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Cloud Computing (4) 
6/30/2012Has the notion of “files” outlived its usefulness?
3/1/2009Is Google App Engine the wrong product for the market?
1/27/2009Asking "should we trust the cloud" is like asking "should we trust horseless carriages"
1/22/2009Cloud Computing Conundrum: Platform as a Service vs. Utility Computing

Comics (1) 
3/7/2007Captain America is Dead!

Competitors/Web Companies (160) 
11/18/2013Greed is Good: Why Google has Broken Many of its Promises about the Integrity of the Search Engine Results Page
7/3/2013Google: We’re Not Even Pretending to be the Good Guys Anymore
11/17/2012Twitter and Facebook: The Search for a Google-like Business Model
7/10/2011Google+ is the new FriendFeed
11/8/2010Competing with Facebook: How Twitter gets it right and FourSquare gets it wrong
7/15/2010Some Thoughts on Quora
4/10/2010Twitter Slaps Developers in the Face and How They Can Fix It
2/15/2010Google Buzz vs. Google Wave
2/15/2009How Google's layoffs and project cancellations are affecting it's culture of innovation
2/7/2009Breaking down the walled garden: Some thoughts on Facebook embracing OpenID and opening up status update APIs
2/4/2009Big Ideas are not as important as Good Ideas
12/7/2008Google Friend Connect vs. Facebook Connect: Google's Fear of Facebook will be their Undoing
12/1/2008Facebook Connect: Does Issuing Passports Make Facebook A Country?
10/24/2008Some Thoughts on OpenID vs. Facebook Connect
10/11/2008Search Ads vs. Organic Results: Google's Conflict of Interest
10/4/2008The Facebook Exodus: No Co-Founder Left Behind
9/15/2008The Significance of Google Chrome
9/1/2008The Comic Book: Google Unveils "Chrome" It's Open Source Browser
8/21/2008Some Thoughts on Amazon's Elastic Block Store
8/12/2008Application Rewrites after Acquisitions: How Large Software Companies Destroy Startup Value
8/3/2008Paul Graham, Changing the World and "Built to Flip" Startups
7/28/2008Google's Assault on Wikipedia
7/23/2008What You Can Learn from the Facebook Redesign
7/21/2008Software as a Service: When Your Business Model Becomes a Paradox
7/14/2008Project Cassandra: Facebook's Open Source Alternative to Google BigTable
6/6/2008Thoughts on Facebook's usage of the CPAL as a "Poison Pill" and Other Such Nonsense
6/2/2008Will Twitter be the Next Friendster?
5/17/2008Some Thoughts on Facebook Connect, Google Friend Connect and MySpace Data Availability
2/23/2008Slashdotters on Google's Foray Into Health Services [pic]
2/13/2008Yahoo! Layoffs: How Screwed Up is Yahoo?
2/1/2008Microsoft Proposes Acquisition of Yahoo! for $31 a Share
1/27/2008The Facebook Javascript Library: Learning from the Beacon Fiasco
1/23/2008Facebook Restricts News Feed APIs to Facebook Apps
1/3/2008Facebook Right, Scoble Wrong: Social Network Interoperability and the O'Reilly Social Graph FOO Camp
12/19/20072007: The Year Google Jumped the Shark
12/13/2007Some Thoughts on the Opening of the Facebook Platform Architecture
12/9/2007Is Facebook to Blame for Privacy Violating Beacon Affiliates?
12/9/2007Facebook: Placing Needs of Developers Over Needs of Users
12/5/2007Facebook SocialAds are Evolution, Search Ads are the Revolution in Advertising
12/1/2007Facebook Beacon is Unfixable
11/27/2007Some Thoughts on the Facebook Beacon
11/11/2007SocialAds Implications: Facebook will Acquire iLike and Flixster
11/8/2007Facebook vs. Facebook Developers: When Platforms Attack
11/7/2007Google Stops Shipping Products, Starts Shipping FUD
11/3/2007Google OpenSocial: Technical Overview and Critique
11/2/2007Some Thoughts on MySpace, Bebo and SixApart adopting OpenSocial
11/1/2007Google Transforms into Microsoft of Old
10/31/2007OpenSocial: Google Proposes Widget & RESTful API Standards for Social Networking Sites
10/26/2007Who Will Acquire the Widget Makers?
10/17/2007Can the Facebook News Feed be Made More Useful?
10/13/2007Sarcastic Responses to Dumb Questions (Erick Schonfeld Edition)
10/4/2007Facebook Hates Fakesters Too
10/4/2007"Office is Dead" and Other Obvious Trends
10/2/2007It Must Be a Fun Time to Work on Microsoft Office
10/2/2007Thoughts on FriendFeed, Brainchild of the creators of Gmail and Google Maps
9/19/2007How Facebook Makes Identity Theft Easier
9/5/2007MySpace: How To Devalue a Platform in Three Easy Steps
8/30/2007Plaxo Pulse: Imitation is the Sincerest form of Flattery
8/28/2007Facebook Makes Token Attempt to Curb Application Spam
8/27/2007Why Google Should be Scared of Facebook
8/22/2007Windows Live and Bebo: Social Network Portability, IM Interoperability and More
8/18/2007Google Working on Social Network Aggregator
8/13/2007A Proposal for Social Network Interoperability via OpenID
8/6/2007Some Thoughts on Open Social Networks
8/2/2007What is a "Cloud OS"?
7/30/2007Your Website's UI is Synonymous with Your Brand
7/24/2007A Broadband Connection in Every Pot: Vint Cerf on Google's Vision
7/17/2007Google Cookie Expiration Policy Changes: Too Little, Too Late
7/13/2007Facebook is the next Broadcast.com
7/12/2007The Man Who Knew Too Much
7/9/2007Lessons on Innovation from Google
6/20/2007Facebook: The Power of Software that Knows Who You Know
6/12/2007I Need a Stevey Yegge Translator
5/31/2007Google Gears: Offline Support for AJAX/Flash Apps
5/28/2007Doing Evil to the Internet: Google and Yahoo! Promote Domain Squatting
5/18/2007Microsoft Acquires aQuantive for $6 Billion
5/17/2007Robert Scoble's Faulty Analysis of YouTube Purchase
5/16/2007Google Universal Search bug?
5/10/2007Has Overuse of Bayesian Analysis Screwed Google Search?
5/9/2007What is Java FX Answered by Don Park
5/5/2007Some Thoughts on Recent Yahoo! News
4/29/2007Terry Semel and the Halo Effect
4/12/2007Some Free Advice for Photobucket
4/6/2007Google MyMaps vs. Frappr: A Feature Isn't a Business
4/4/2007Quick Links from London Heathrow
3/30/2007Bandwidth Theft and Hotlinking vs. Mashups
3/29/2007Some Thoughts on the Yahoo! Mail Web Service
3/18/2007Search Engine Bribery: iTWire Needs to Get Its Facts Straight
3/15/2007Amazon S3 & EC2: What's the Endgame?
2/27/2007Facebook's Announces FQL for Developers
2/27/2007How Big is the Health Related Search Market?
2/26/2007Entropy in Tagging Systems, Google's Office Killer and Conference Diversity
2/25/2007Blog Rants as Bug Reports
2/12/2007Googlegate and Founders' Awards
2/1/2007Flickr Competitors Flock Like Vultures
1/26/2007Cool Celebrity Questions on Yahoo! Answers
1/26/2007Flickr Adds Machine Tags
1/23/2007What is Rob Weir (and IBM's) Agenda with the OOXML Bashing?
1/16/2007Google's Month of Security Flaws
1/16/2007IE 7, Firefox and the Search Wars
1/13/2007Queries Google isn't Good at Answering
12/27/2006Google's Strategy Tax: Integrity of Search Results vs. Ads vs. Cross Promotion
12/19/2006Google Kills Search API
12/15/2006Two Perspectives on Life at Google
12/11/2006Embracing De-Portalization: Internet Toll Booths as the New Hotness
12/6/2006Widgets and Protecting Your Brand
11/30/2006Yahoo! Continues Trend of Slower, Buggier AJAX Makeovers
11/30/2006Competing with Google is Like the War in Iraq
11/22/2006Google Office: The Gloves are Off
11/21/2006What Do Yahoo Employees Think of the "Peanut Butter Manifesto"?
11/20/2006YouTube, Please Fix Your Site
11/19/2006Thought Experiment: What if Microsoft Stopped Competing with Google?
11/11/2006Is "Relevance" a Relevant Metric of Search Engine Quality?
10/30/2006Don't Compete on Their Terms
10/25/2006Yahoo! Bookmarks Evolves, del.icio.us Still a Niche Service
10/24/2006Custom Search Engines: Google Coop, Live Search Macros and Yahoo! Search Builder
10/16/2006Google + YouTube: The Winner's Curse in Effect?
9/30/2006Yahoo Launches Browser Based Authentication (BBAuth)
9/28/2006Life at Google and the Talent Myth
9/27/2006Kevin Briody on Facebook Opening Up
9/25/2006Froogle Dies, What Should Google Kill Next?
9/13/2006The Google/Intuit Deal
9/13/2006MySpace Craps on Its Developer Ecosystem
9/6/2006Negative User Response to Facebook's New Features
9/6/2006Are MySpace's Pageview Numbers Inflated?
9/1/2006Greg Linden on Google's Personalized Search
8/31/2006VCs Running Scared of Google
8/28/2006Kiko sold
8/28/2006Amazon Becoming Utility Computing Power House
8/28/2006Google Apps for Your Domain vs. Office Live
8/24/2006Flickr API Weirdness
8/19/2006Paul Graham was Surprised by Google Calendar?
8/17/2006Exclusive Website Partnerships in the Age of Open APIs
8/16/2006The Facebook has an API
8/3/2006Digg is Just Like Kuro5hin and now it has an API
8/1/2006Tag Clouds and Search Boxes aren't Navigation Tools
7/28/2006Google Builds SourceForge Competitor
7/27/2006Hadoop and Misunderstanding "Commoditizing Your Complements"
7/24/2006New York Times on Google, Yahoo, MSN & AOL
7/18/2006Follow Up to Skype Protocol Cracking Story
7/15/2006On GData and Hailstorm
7/13/2006Web Services Versioning - Google Style
7/10/2006Operations Expertise is the Secret Sauce of Web Development
7/7/2006Yahoo! Working on Open Source GFS Clone?
6/30/2006Google and Identity 2.0
6/23/2006PhotoBucket Bigger Than Flickr?
6/19/2006Adobe Comments on PDF in Office Brouhaha and Microsoft Responds
6/19/2006Inside Look at Working at Google or Hoax?
6/19/2006del.icio.us Still a Niche Service?
6/17/2006Startups Based on Targetting Users of Successful Online Services
6/15/2006AOL's Digg-Killer
6/8/2006O'Reilly Database War Stories Highlights
6/6/2006Joe Wilcox on Google Spreadsheet
6/2/2006Mark Cuban as Chicken Little
5/24/2006Innovation, A/B Tests and the Microsoft Experimentation Platform
5/17/2006Startups as Research for Big Companies
5/10/2006GMail vs. Outlook/Exchange
5/3/2006Is YouTube Making the Friendster Mistake?
5/2/2006Danny Sullivan on Google's Complaints about IE 7 Defaults
4/25/2006Ian McAllister on Rapleaf's Fatal Flaws

