Friday 22 November 2002 — This is over 20 years old. Be careful.
A quick spin of the blogosphere, and my head is spinning with new things to think about:
- Via Second p0st, I learned that XML-RPC for Python is part of the standard library. Who knew? It started me on a mental riff about the availability of technology to pragmatic hackers, which I’ll have to share another time.
- Via Textism, I learned that browsers can accept gzipped pages. Makes sense, I just hadn’t picked up on that factoid before. Maybe this is the reason to make all of my pages PHP.
- The always-prolific and interesting Mark Pilgrim rolls out a fabulous new web app: Recommended Reading. It’s like an Amazon Recommends, but for weblogs.
If only there were more time in the day!
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