I’ve been extremely annoyed with and concerned about Optimal’s usage pattern that I’ve observed in the server logs. I had shut it down for a while to see if anyone noticed. No one did — except me. I wanted to see this OPML of all the BBC’s news feeds, so I turned Optimal back on.… Continue reading Optimal Browser Status Update
I think the Russian spies’ use of steganography is the most interesting part of this story. Happy to see media outlets starting to look into it.
Just finished upgrading to WordPress 2.3. Went off without a hitch — even converted my categories to tags. I did have one issue with that, though. For some reason, certain posts were marked “Uncategorized” while other retained only my default “Miscellany” category. I couldn’t detect the pattern. I had to “hand” edit the database to… Continue reading WordPress 2.3 Upgrade
Finally have a bunch of my link blogs posted. A little explanation, though. First, this is an OPML file, generated by NewsGator, filtered through sed, and displayed by Optimal. Second, I maintain these link blogs in FeedDemon and my own aggregator built on the NewsGator API. As of the latest version (ver. 2.5), FeedDemon automatically… Continue reading My Link Blogs
I guess I missed it, but at some point in the past few months OPML Workstation relaunched or rebranded itself IntelligentTeams. Maybe it was a soft launch? I don’t know. Maybe I’m just not as tuned in anymore. IntelligentTeams looks like a LAMP-based OPML Community Server (but I have no idea what the underlying technology… Continue reading OPML Workstation Now IntelligentTeams
I’m testing Dave Winer’s new web application: Yomoblog. It is a dead simple tool for creating, editing and categorizing blog posts from your web-enabled PDA.