Current Affairs (31) 
2/15/2009How Google's layoffs and project cancellations are affecting it's culture of innovation
1/25/2009Are we living through a deflationary spiral?
10/13/2008When Designing Systems Always Factor in Human Nature
10/11/2008TechCrunch Turns Into FuckedCompany 2.0
10/9/2008A Fool's Errand: Stabilizing House Prices
10/7/2008It's Money in the Mattress Time
10/1/2008A Blast from the Past: 1999 NY Times Article Foreshadowing Credit Crises
8/14/2008John McCain: An Example of Cognitive Dissonance
7/21/2008PodTech: What Happens When You Misunderstand the Long Tail
7/8/2008Freedom of Speech Doesn’t Mean Freedom from Consequences
12/9/2007Is Facebook to Blame for Privacy Violating Beacon Affiliates?
8/28/2007Three Down, Two to Go
8/27/2007The Internet is a Dead Platform and Mark Cuban is a Dinosaur
6/23/2007Mike Arrington: Then and Now
2/16/2007Social Media...WTF?
2/12/2007The Marketing for the Upcoming Iran Invasion Heats Up
1/7/2007The Virtue of Closed Platforms: Album Sales Slump while Ringtone Sales Soar
11/28/2006Cut and Run vs. Stay the Course
11/14/2006Drunken Frat Boys Sue Borat
10/31/2006Windows Live Quick Hits
10/18/2006They Hate Us For Our Freedom
2/13/2006U.S. Congress Considers Banning U.S. Technology Companies from China
1/29/2006I Thought Democracy was the Answer
1/26/2006Personally Identifiable Information and Online Services
1/21/2006MSN Search and the DOJ Subpoena
1/10/2006http://www.google.com/ig/dell
1/4/2006Luke 6:41
12/9/2005Harold Pinter on the United States
10/24/2005Some Thoughts on Google Print
10/9/2005Understanding Web 2.0
9/3/2005The Aftermath of Katrina and Some Related Thoughts

Das Blog (3) 
1/18/2004Posting to a dasBlog weblog from w::bloggar
10/10/2003The Top 3 Features I Want To Add To dasBlog
10/8/2003First Post From DasBlog

dasBlog (1) 
3/11/2009Congratulations, you've installed dasBlog with Web Deploy!

