My World Series Game 7 outline. This is guaranteed to be the last baseball game of 2002.
MSDN: The Argument Against SOAP Encoding. I have no idea what he's talking about, but he almost got the original intent of SOAP right. It's a simple way to call procedures running on other machines, on other OSes, written in other languages, using different economic systems, without being forced to pay a tax to Microsoft, IBM, Apple, Sun or the W3C.
Joi Ito: "When politicians who speak up against corruption get stabbed to death in front of their homes, you know you are in trouble."
I got shortcuts and macros working with my outliner and Movable Type, just in time for today's game outline. No neices today. They won the game yesterday, today, it's just me, my outliner, my buddies, Movable Type, and lots of prayer!
A disheartening Giants loss yesterday. The Giants led through most of the game, the Angels rallied, took the lead, and won. It's now a one-game series, that game to be played this evening starting at 5PM Pacific. Winner take all. It's doubtful I'll get anything else done today. I've seen some Giants fans give up. I guess that's part of being a Giants fan. Now is when it just starts to get exciting. Stay focused and don't forget to PRAY!
NY Times: "Baker's decision to cut short the most impressive outing of any starting pitcher in this series backfired tremendously."
Jake has figured out how to scan from TiVO to the Web. I must remember to ask him how he did this!
Weblogs.Com for RSS
Yesterday I released two updates for Radio that, if the 'public pings' feature is enabled, ping Weblogs.Com, not just for the HTML version of the weblog, but also for the RSS version. As the hours and days go by it gets more interesting as people update their weblogs, the new changes.xml file starts getting full of updates. I'm going to keep my eye on this over the next few days, and if you're interested in bootstraps, you may too.
This goes somewhere, with just one addition to your RSS file that points to the changes.xml file, you can tell subscribers that they don't have to poll you every hour, they can just poll the changes.xml file. This reduces net bandwidth by an order of magnitude, and that kind of economy is what we need to make this sucker scale.
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