that time I called it "posting news" - I did not expect that anyone would ever read those snippets at all. Serious. It was more a digital post-it [1] notes like style of jotting down some of my ideas and enabling a resource for myself as well. Quite often I use the search feature of that blog to look up for something which I nearly forgot, that I ever wrote about it; by the way... I need to extend the search feature on both, the blog and the wiki. Thanx for reading and commenting...

[1] http://www.3m.com/office/postit/

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31. January 2004

charivari vor-premiere
@ 21:57:08



We are playing drums with the "chriesibuebe" [1] for the next two weeks.

[1] http://netzone.ch/chriesibuebe

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Davos Blogging Panel Videos
@ 10:32:08

Loïc Le Meur [1] added movies from the Davos Blogging Panel to his own blog. Haven't had the chance to look at all of them. Quite a piece of Blogging History ;-)

[1] http://www.u-blog.com/loic/note/57190

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28. January 2004

Eventually dropped your mail
@ 00:43:12

Well, if you wrote me a mail today and did not get an answer, then maybe you chose a topic that fitted to one of these:
  • 160 "deliver"

  • 132 "virus"

  • 57 "returned"

  • 38 "notification"

  • 11 "attachment"

  • 7 "message"

  • 5 "scan"
How was it the other day [1], when email was not yet existing?
1971 Ray Tomlinson (BBN) sends the first email (probably "QWERTYUIOP"), after having written a first FTP (File Transfer Protocol: "CPYNET") to send files from one ARPANET PDP-10 computer to another in his office. He choosed "@" to start the address after the name of the receiver.
I am sure to choose other ways of communication as soon as possible. Services like email seem to be antiquated. But probably it is not the service but the way they get taken over and manipulated by a certain kind of users. It is up to each of us taking occurrences like this as motivation to evolve new ways of communication.

It is time we get IPv6 and every wearable offers the possibility to access to the net so we can choose the most suitable "communication environment" depending on the situation.

[1] http://noosphere.cc/internet.html
[2] http://openmap.bbn.com/~tomlinso/ray/home.html

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27. January 2004

Technorati ping for cafelog/b2
@ 09:50:50

Fabrizio Tarizzo [1] contributed his implementation of a technorati ping function and configuration working for cafelog/b2 [2].

[1] http://www.fabriziotarizzo.org/?p=52
[2] http://developers.technorati.com/wiki/pingConfigurations

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05. November 2003

About blogging at the EPFL and social connotation
@ 22:29:25

The Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne has an official blog [1] based on MovableType and various partly active accounts [2].

On one of these sites I found a paper [3] written by Nicolas Nova [4] about Socio-cognitive functions of space in collaborative settings: a literature review about Space, Cognition and Collaboration. The paper is about social and cognitive functions of spatiality, gathered from various sources ranging from psychology (environmental, social and cognitive) to Human Computer Interaction.

[1] http://empc38.epfl.ch/blog/e-pfl/
[2] http://craftsrv1.epfl.ch/MT
[3] http://tecfa.unige.ch/~nova/CRAFT_report1.pdf
[4] http://tecfa.unige.ch/perso/staf/nova/blog/research.html

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31. October 2003

Social Software Mindmap
@ 15:41:44

[via connected selves, 1] Tom Smith [2] did some reflections on social software and jotted them down to a Mind Map.

[1] http://www.zephoria.org/snt/
[2] http://dev11.otherworks.com/theotherblog/Articles/2003/10/16/gyURQNVhnF

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People Aggregator + FOAF = Fun
@ 15:29:10

PeopleAggregator has opened registration now [1]. One can ask other persons to establish a relationship. There is an XML-RPC service to ping for the latest FOAF updated on PeopleAggregator; REST and SOAP will follow.
XML-RPC:
Send a request to http://ping.peopleaggreagator.com/xmlrpc/ for the method foafUpdate.ping with a single argument, the URL of the location of the FOAF RDF. See the online tester for details.
[1] http://peopleaggregator.com

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28. October 2003

FOAF walk on semaview
@ 09:14:30

The link to that application got lost in my documentation but now I re-found it; the FOAFwalk of semaview. Walk the tree of friends using FOAF [1].

[1] http://semaview.com/foafwalk/viewer.html?q=http://semaview.com/foaf/chris.rdf

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14. October 2003

Wildsou-Chilbi in Niederbipp
@ 12:55:46

Habe die Anzeige [1] soeben von einem Kollegen erhalten und fand es mitteilungswert:
Der Countdown läuft. Am nächsten Wochenende findet die Wildsou-Chilbi in Niederbipp statt. Partystimmung in der tropischen Wildsau-Schnee-Bar mit Livemusik und DJ's.

Verpflegungsmöglichkeiten in unseren Stüblis! (Fischessen, Raclette-Stube, Feuerwehr-Pinte, Horny-Stübli, Raser-Zelt, Kaffee-Stube, Hamme-Stübli, Feierabendtreff, Grotto-Italiano, Apéro-und Cüpli-Bar, Circus-Bar)

Lunapark, Herbstmarkt, Sau-Jass!
Für Details siehe Flyer auf besagter Homepage des Vereins. Die "tropische Wildsau-Schnee-Bar" tönt nach einer interessanten klimatischen Konstellation...

[1] http://www.scniederbipp.ch

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Upcoming - collaborative event calendar
@ 09:02:33

[via Ross Mayfield, 1] Upcoming a free - this is already a strong statement - collaborative event calendar. You will be able to enter events you are attending, comment on events entered by others, and syndicate event listings to your own weblog. The Tonis [3] danceclub already has an account there. The calender offers an RSS feed, which makes it simple to spread the good news.