Life in the B0rg Cube (197) 
1/20/2014My Experiences with DevOps while Working in Bing Ads
11/11/2013Stack Ranking: Why are Amazon, Facebook and Yahoo copying Microsoft's performance review system?
11/13/2012Steven
9/17/2011Video of my talk “Powering your app with Live Services” from Microsoft BUILD conference now available
9/14/2011Single Sign On, SkyDrive APIs and More: Connecting your Windows 8 Metro-style apps to Windows Live #bldwin
6/3/2011BUILD: I’ll be there and if you’re a web developer you should be too
8/27/2010Lessons from Google Wave and REST vs. SOAP: Fighting Complexity of our own Choosing
1/18/2009Dealing with the Seven Year Itch, Working at Microsoft and a few thoughts on the Google Hiring Process
12/17/2008Wanna Work With Me?
11/3/2008Windows Azure from a Developer's Perspective
9/22/2008danah boyd Joining Microsoft
8/11/2008Managing Large Web Server Farms: Microsoft's AutoPilot
6/29/2008The GOOG->MSFT Exodus: Working at Google vs. Working at Microsoft
6/19/2008How Do You Find the Best Employees for Your Company?
5/17/2008Two Key Issues that often Hinder Collaboration Between Teams in Large Companies
3/5/2008Indefinite Hiatus
2/21/2008Microsoft Announces Data Portability Principles for Office 2007, Exchange Server 2008, Office Sharepoint Server 2007, and Windows Server 2008
2/12/2008To Mini-Microsoft: On Building Software Experiences that Delight Users
2/3/2008MSFT + YHOO: Question for the Armchair Quarterbacks
2/1/2008Microsoft Proposes Acquisition of Yahoo! for $31 a Share
10/2/2007Dinosaur Country redux
8/1/2007MSFT Investment Needs More Patience?
7/16/2007Windows Home Server ships
7/5/2007Stupid Things Big Companies Do
6/29/2007RE: Life at Google - The Microsoftie Perspective
6/27/2007Thoughts on Microsoft's Online Strategy
6/7/2007Microsoft's "Back to the Future" Spoof Video
6/4/2007One Perspective on Microsoft vs. TestDriven.NET
5/31/2007Surviving WinFS: How LINQ to SQL Came to Be
5/25/2007No Microsoft PDC This Year
5/18/2007Microsoft Acquires aQuantive for $6 Billion
5/17/2007Microsoft's Open Source Patent Claims: Interview with Bill Hilf
5/5/2007Some Thoughts on Recent Yahoo! News
3/28/2007How Do We Fix Microsoft?
3/22/2007The Org Chart for Microsoft's Online Businesses
3/7/2007Michael Gartenberg Leaving Microsoft
2/26/2007Entropy in Tagging Systems, Google's Office Killer and Conference Diversity
2/18/2007Vision vs. Shipping Code
12/9/2006Social Software for the Enterprise: Sharepoint's Knowledge Network
12/8/2006Jon Udell Joining Microsoft
11/28/2006The Risk Averse and the Indentured
11/25/2006Back and Forth on the Vista Shutdown Menu
11/9/2006The Press on Zune and PlaysForSure
10/19/2006Top 5 Signs Your Project is Doomed
10/3/2006Counterproductive Internal Hiring Practices
9/30/2006What's Ray Ozzie Talking About?
9/29/2006Unspeakable
9/28/2006Life at Google and the Talent Myth
9/1/2006It's That Time of Year Again
8/21/2006Intern Experiences
8/8/2006Niall Kennedy Leaving Microsoft
8/8/2006Some Thoughts on the Death of NDoc
8/8/2006We Need More People Like Dare?
7/21/2006Meeting Hell
7/19/2006Every Bad Decision Has a Good Reason Behind It
7/5/2006Robert Scoble on the Harm Caused by Mini-Microsoft
6/27/2006WinFS Update Post Clarified
6/26/2006Some Thoughts on WinFS
6/19/2006Microsoft: End of the Road?
6/15/2006End of an Era...
6/12/2006Robert Scoble: First Corporate Face Transplant?
6/12/2006Product Management vs. Program Management at Microsoft
6/11/2006Good Luck, Robert
6/6/2006Working Here is Like Working at a Startup. Not.
5/23/2006Microsoft Products and the Geek Demographic
5/23/2006Microsoft Towelgate: When Companies Turn on Themselves
5/19/2006Microsoft Listens to Mini-Microsoft
5/1/2006Items of Interest [Mostly Microsoft and Google Related]
4/24/2006Our Org Chart is Fucked Up
4/24/2006New Features aren't Innovation
4/18/2006Announcing JobSyntax
4/4/2006Words Microsoft Has Killed
3/28/2006Your Passion Underwhelms Me
3/17/2006John Battelle Wants to Break Microsoft Up
1/27/2006Wanna Change the World of Social Software? We're Hiring!!!
1/15/2006The Microsoft Way
1/10/2006Does Microsoft Use Managed Code?
1/7/2006Fire & Motion: The Trouble with Competing with Google
1/6/2006Dinosaur Country
12/19/2005Mac IE's Death: A Case for Microsoft Disbanding or Transfering the Windows IE Team
12/15/2005Don Demsak on XSLT 2.0 and Microsoft
11/20/2005Microsoft and Offshoring
11/20/2005Office Live: Evolve or Die
11/14/2005Branding: Microsoft vs. XBox
10/16/2005Reposting a Comment on Microsoft and Accountability
10/9/2005Middle Management and Accountability
10/2/2005Some Thoughts on the Mini-Microsoft blog
9/22/2005Losing Friends
9/20/2005Microsoft Reorg: Jim Allchin Retiring, MSN Merges with Windows Division
9/20/2005Microsoft's Innovation Pipeline
9/16/2005Business Week: Troubling Exits at Microsoft
9/2/2005On Moving On From Microsoft in 5 Years
8/13/2005Raises in Dilbert Comics Better Than Those at MSFT?
8/10/2005Internet Explorer 7: Web feeds vs. RSS
7/22/2005On Not Getting an Offer After a Microsoft Interview
7/21/2005Microsoft and Recruiting
7/20/2005Microsoft Sues Google Over Employee Defection
