Friday, August 22, 2003
Python Web Services is a site at SourceForge.net of free open source Python libraries for handling Web Services.
Thursday, August 21, 2003
This Weblog discusses a company that offers free digital security certificates.
SchemaLogic is another company applying semantic web technologies to integration issues.
Jeff Pollock is an interesting guy, I've read his articles before. He works in a company that is already applying semantic web technologies to data and application integration problems. In this blog he titled Pedantic Web or Semantic Web?, He defends the semantic web against detractors.
Applied Semantics, Inc. is a company selling products based on the semantic web - and was recently aquired by Google.
The Augmented Social Network is an idea that takes digital identity further than most discussions. From the abstract it strives for nothing less than a revival of democracy in the digital internet age.
Web services are going everywhere, even to cell phones. Look at Low Bandwidth SOAP [Aug. 19, 2003], for systems for using Web Services on cell phones.
xmlhack: libxml2 2.5.10 and libxslt 1.0.32 released may be a better way to do XML parsing and other processing in Python.
Wednesday, August 20, 2003
The WebTalkGuys World Radio web site has downloadable mp3 files of radio shows about the internet. CNET Radio Direct is another site that pushes 15 minute mp3 radio shows to a special program that plays, stores, and otherwise manages the files. In the FAQ, you can tell that this does not appeal to a lot of people.
Sun Microsystems has a collection of 'Net Talks' that can be listened to and watched when time permits.
Monday, August 18, 2003
AlwaysOn Home is a web site devoted to this idea, plus more.
In this article on the Brainbench site the author quotes Tom Peters on an idea that is just as good for employers as it is for employees, acting like an independent contractor.