XML-RPC Home Page. The source of wonderfulness. This is a set of standards that blogging uses that lets you construc remote procedure calls with XML encoding. Need to learn this.
Blog HOT or NOT. Another cool artifact of blogging. Rating others. There is an entire site devoted to it. I signed up all our sites. FWIW.
The W3C MarkUp Validation Service. How valuable. A free utility from the w3c to see if your html is OK. Interesting to see how well most sites do. Learned a bunch
Andromeda Streaming Jukebox: MP3 server for PHP & ASP
Clean up your Web pages with HTML TIDY. I keep making html ugly. Here is a beautifier.
Brad Silverberg. Another incredible site. PIR apparently mines information and trys to cross reference people. Does an amazing job with Brad Silverberg of course, but I’m not listed. Interesting idea. Basically it looks at citations in books and other periodicals to build a database of related folks. Cool.
AvaQuest People Mine. Wow interesting to see how Google information can be datamined. First example I’ve seen of a third party build on top of Google. Fun to run a query on your own name. It found Rich Tong and John Ludwig correctly!
Google Weblog. If you can believe it , an entire blog on what’s going on a Google. Again, thanks to blo.gs for helping. Blo.gs is really the google of blogs. Makes me wonder what google is in the world of blogs. There is lots more semantic information than links.
dive into mark. The most watched site on blo.gs. Very beautiful too. I like how he does his site map and also his graphics are very clean. Good thoughts on RSS, etc. as well. His titles for his navigation pane are great too. I must be getting to be more of blogger, I recognize more […]
blo.gs: most watched blogs. Pretty useful, here’s a list of the top twenty most “added to your favorites” blogs. You need that pesky fix blo.gs thing to get the nice + sign after them to add them. Next step is to use blogrolling to add them dynamically to the site.