7/10/2005Microsoft and Innovation: Always Ahead of It's Time or Bad Marketer?
6/28/2005Microsoft Announces AJAX Toolkit Codenamed "Atlas"
6/20/2005Ten Ways to Improve Productivity and Morale at Microsoft
6/2/2005Microsoft's Ball & Chain
6/2/2005Notes from CFP 2005 birds of a feather on 20% Time
5/21/2005RSS vs. Atom: Episode #2472
5/20/2005RSS and AJAX as Disruptive Technologies
5/19/2005Microsoft Missing the Boat on Programming Language Trends
5/17/2005Some Thoughts On IBM's Blogging Guidelines
5/9/2005Microsoft licensed Mvp.Xml library
5/6/2005How Good is Microsoft's Benefits Package?
5/6/2005Microsoft Listens to Employees
5/2/2005Microsoft Careers -- Meet Our People: Dare
4/24/2005On Microsoft and the Anti-Discrimination Bill
4/19/2005Robert Scoble's Guardian Angel Leaving Microsoft
4/17/2005Evan Williams Meets Jim Allchin: WebDAV, Windows XP and MSN
3/29/2005Some Thoughts and Questions About Google 20% Time
2/27/2005A Brief Comment on http://www.msnfound.com
2/27/2005Is Blogging About Work Risky Business?
2/26/2005Is Microsoft's Entrance into the Anti-Spyware/Anti-Virus Market Predatory?
2/22/2005Microsoft isn't Evil it's Just a Spoiled Brat
2/9/2005Microsoft Research Social Computing Symposium 2005, April 25-26
2/9/2005We're Hiring
2/5/2005Michael Brundage on What it's Like to Work at Microsoft
12/20/2004A Babe in the Woods
12/12/2004White Elephants and Ivory Towers at Microsoft
12/8/2004XML Heavyweights Migrate to Redmond
11/11/2004The Transition is Complete
11/2/2004What's The Most Dilbert-esque Cost Cutting You've Experienced?
10/24/2004New Beginnings
10/24/2004The New Strategy Tax
10/13/2004Upcoming Changes to System.Xml in .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2
10/11/2004On Compatibility Between XAML and Xamlon
9/24/2004Mouth Wide Shut: Underpromise and Overdeliver
9/16/2004Questions To Ask Interviewers During Your Microsoft Job Interview
9/6/2004On Cost Cutting: Penny Wise, Pound Foolish
9/3/2004More Information on the XPathDocument/XmlDocument Change in Whidbey beta 2
9/3/2004Transitions
8/28/2004Jesus Walks
8/25/2004The MSDN Camp vs. The Raymond Chen Camp
8/3/2004Transcripts of Online Chat with Microsoft XML Team
7/15/2004Bang! Bang! My Baby Shot Me Down
7/4/2004Post Mortems, Reorganizations and the Dilbert Principle
7/4/2004Breaking Changes in System.Xml from v1.1 to v2.0 of the .NET Framework
6/24/2004What Would You Like To See in System.Xml in Orcas/Longhorn?
6/19/2004Online Chat with Microsoft XML Team
6/18/2004Some Thoughts on Joel Spolsky's "Microsoft Losing the API War"
6/15/2004Objects vs. XML in WinFS Land
6/4/2004Jumping on the Cluetrain and Legal Liabity
6/3/2004Would You Like to Work for the XML Team at Microsoft?
5/26/2004The .NET Developer Community vs. the Java Developer Community
5/22/2004RSS, Atom and Microsoft
5/18/2004Blogging at Microsoft Backgrounder
5/18/2004Publishing Articles on MSDN vs. Blogging
5/15/2004Why You Won't See XSLT 2.0 or XPath 2.0 in the Next Version of the .NET Framework
5/6/2004Design Guidelines for Exposing XML in APIs for Whidbey/Longhorn
5/3/2004Robert Scoble on MSDN Losing Its Sense of Direction
5/2/2004Microsoft Stifling Competition in the Developer Space?
4/27/2004My Interview with Channel 9
4/26/2004Joel Spolsky on Scoble as Microsoft's Fifth Column
4/20/2004Seeking the Perfect Online Discussion Forums for Microsoft Technologies
4/14/2004Static classes in C#
4/14/2004The Problem with Dates, Timezones and XmlConvert
4/12/2004How Microsoft MVP Nominations Work
4/10/2004Hanging Out with the XML MVPs and a Channel 9 Interview
4/6/2004Channel 9 is Live
3/12/2004Better Together vs. Release Early, Release Often
3/7/2004On Software Patents
2/28/2004Bloggers at Microsoft
2/18/2004Introductions: My Day Job
2/15/2004Everything's Xen
2/8/2004Dave Winer at Microsoft
2/7/2004Writing is Therapeutic
1/28/2004Validation and XML APIs
1/27/2004The Newly Awarded Microsoft XML MVPs
1/27/2004An Anders Review
1/21/2004Lots of Hats
1/19/2004Tomorrow is one of Those Days
1/13/2004Out of the Mouths of Microsoft Executives
1/6/2004Forward Motion
12/29/2003On Euphemisms: XML Web Services & SOA
12/24/2003On Blogging About Unreleased Technology
12/23/2003One of the Most Difficult Tasks in Software Development: Choosing Good Names
12/23/2003Installing Whidbey
12/17/2003Tips for Ward Cunningham on His Move To Microsoft
12/15/2003Censoring Benchmarks?
12/1/2003Bashing Your Head Against A Brick Wall
11/27/2003The Thrifty Billionairre
11/25/2003Using the Right Tool for the Job vs. One Size Fits All
11/18/2003Confusing Features with Functionality
11/13/2003When You Have A Hammer Everything Looks Like A Nail
11/10/2003The First WinFS Blogger Surfaces
11/9/2003Joe Gregorio on LongHorn vs. the Light of Day
11/5/2003How Does One Describe Universal Types?
10/31/2003On Jon Udell's Replace and Defend Theory
10/30/2003What's New For XML Programming Models in the Next Version of the .NET Framework
10/28/2003Indigo
10/27/2003Answers To Some Questions About XML in Whidbey
10/18/2003Damned If You Do and Damned If You Don't
10/10/2003Almost Standard Compliant

