links for 2004-11-22

Pingback 1.0 Pingback is a method for web authors to request notification when somebody links to one of their documents. Typically, web publishing software will automatically inform the relevant parties on behalf of the user, allowing for the possibility of automat (categories: Blog Spec)

links for 2004-11-22

Pingback 1.0 Pingback is a method for web authors to request notification when somebody links to one of their documents. Typically, web publishing software will automatically inform the relevant parties on behalf of the user, allowing for the possibility of automat (categories: Blog Spec)

links for 2004-11-20

A cool WYSIWYG digest tool for del.icio.us Wetaste.com can help you digest daily web readings without worrying about losing it someday. It’s a personal knowledge management tool, as well lifelong learning tool. (categories: 🙂 Cool Learning Tool del.icio.us) ShotgunGuide- Official Rules for Calling Shotgun Ever have the problem of catching a ride with someone whose […]

links for 2004-11-20

A cool WYSIWYG digest tool for del.icio.us Wetaste.com can help you digest daily web readings without worrying about losing it someday. It’s a personal knowledge management tool, as well lifelong learning tool. (categories: 🙂 Cool Learning Tool del.icio.us) ShotgunGuide- Official Rules for Calling Shotgun Ever have the problem of catching a ride with someone whose […]

links for 2004-11-19

WordPress Design Sandbox (categories: CSS WordPress) SlashFix Firefox Extension (categories: /. Firefox Slashdot) Easy naming and downloading of files This code ignores the question of what application/x-* type statements are in your web server’s config file, and whether or not these statements interact with the code used here. (categories: Perl) A pure Perl, vendor-independent, database […]

links for 2004-11-19

WordPress Design Sandbox (categories: CSS WordPress) SlashFix Firefox Extension (categories: /. Firefox Slashdot) Easy naming and downloading of files This code ignores the question of what application/x-* type statements are in your web server’s config file, and whether or not these statements interact with the code used here. (categories: Perl) A pure Perl, vendor-independent, database […]