Archive for January, 2006

A Feed Taxonomy

Friday, January 27th, 2006

I’ve heard it again and again over the last year: People with “RSS overload” complaining that their aggregator is swamping them with information. The same generality of RSS that has made it so ubiquitous has also exposed problems in any application trying to serve as a consumer for all RSS feeds. RSS/Atom can describe many […]

Leaving Cert. Students… meet Paul Graham

Thursday, January 26th, 2006

Here‘s this week’s inspiring read from the man himself, just in time for anybody who’ll be filling in their CAO this weekend. Read it yourself, but in short: Realise that work and fun are not exclusive. Aim to do what you love and you’ll be great at it, easily. If you don’t know what you […]

Widgety Goodness (Part I)

Wednesday, January 11th, 2006

Today I released the first version of OPod (Cue cease and desist letters from Apple). James has the scoop. I think I’m going to make this the first of a series of posts releasing widgets I’ve developed as parts of other projects. Things I didn’t know before starting this: Firefox allows frames embedded to a […]