Mindless Link Propagation (185) 
2/15/2010Google Buzz vs. Google Wave
2/9/2009Alex Payne on the problem with email clients
11/26/2008A Comparison of Amazon, Google and Microsoft's Cloud Computing Offerings
9/28/2008jQuery to Ship as Part of Visual Studio
9/22/2008danah boyd Joining Microsoft
6/1/2008Cat Woman Lives...in Nigeria
2/27/2008Race to the Bottom [pic]
2/1/2008Why You Shouldn't Use Wireless at Conferences
1/17/2008Greg Linden Joins Microsoft Live Labs
10/2/2007eBay's Skype Misadventure
8/9/2007RE: Where Are The Black Tech Bloggers?
7/26/2007IBM Proves That They Invented FUD and Other Snarky Tales
7/12/2007The Man Who Knew Too Much
7/5/2007Stupid Things Big Companies Do
7/3/2007Five Bad Ideas from the Past Five Days
6/23/2007Ten Things I Found Funny This Week
6/7/2007Microsoft's "Back to the Future" Spoof Video
6/5/2007Improving Website Usability with A/B Testing
5/24/2007Five Blogs I'm Currently Enjoying
5/23/2007Congratulations to FeedBurner
4/11/2007Personals from Nigeria
4/4/2007Best Idea Ever. Seriously.
4/4/2007Quick Links from London Heathrow
3/19/2007danah boyd on Narcissism and Twitter
2/19/2007Inspired by Windows Vista
2/15/2007411 is Dead to Me
2/15/2007Looks Like I Missed an Upgrade or Two
2/13/2007Ads: Vista vs. Mac OS X
2/5/2007A Collection of Links on Monday Morning
1/31/2007Worst Implementation of Object.Equals() Ever?
1/28/2007Link to Robert Scoble's Blog or the Kitten Gets It
1/26/2007Cool Celebrity Questions on Yahoo! Answers
1/18/2007Five Unrelated Links
12/19/2006The Ten Worst iPod Accessories
12/15/2006Two Perspectives on Life at Google
12/13/2006What A Difference Six Months Make
12/6/2006Miguel De Icaza on the Novell's OpenOffice "Fork"
11/27/2006Web 2.0 isn't Jargon
11/21/2006Cosmo Kramer: Don't Interrupt the White Man
11/16/2006Pete Lacey's "The S stands for Simple"
11/16/2006CNN Shilling for Apple?
11/5/2006Upcoming Conferences
10/31/2006Intimate Details of the Google/YouTube Deal
10/19/2006The Difference Between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0
10/18/2006It's Their Fault We Shipped iPods with Viruses on Them
10/18/2006They Hate Us For Our Freedom
9/26/2006Q: How Buggy is iTunes 7?
9/7/2006Inline Search for Internet Explorer
8/4/2006BusinessWeek Jumps the Shark
7/7/2006Yahoo! Working on Open Source GFS Clone?
6/30/2006Maybe I Shouldn't Get That Windows Live Tattoo
6/22/2006Tim Berners-Lee on Net Neutrality
6/20/2006Hire Joe Gregorio
6/2/2006Mark Cuban as Chicken Little
5/24/2006Poverty in America
5/17/2006Migrating Content from One Blog to Another
5/17/2006Startups as Research for Big Companies
5/12/2006Blogging from Word 2007
5/2/2006Danny Sullivan on Google's Complaints about IE 7 Defaults
5/1/2006Items of Interest [Mostly Microsoft and Google Related]
4/20/2006Google is Yahoo 2.0
4/18/2006Announcing JobSyntax
4/17/2006David Sifry and Technorati Get On My Nerves
4/16/2006My Prayers Have Been Answered
4/10/2006Mark Pilgrim is Back
4/5/2006Schedule Chicken
4/5/2006Why Reporters Suck
3/27/2006ajaxWrite not actually an AJAX application
3/17/2006Omar Rejoins the iPod Fold
3/4/2006"Blogosphere" is a stupid word
3/2/2006I Can't Tell if this is Funny or Sad
2/28/2006YouTube: How Long Before It's Shut Down?
1/25/2006Google to Censor Search Results in China
1/24/2006WordPerfect to Support Microsoft Office Open XML Formats
1/23/2006One for the Ladies
1/10/2006Jakob Nielsen argues Google is Evil
1/4/2006Futurama Returns?
1/3/2006Some Posts on Microsoft's Stock Woes
12/16/2005Tim Berners-Lee is blogging.
12/13/2005Scaling Up and Startups redux
11/27/2005Misunderstanding How the World Wide Web Works
11/23/2005Orb.com is a bad ass service
11/14/2005XBox 360: List of Backwards Compatible XBox Games Released
11/4/2005The Internet Ad Revenue Imbalance
10/20/2005Being Black in America
10/10/2005The Nazgul
10/1/2005Office 12 will support PDF
9/22/2005The Grim Meathook Future
9/18/2005Donald Knuth vs. the W3C HTML Validator
9/16/2005Business Week: Troubling Exits at Microsoft
8/25/2005Sign Up for GMail via Your Mobile Phone
8/24/2005Yesterday in Instant Messaging News
8/20/2005This Week in Web Search
8/20/2005More People Ditch Technorati
8/16/2005Beta Testers Claim Visual Studio.NET 2005 is too Buggy to Ship this Year
8/14/2005The Technorati Top 100: A Lesson in How Not to Calculate Weblog Popularity
7/15/2005Why I Watch "Being Bobby Brown"
7/6/2005You Find Interesting Stuff on Slashdot
7/6/2005World of Warcraft Coke Commercial
6/14/2005Union Talk: Video Game Developers vs. the Screen Actors Guild
6/10/2005DHTML Lemmings: Most Fun I've Had Online in Years
6/2/2005Notes from CFP 2005 birds of a feather on 20% Time
5/31/2005Trixie - Greasemonkey for Internet Explorer
5/18/2005The One Where I Disagree with Steve Ballmer
5/15/2005When did Blogrolls Become Evil?
5/9/2005Phil Haack Announces Subtext, A Fork Of .TEXT
5/5/2005Top 5 Sites That Need To Get RSS Feeds
5/2/2005Happy Birthday, Dave
4/28/2005Random MSN Spaces Stuff
4/21/2005The End of the Quest for the Perfect RSS reader
4/20/2005A Cynical View of PR and Blogging
4/19/2005Laurie Garrett on the Decline of Journalism in America
4/3/2005An interesting glimpse at the MSN Spaces community
3/8/2005Most Amusing and Insightful Commentary on the Google AutoLink Saga Yet
2/17/2005Funniest Thing I've Seen All Year
2/14/2005The Perfect Geek Valentine's Day Gifts
2/10/2005It's On Now
2/9/2005MSN Spaces Tips and Tricks
1/6/2005Bill Gates on MSN and Social Software
1/6/2005My First Mention in the Wall Street Journal
1/2/2005More on Google and Open Source
12/30/2004Google and Open Source
12/27/2004Talk About Lack of Perspective
12/24/2004When Does Managerial Interest Become Micro-Management?
12/24/2004A Tale of Christmas Woe
12/7/200450 Cent Leaves Nigeria Before Completing Concert Tour
11/29/2004Bloggers Are Dumb: Target, Anal Massages and Marijuana
11/20/2004250MB Inbox and Photo Sharing Come to Hotmail Users
11/16/2004Halo 2 and the Audiovox 5600
11/10/2004Oh Happy Day
11/3/2004Vote Or Die Redux
10/22/2004Same Story, Different Delivery
10/3/2004Wallop Invites
9/6/2004Stomp
8/22/2004We Had To Destroy The Village To Save It
8/14/2004Building an XmlSerializer in Javascript
8/12/2004Two Minute Hate
7/15/2004Microsoft Responds to Sun’s Web Service Benchmarks
7/14/2004The Mini-Microsoft Blog
7/6/2004My Insomnia Place
7/4/2004Lossless CDs vs. Lossy MP3s
6/23/2004Method & Red
6/3/2004XML Web Services != Distributed Objects (part 2)
5/31/2004Review of Free RSS Readers for Windows
5/28/2004Document-centric.NET Article on XML.com
5/25/2004Donald Rumsfeld: Shaolin Master
5/15/2004Mexican Air Force Captures UFOs On Film
5/11/2004Collaboration Software
5/11/2004No Leg Left To Stand On
4/20/2004XPath for the HTML DOM in Internet Explorer
4/20/2004Living Up To Stereotypes
4/14/2004New William Hung Video
3/24/2004MSDN Magazine Article on Blogging and RSS
3/15/2004The Microsoft Technical Recruiting Weblog
3/15/2004Geekiest Wedding Proposal of All Time?
3/9/2004A Look Behind the Scenes at Real Networks
3/9/2004From the Creators of Halo Comes...
3/9/2004Staged Beefs and Faked Reality TV Shows
3/7/2004What Did the Five Fingers Say to the Face?
3/5/2004Elimidate Wins Another Convert
3/5/2004What A Vote For Ralph Nader Really Means
3/2/2004How To Opt Out of Credit Card Junk Mail
2/26/2004Aaron Swartz on Anti-Truths
2/17/2004Slashdot Puts A Human Face On Outsourcing
2/8/2004MSN Search beta
2/4/2004Which American Presidential Candidate Best Aligns With Your Views?
1/28/2004Mike Rowe - Young Entrepeneur
1/25/2004More African-American Silliness
1/19/2004Why I Read "Get Your War On" Weekly
1/13/2004The ServerSide.NET Launched
1/13/2004The Dork Watch Reviewed
1/13/2004My Yahoo! To Support RSS?
1/10/2004Why I Read "The Boondocks" Daily
1/9/2004The Effects of Walmart on Corporate Outsourcing
1/6/2004The Bad Fads Museum
12/31/2003I Want This T-Shirt
12/29/2003American Celebrities Hawking Goods in Japan
12/27/2003Another Example of Why Economics is a Crock
12/27/2003As We Suspected All Along
12/23/2003Modal Dialogs, Applications That Steal Focus and Other Pet Peeves
12/12/2003I Don't Know Whether To Laugh Or To Cry
12/1/2003How Has Hair Color Changed Your Life?
12/1/2003Name Your Product Carefully
11/30/2003Life Imitates SouthPark
11/14/2003iPods Anonymous

