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A better bit o’ twitter than the bitter twitter Tommy Titter bought
Just because everyone these days writes a Twitter client: This was actually a quick hack project to make up for the fact that I missed CocoaHeads tonight (due to a combination of an uninteresting phone call, and a decision to … Continue reading
Where are we going?
Recently, XML seems to have been playing an important role for me…I’ve been working with various XML-RPC frameworks, reviewing a book on XHTML (actually, a book on HTML 4 which occasionally reminds you to close elements) and also dealing with … Continue reading
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