A daily collection of linky goodness.
As of yesterday GRDDL, pronounced “griddle”, is a World Wide Web Consortium recommendation. GRDDL allows one to describe in a standard way how to map information between different XML formats. The acronym stands for “Gleaning Resource Descriptions from Dialects of Languages”, which describes exactly what the standard facilitates.
Near-Time integrates wikis, weblogs, and file-sharing to deliver the fastest ROI for your collaboration investments.
great write-up of the coworking movement!
proposal for prefixing microformst classnames. Not sure i buy it.
AntiRSI is a program for Mac OS X that helps prevent RSI (repetitive strain injury) and other computer related stress. It does so by forcing you to take regular breaks, yet without getting in the way. It also detects natural breaks so it won’t force too many breaks on you.
The purpose of this web page is to provide a central resource list of published work on human factors in computer security.
A great summary of available web apps for non-profits.
An attempt to convert microformatted data in JSON.
Fair use exceptions to U.S. copyright laws account for more than $4.5 trillion in annual revenue for the United States, according to the Computer and Communications Industry Association.