Movie Review (13) 
9/5/2007Monday was a Good Day: Bumbershoot and Rush Hour 3
7/12/2007Movie Review: Transformers
5/18/2007New Transformers Movie Trailer
5/14/2007Spider-Man 3 (aka A Night at the Roxbury 2)
8/1/2006My Super Ex-Girlfriend and Miami Vice
5/31/2006Movies I've Seen This Year
6/20/2005Movie Review: Batman Begins
3/20/2005Movie Review: Robots
11/9/2004The Incredibles: Pixar Does It Again
9/19/2004Ghost in the Shell 2 mini-review
2/15/2004Everything's Xen
11/25/2003Finally Saw Matrix Revolutions
10/18/2003Movie Review: Kill Bill Vol. 1

MSN (127) 
11/4/2009New MSN Homepage with Activity Streams from Windows Live, Facebook and Twitter
1/30/2009Live Search Firefox Add-On with Search Suggestions
6/2/2008Live Search Gives Wikipedia Some Search Results Love
6/27/2007Thoughts on Microsoft's Online Strategy
6/7/2007WhyWillYouWorkHere.com
6/5/2007MSN Soapbox Now Open to the Public
2/16/2007MSN Reporter: Microsoft's Digg Clone?
2/15/2007MSN SoapBox in Public Beta
12/12/2006On Windows Live Re-Rebranding as MSN
11/28/2006Happy Holidays - All Hotmail Users Get 1GB Inbox
11/22/2006Poorly Researched Article on 10 Worst Internet Acquisitions Ever
11/19/2006Thought Experiment: What if Microsoft Stopped Competing with Google?
11/13/2006MSN SoapBox Team is Blogging
9/27/2006"My Name is Ikechukwu" on MSN Soapbox
9/19/2006SoapBox on MSN Video in beta
2/17/2006MSN AdCenter team is blogging
1/12/2006On Recent Availability Issues with MSN Spaces
11/3/2005Microsoft Acquires FolderShare
11/3/2005Clone the Google APIs: Kill That Noise
11/2/2005Windows Live & Me
11/1/2005Windows Live
10/26/2005MSN Search Announces MSN Book Search
10/24/2005MSN Spaces & XBox 360
10/18/2005MSN Virtual Earth Team Seeks Feature Requests for Next Version
10/17/2005MSN Spaces and the Technorati Top 100
10/12/2005Microsoft and Yahoo! Announce IM Interoperability Agreement
10/11/2005Overview of the Features of the Hotmail "Kahuna" Beta
10/10/2005Signup for the Hotmail Public beta
10/1/2005Integrating MSN Virtual Earth and MSN Messenger
9/30/2005Where is the MSN Toolbar for Firefox?
9/26/2005MSN AdCenter Launches in France and Singapore
9/23/2005http://mail.start.com ?
9/21/2005Videos of MSN's AJAX Framework and new Hotmail UI on Channel 9
9/15/2005Microsoft Gadgets, Start.com and Innovation
9/13/2005Start.com and Microsoft Gadgets
9/13/2005MSN Developer Center on MSDN Launched
9/13/2005Late Breaking MSN Sessions at the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC)
9/10/2005More Details on MSN Developer Announcements
9/8/2005MSN Sessions at the Microsoft Professional Developer's Conference (PDC)
9/1/2005Start.com starts to take shape
9/1/2005MSN Search Adds Feed Search and Other Operators
8/31/2005Microsoft Purchases VOIP Company To Boost MSN Messenger's Capabilities
8/28/2005Google Talk: Disappointment or Another Example of Fire & Motion?
8/25/2005MSN's Vision for Social Software
8/23/2005Omar Shahine on MSN's AJAX Framework
8/16/2005Joe Wilcox on MSN Spaces
8/16/2005Moving Beyond the Basics: Scott Isaacs on AJAX Design Patterns
8/15/2005MSN Mobile Betas
8/13/2005Some Thoughts on MSN Filter
8/10/2005MSN Spaces Powertoys Launched: HTML and Windows Media Player Modules
8/3/2005Don't Believe The Hype
7/29/2005The Fruits of My Labor
7/25/2005Hacking MSN Virtual Earth - Seattle Movie Finder
7/22/2005This Week in MSN Betas: MSN Shopping, MSN Screensaver and Start.com
7/22/2005XML Web Services and Service Orientation: Does Microsoft Practice What It Preaches?
7/21/2005The Women Who Build the Blogging Tools We Love
7/18/2005Using Tagging To Track Feedback about MSN Search
7/17/2005Forbes on Yahoo! and Microsoft's anti-spam efforts
7/13/2005Hacking MSN Virtual Earth
7/8/2005Update on Blog Posting APIs and MSN Spaces.
7/8/2005Mark Burnett's "Rockstar: INXS" on MSN
7/5/2005Last Week in APIs for Online Mapping Services
6/30/2005Extending the power of MSN Search Toolbar with Windows Desktop Search
6/23/2005Of What Use Are Search Engine APIs?
6/21/2005Beta of MSN Local Search Debuts
6/15/2005Wall Street Journal Reviews MSN Spaces, Blogger & Yahoo! 360°
6/15/2005SMS to IM Conversations in MSN Messenger
6/14/2005MSN Spaces and China
6/12/2005Shelley Powers on Microsoft's InfoCard
6/10/2005MSN Search Toolbar Adds Tabbed Browsing to Internet Explorer
6/4/2005The Next Version of Start.com is Out
6/1/2005On the Petition for Dealing with Abusive Comments on MSN Spaces
5/27/2005MSN and Yahoo: Toe to Toe
5/24/2005MSN: The Inside Story
5/24/2005Bill Gates Announces MSN Virtual Earth
5/19/2005MSN Spaces and Start.com at the Syndicate Conference
5/16/2005Final Version of MSN Search Toolbar with Windows Desktop Search Released
5/12/2005Creating a Search Engine That Excludes Blogs Using MSN Search RSS Feeds
5/12/2005Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery
5/12/2005MSN Acquires MessageCast
5/3/2005Explaining Why Old Posts on MSN Spaces are Marked as New in Bloglines
5/2/2005Classifying Users of Social Networking Applications
4/28/2005MSN Messenger and Hotmail blogs
4/28/2005Random MSN Spaces Stuff
4/24/2005Fun with XMLHttpRequest and RSS: Browsing Photo Albums on MSN Spaces
4/21/2005MSN Spaces Reviewed in the Wall Street Journal
4/17/2005Evan Williams Meets Jim Allchin: WebDAV, Windows XP and MSN
4/15/2005Jealousy Rears Its Ugly Head
4/12/2005MSN Spaces: A Contender
4/7/2005MSN Messenger 7.0 Released
4/7/2005MSN Spaces Comes out of Beta
4/3/2005An interesting glimpse at the MSN Spaces community
3/31/2005The Universal Inbox
3/29/2005Passport Renaming: Changing the email address associated with an MSN Space or MSN Messenger account
3/22/2005MSN Messenger Buddy List Limit Doubled
3/21/2005What Are We Building?
3/21/2005Find Out More About MSN's Web-based RSS Aggregator at Start.com
3/14/2005MSN Spaces: Blogging++
3/10/2005MSN Prototypes Web-based RSS Reader and Other Interesting Stuff
3/5/2005MSN Developer Network?
3/3/2005The Sorry State of Affairs in Weblog APIs
3/1/2005Integrating Instant Messaging and Email: Been There, Done That
2/27/2005A Brief Comment on http://www.msnfound.com
2/9/2005We're Hiring
2/9/2005MSN Spaces Tips and Tricks
1/27/20055 Things I'd Like To See Fixed In MSN Spaces
1/18/2005MyMSN Supports RSS and Atom Aggregation
1/17/2005On 1.5 million MSN Spaces created in less than 1.5 months
1/12/2005MSN Search Supports RSS
1/11/2005Photo Sharing with MSN Premium and MSN Spaces
1/6/2005Bill Gates on MSN and Social Software
12/31/2004Social Software: Finding Beauty in Walled Gardens
12/22/2004A Solution to Problems with MSN Messenger Contact Cards and Deleted Spaces
12/16/2004MSN: The New Hotness
12/15/2004The Long Tail, Blogging and MSN Spaces
12/14/2004Liz Lawley Reviews MSN Spaces
12/14/2004Some Thoughts On the MSN Toolbar Suite Beta
12/6/2004Analysts on MSN Spaces
12/6/2004Censorship and MSN Spaces
12/5/2004A Note on Deleted Spaces
12/3/2004Why MSN Spaces and not MSN Blogs?
12/2/2004What Blog Posting APIs are supported by MSN Spaces?
12/2/2004Top 5 Things I Dig About MSN Spaces
12/2/2004MSN Spaces Launched
11/20/2004250MB Inbox and Photo Sharing Come to Hotmail Users
11/12/2004MSN Search (beta) Already Better Than Google in Some Searches?
11/11/2004The Transition is Complete

