Observer Review: Barbara Ellen meets the elusive Mr Brown

Observer Review – Barbara Ellen meets the elusive Mr Brown: What people are being asked to remember is that we are all part of one universe, that we have responsibilities to each other. OK, he supported the unforgivable Iraq War, but this quote (and interview) does make me think I could potentially vote Labour again. […]

Data syndication

There have been various developments in the last week, via Planet RDF, on the topic of data syndication using RSS/Atom. Edd Dumbill on iTunes RSS extensions; a handy review of the extensions they’ve added to support a “podcasting” directory. See also comments from Danny. Nearby in the Web, Yahoo! and friends are still busy with […]

Inside the Murky World of Make Poverty History

Indymedia UK – Inside the Murky World of Make Poverty History, article by Stuart Hodkinson (reposted from Red Pepper). Make Poverty History would seem an unprecedented success story. Uniting trade unions, charities, NGOs and a stellar-cast of celebrities, its cause is dominating media coverage while the campaign’s white wristband is being worn the world over. […]

Under Mars

Via Raed in the Middle, awful pictures from Iraq: Undermars.com. As I write, the site is barely getting any attention, according to Google News. Shannon Larratt’s Zentastic Blog claims some backstory: I want to be clear as well this is not a pro-war or anti-war or pro-Bush or anti-Bush site; it’s just an attempt to […]

“Mono : A Developer’s Notebook” kitabının yazarlarından ve XML.com yazrı Edd Dumbill ile söyleÅŸi…

Edd Dumbill was interviewed in the Turkish .NET site csharpnedir.com. Anlamsal web(semantic web) dünyada popüler olarak kullanılması hakkında ne düşünüyorsunuz? Edd: Türkçe : Anlamsal(semantic) web in bize saÄŸladığı zaten bir çok kullanışlı yönü var. Özellikle de konu alanlarının doÄŸal olarak kısıtlandığı organizasyonlarda bunu görmek mümkün. WWW(World Wide Web) ye baktığımız zaman küçük parça verilerin kullanılabilir […]