Lately, Dave Winer has been doing a lot of thinking. Dave has been around for a while, so when he starts thinking about interesting questions, we should all be listening. However, I am not saying that we should be agreeing with him, just reading and forming opinions. First, Dave complains about mobile apps and how […]

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Technologists have a tendency to focus on the technologies being used during a project. Many people would use the newest or most hyped technologies in order to stay ahead, or even just to use it as a learning experience. I have been in the software development industry long enough to know that technology is not […]

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Data, context and analysis has come up a lot lately. I talked about data and context about a month ago when people were arguing about JSON vs. XML. The problem at that time was that people were comparing data formats instead of potential usage: As with any programming problem, different requirements and different contexts may […]

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Three companies have been making changes to the way people use the web. I am not talking about mobile devices as they still use the same basic internet that desktops and laptops use. I am talking about Google, Facebook, and Twitter. Each of these companies is trying to own something in the future infrastructure of […]

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When you are on the internet, acronyms rule. If you frequent some of the social media sites, the acronyms become more prevalent. More importantly, the acronyms become the backbone of some of your favorite sites. Some of the acronyms that you will see are JSON, RSS, and Atom. These things are important because they are […]

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