So apart from feeds on past events or posts as found in most blogs, it would be nice to have a combined or separate calendar, which is able to import multiple event feeds and send a notification email just a day before the event. Have not looked around for an implementation in b2, but that is was I actually understand as a "calendar" function, to display upcoming events.

[1] http://ross.typepad.com/blog
[2] http://www.upcoming.org
[3] http://www.upcoming.org/venue/188/

Update:
- http://circle.ch/wiki?page=CalendarTools
- http://circle.ch/wiki?page=GroupWare

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03. October 2003

BloggerCon to take off
@ 16:48:04

BloggerCon will start tomorrow [1]. Talkes of Day 1 are about Blogging in Journalism, Education, Presidential Politics etc. while Day 2 is more on Technologies and side effects of Blogging.

Update: Joi got stealth-disco'ed while talking at BloggerCon. I wonder how the Professors at our University would react, when their students - oh no, I would certainly no do that, would I? - would come up with SD [2].

[1] http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/bloggerCon/
[2] http://www.seabury.edu/faculty/akma/HalleyJoi.mov

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23. September 2003

Funky and Recursive Blogroll-Finder
@ 14:26:48

Quite a while ago Mark has written a blogrollfinder [1] in Python. Finally the script brings up a list of People with blogs that his friends are reading, but not Mark himself, or in his own words:
And then it tallied up all the sites and sorted them by total number of links and compared it to my original blogroll and spit out a list of people whom my community is reading that I'm not.
[1] http://diveintomark.org/archives/2002/06/02/social_networks

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BloggerCon on the campus of Harvard Law School
@ 14:13:37

Just too sad that it is that far away:
BloggerCon [1] is a conference about weblogs on October 4 and 5 on the campus of Harvard Law School. The focus of BloggerCon is weblogs in journalism, education, science, business and politics. We're interested in people's experiences with weblogs, now that they've been in use for five or six years, depending on who you ask. This is not a technical visionary venue, nor is it a place for political activism. Our interest is in the use of weblogs. Of course technology and politics are related to the use of weblogs.
[1] http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/bloggerCon/

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21. September 2003

Voice over IP clients
@ 20:32:45

Phil Wolf [1] has it in use and I have not even heard about it; Skype [2]. Slashdot has an article on it too. Skype is yet another VoIP (Voice over IP) client software - currently provided freely - as a Beta version. The team behind this tool is based on Kazaa people and many of their implementations of details, such as the protocol are proprietary. The Slashdot discussion points out some alternative solutions. Speakeasy is one of them. John Walker - the founder of Autodesk - coded Speakfreely some years ago. John Walker [4] recently made a "End of Life Announcement" of this software as its first release dates back to 1991:
Speak Freely shows its age. The code is messy, difficult to understand, and very easy to break when making even small modifications. The Windows and Unix versions, although interoperable, have diverged in design purely due to their differing histories, almost doubling the work involved in making any change which affects them both.
But as John Walker opensourced the code, it is available for further development on Sourceforge. And if the
voip makes noise like cat > /dev/audio
... have a look at this thread [5] ;-)

[1] http://dijest.com/aka/2003/09/19.html#a2614
[2] http://www.skype.com
[3] http://slashdot.org/articles/03/09/14/2025203.shtml
[4] http://www.fourmilab.ch/speakfree/
[5] http://linux.derkeiler.com/Newsgroups/comp.os.linux.misc/2003-08/1023.html

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19. September 2003

PeopleAggregator has been launched
@ 14:00:23

[via Coronate, 1] Marc Canter is working on building a social network based upon FOAF - called the Peopleaggregator.com [2]. In his words
It's up - but just barely right now. Lots of interesting notions built into it - which I'll be covering - soon.
FOAF is about a Friend of a Friend, a markup language for relationships [3].

[1] http://www.corante.com/many/
[2] http://peopleaggregator.com
[3] http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/

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18. July 2003

Parsing for trusted FOAFs
@ 13:10:41

Having set up a new category "Crosspost", I will - after having come back from the Gurten Festival [1] - try to implement a parser to let chregu [2] crosspost to my blog.

[1] http://www.gurtenfestival.ch
[2] http://xml.mfd-consult.dk/foaf/explorer/?foaf=http://circle.ch/blog/foaf.rdf

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18. September 2000

Wie zitiere ich im Usenet?
@ 12:00:00

3. Zitatzeichen ("Quotezeichen")

3.1 Welches Zeichen soll ich als Quotezeichen verwenden?
Ein Größerzeichen (»>«). Dies wird von so gut wie jedem Newsreader als solches erkannt und ist auch technischen (Son-of-RFC 1036 und Nachfolger) und sozialen Regeln (Netiquette) so erwähnt.

... und vieles mehr:

http://learn.to/quote

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Wendy M. Seltzer
Christian Stocker
Roger Fischer
Sandro Zic
Wez Furlong
Ben Hammersley
George Schlossnagle
Joichi Ito
Lawrence Lessig
Derek Slater
Karl-Friedrich Lenz
John Palfrey
Bernhard A.M. Seefeld
Gregor J. Rothfuss
Rainer Langenhan
Elke Engel
Sebastian Bergmann
Simon Willison
Jeremy Zwaodny
Udo Vetter
Axel A. Horns
Miguel de Icaza
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Silvan Zurbrügg
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