Music (20) 
9/11/2007Justin Timberlake's FutureSex/LoveShow
9/5/2007Monday was a Good Day: Bumbershoot and Rush Hour 3
8/1/2007R. Kelly's "Trapped in the Closet Chapters" 13-22 Coming Soon
4/29/2007Music from my Trip to Nigeria
1/18/2007Lil Wayne Sells Out DJ Drama
12/28/2006My Top 5 Wishlist for Zune in 2007
12/5/2006Welcome to the Social
11/6/2006Zune vs. iPod Nation
9/22/2006Cesar Menendez on Zune and "Viral DRM"
9/19/2006DRM and Vendor Lock-in
9/18/2006YouTube Screws Weird Al?
9/17/2006Why Apple Didn't Give away the Razor and Charge for Blades
9/14/2006Zune Officially Announced
9/12/2006"My Name is Ikechukwu" and "Delicious" on YouTube
6/20/2006Country Fried Dare
12/14/200550 Cent: Unintentionally Hilarious
12/5/2005Crunktastic
8/23/2005Kanye West's Talentless Ass on the Cover of Time Magazine
7/18/2005G-G-G-G-G-Unit: Anger Management 3
7/5/2005Top 5 Hip Hop Diss Tracks of All Time

Office Live (8) 
11/22/2006Google Office: The Gloves are Off
8/28/2006Google Apps for Your Domain vs. Office Live
4/6/2006Office Live Now Open to All U.S. Residents
3/14/2006Office Live team is Blogging
2/16/200637 Signals on Office Live
2/15/2006David Hunter on Office Live
2/15/2006Office Live is Live
2/14/2006Joe Wilcox on Office Live

Personal (54) 
9/10/2012New Job: Some things change, some things stay the same
4/12/2009Happy Easter
3/18/2009This still happens to me
3/7/2009Some thoughts on being an 'underwater' home owner and walking out on a mortgage
1/25/2009Are we living through a deflationary spiral?
1/18/2009Dealing with the Seven Year Itch, Working at Microsoft and a few thoughts on the Google Hiring Process
1/3/2009My Holiday Project: A Twitter Search Engine Built on Windows Azure
11/5/2008My Son on Halloween
10/18/2008Another Addition to the Family
10/12/2008Is Bloglines On Life Support?
10/9/2008A Fool's Errand: Stabilizing House Prices
10/7/2008It's Money in the Mattress Time
3/5/2008Indefinite Hiatus
2/7/2008Can Someone Update My Wikipedia Entry?
12/26/2007Congratulations to Justin Rudd
12/19/2007I Signed Up for Twitter
12/9/2007Trash the Dress
12/5/2007Songs About Cars
11/14/2007Wedding Day Pictures
10/26/2007New Addition to the Family
10/9/2007Wedding Weekend and Honeymoon Pictures
9/5/2007Monday was a Good Day: Bumbershoot and Rush Hour 3
7/16/2007Weird Dream I Had Last Night
6/23/2007Did I Tick Off 214 People Last Weekend?
5/16/2007Seeking Good Games on XBox 360
5/1/2007Define: Servant
4/29/2007Pictures from My Trip to Nigeria
4/29/2007Music from my Trip to Nigeria
4/4/2007Quick Links from London Heathrow
3/28/2007What Should I Read on my Flight to Nigeria?
3/15/2007Trackback Spam
3/13/2007Wikipedia: Who's Your Daddy?
3/10/2007Wikipedia is a Giant Joke
3/8/2007Upcoming Outage
2/23/2007Back from Disneyland
2/15/2007Learning and Doing New Things
1/25/2007How Should I Torture My Girlfriend this Weekend?
1/13/2007Queries Google isn't Good at Answering
12/31/2006The Year the Blog Died
12/20/2006Five Things People Don't Know About Me
12/5/2006I Like It, They Discontinue It
10/16/2006RE: He Bought Houses for the Whole Village
10/9/2006Meeting Bill Gates
10/5/2006What a Way to Start the Morning
9/12/2006"My Name is Ikechukwu" and "Delicious" on YouTube
7/25/2006Prince Adam Wore Pink
7/9/2006Dialogue from My Life: Out of the Mouth of Babes
7/2/2006The Kenny Chesney Concert
6/20/2006Country Fried Dare
6/13/2006There Goes the Down Payment on My First House
5/31/2006Movies I've Seen This Year
5/9/2006Blogging isn't a Popularity Contest
5/8/2006Growing Up
4/17/2006Simplifying Your Life

Platforms (58) 
7/15/2012Some Thoughts on App.net
10/14/2010On Messenger Connect being out of beta and my new gig
4/29/2010Messenger Connect announced
4/10/2010Twitter Slaps Developers in the Face and How They Can Fix It
6/4/2009Developers on Google Wave
5/11/2009Some thoughts on using the Facebook Open Stream API
10/31/2008Platform Monetization is a Two Way Street: Lessons from Facebook and Sun Microsystems
10/27/2008Microsoft Announces Windows Azure
10/19/2008Cloud Computing and Vendor Lock-In
10/1/2008Windows Server on Amazon EC2?
9/28/2008User Experience is ALL that Matters
9/8/2008The 3 Laws of Platform Adoption: Why Developers Choose Platforms and What it Means to You
8/24/2008Best Practices for Web Sites Seeking to Prevent Service Degradation due to 3rd Party Widgets
7/14/2008Project Cassandra: Facebook's Open Source Alternative to Google BigTable
7/10/2008The Revenge of RPC: Google Protocol Buffers and Facebook Thrift
7/7/2008Gnip: FeedBurner + Ping Server for Web APIs
7/2/2008Some Thoughts on Google Adopting OAuth for GData APIs
6/6/2008Thoughts on Facebook's usage of the CPAL as a "Poison Pill" and Other Such Nonsense
5/30/2008Google Gears as the Next Flash
5/28/2008Doomed to Repeat History: Will Social Networking Platforms End Up Like Mobile Platforms?
2/16/2008ADO.NET Data Services (Astoria) Adopts AtomPub
2/3/2008Some Thoughts on the Google Social Graph API
2/3/2008Some Thoughts on the Movable Type Action Streams Plugin
1/27/2008The Facebook Javascript Library: Learning from the Beacon Fiasco
1/23/2008Facebook Restricts News Feed APIs to Facebook Apps
1/4/2008Should Hotmail Block Screen Scrapers?
12/30/2007REST APIs that Suck: Google Reader
12/21/2007Amazon SimpleDB: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
12/13/2007Some Thoughts on the Opening of the Facebook Platform Architecture
12/9/2007Facebook: Placing Needs of Developers Over Needs of Users
11/8/2007Facebook vs. Facebook Developers: When Platforms Attack
11/6/2007Building a Platform is Hard
11/4/2007OpenSocial Explained in Five Sentences
11/3/2007Google OpenSocial: Technical Overview and Critique
11/2/2007Some Thoughts on MySpace, Bebo and SixApart adopting OpenSocial
10/31/2007OpenSocial: Google Proposes Widget & RESTful API Standards for Social Networking Sites
10/26/2007Which is better for developers, the Firefox platform vs. Facebook platform?
10/24/2007OutSync: Synchronize Your Outlook/Smartphone Contacts with FaceBook
10/20/2007If You Fight the Web, You Will Lose.
10/18/2007Social Networking Site Platforms: How Developers Should Evaluate the MySpace platform (and others)
10/16/2007The Web is the Platform: On Microsoft's Social Graph API Strategy
10/10/2007When Databases Lie: Consistency vs. Availability in Distributed Systems
10/10/2007One Protocol to Rule Them All and in the Darkness Bind Them
10/4/2007Joel Spolsky on Why the Facebook Platform is the Future of the Web
9/12/2007Some Thoughts on CouchDB and Relational Databases
9/5/2007MySpace: How To Devalue a Platform in Three Easy Steps
8/19/2007The Problems Faced by a Unified Social Graph
8/17/2007Thoughts on the Facebook Data Store API
8/14/2007Some Thoughts on Hadoop
8/13/2007A Proposal for Social Network Interoperability via OpenID
8/2/2007What is a "Cloud OS"?
7/5/2007ASP.NET Caching vs. memcached: Seeking Efficient Data Partitioning, Lookup, and Retrieval
6/26/2007Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: Lessons in Building Scalable Systems
6/26/2007Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: Using MapReduce on Large Geographic Datasets
6/25/2007Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: MapReduce, BigTable, and Other Distributed System Abstractions for Handling Large Datasets
6/23/2007Moonlight: Silverlight for Linux in 21 Days
6/19/2007Marc Andreessen: The GoDaddy 2.0 Business Model
5/26/2007Initial Thoughts on the Facebook Platform

