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  Sunday, June 20, 2004

My hummus is number 1

My hummus recipe is Google's top search result for "hummus". That's weird.

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Atom format XML and escaped data

Andrew has an interesting discussion going on about escaped data under the Atom format.

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NY Times on 'Fahrenheit 9/11'

After seeing a mention from Dave and then Andrew, I decided to read the NY Times article about Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11". It's worth the read, especially on the third and final page where the Moore team's fact checking is dicussed in detail.

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Brent Simmons and Frontier

Brent Simmons posted a set of dream app requirements if Frontier goes open source. One of the best:

Anyway... my dream app goes back to that earlier vision of Frontier. To bring it up-to-date, there are a few things I’d love to see: Python

Python supported in the same fashion as UserTalk would be great, especially for Radio, the sister product. That could allow easier enclosure retrieval, a breakout possiblity for weblog tools.

But, what is Radio really? Is it a development environment? Is it a weblog tool? Is it a scripting environment? Well, it's all of those things, but what should it do?

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