Programming (57) 
1/20/2014My Experiences with DevOps while Working in Bing Ads
1/3/2012What I Learned After 3 Weeks of Writing Mobile Apps
9/17/2011Video of my talk “Powering your app with Live Services” from Microsoft BUILD conference now available
9/14/2011Single Sign On, SkyDrive APIs and More: Connecting your Windows 8 Metro-style apps to Windows Live #bldwin
9/27/2009Duct Tape Programmers and the Culture of Complexity in Software Projects
3/7/2009There are no bad design decisions…
1/3/2009My Holiday Project: A Twitter Search Engine Built on Windows Azure
12/12/2008In Response to "Is Computer Science Broken"?
11/8/2008C# is the Next Python: Duck Typing and C# 4.0
9/8/2008The 3 Laws of Platform Adoption: Why Developers Choose Platforms and What it Means to You
8/31/2008Developers, Using Libraries is not a Sign of Weakness
8/4/2008Avoiding the Second System Effect in Software Development
7/10/2008The Revenge of RPC: Google Protocol Buffers and Facebook Thrift
6/16/2008Functional Programming in C# 3.0: How Map/Reduce/Filter can Rock your World
5/21/2008C# 3.0 Implicit Type Declarations: To var or not to var?
2/7/2008How to Probe Browser History Using Javascript in IE and Firefox
1/23/2008C# 3.0 vs. Ruby: Thoughts on Extension Methods and Open Classes
1/8/2008Finding Names that are Anagrams of Each Other in C# 3.0
1/5/2008Python vs C# 3.0: Tuples vs. Anonymous Types (Redux)
1/2/2008Does C# 3.0 Beat Dynamic Languages at their Own Game?
1/2/2008A Memetracker in C# 3.0
12/31/2007Command Line Client for Google Reader in IronPython
12/30/2007REST APIs that Suck: Google Reader
12/13/2007Natural Sort in IronPython vs. C# 2.0
12/9/2007Microsoft Volta: Turning Traditional Web Development On It's Head
12/5/2007Tuples are my Favorite Python Feature
11/26/2007A Meme Tracker in IronPython
11/24/2007Interested in "Python for C# Developers?"
11/21/2007The Joy of Programming: Learning Python and Simplifying Life
10/10/2007When Databases Lie: Consistency vs. Availability in Distributed Systems
10/5/2007On the Release of the Source Code of the .NET Framework Libraries
9/11/2007If You Document It, It's No Longer a Bug
8/9/2007C# Generics: Implicit Type Conversion Hell
7/20/2007Versioning Libraries: You Can't Eliminate Complexity...
7/5/2007ASP.NET Caching vs. memcached: Seeking Efficient Data Partitioning, Lookup, and Retrieval
6/23/2007What is the Right PM<->Developer Ratio?
6/23/2007Moonlight: Silverlight for Linux in 21 Days
6/6/2007Google Gears: Replacing One Problem with Another
5/25/2007Apollo Makes Desktop Apps Cool Again
5/22/2007Understanding Adobe's Apollo
5/3/2007What is Silverlight? (The Poster)
4/30/2007C# from a Java Developer's Perspective v2.0
4/11/2007The Difference Between Hard Coding and Magic Numbers
3/22/2007Top Ten Signs Your Software Project is Doomed
3/5/2007API Hall of Shame: Lucene's IndexReader and IndexWriter
3/2/2007I Hate URI Canonicalization
2/8/2007InvalidActiveXStateException and Remembering Open Browser Tabs on Restart
1/31/2007Worst Implementation of Object.Equals() Ever?
12/20/20062006: The Year Microsoft Gave Up on Consistent UI
11/8/2006.NET Framework v3.0 is out
9/8/2006It Seemed Like A Good Idea at the Time
9/7/2006This Week in Dynamic Languages on Statically Typed Virtual Machines
9/7/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Why Some Favicons Won't Show Up in RSS Bandit
9/1/2006(thread.Priority = ThreadPriority.BelowNormal) is Bad?
8/19/2006Jon Udell on Open Sourcing XAML and WPF/E
8/8/2006Some Thoughts on the Death of NDoc
6/12/2006WinFX is Dead. Long Live .NET Framework v3.0

Ramblings (144) 
9/27/2009Duct Tape Programmers and the Culture of Complexity in Software Projects
6/16/2008Branding: You Can't Be Everything to Everyone
6/14/2007Top 5 Questions I'm Currently Pondering
5/22/2007Kill the Cash Cow Before Your Competitors Do. Really?
12/5/2006I Like It, They Discontinue It
11/5/2006The Economy of Abundance and Other Fairy Tales
8/31/2006The Essence of "Web 2.0"
7/31/2006Top 5 Bozo Bit Phrases in Email
6/11/2006Interesting Consequence of Google<->Dell Deal?
2/27/2006Blogs Make Me Happy, Blogs Make Me Sad
2/21/2006Pet Peeves
2/6/2006Firefox Annoyance
1/6/2006New Year Resolutions
12/31/2005Why are Movies with Similar Themes Released at the Same Time?
12/13/2005Accurate Reporting and the Blogosphere
11/25/2005Brand X vs. Brand Y: Social Effects and Competition in the Software Indistry
11/23/2005My Thinkweek Paper
10/29/2005I'd Be An Annoying Parent
10/17/2005My Blog and Safari on the Mac
10/14/2005Diversity and O'Reilly Conferences
8/13/2005Back in Seattle
7/24/2005Going Home
7/12/2005My Wikipedia ToDo List
7/6/2005Some Thoughts on the Live 8 Concerts
6/14/2005Gnomedex 5.0: I'll Be There
6/5/2005Sounds of the Dirty South
5/15/2005When did Blogrolls Become Evil?
5/5/2005Top 5 Sites That Need To Get RSS Feeds
4/10/2005Flipping the Bozo Bit: Web 2.0
4/8/2005Boing Boing and Slashdot: Blogs as Tabloid Journalism
3/24/2005A Pleasant Surprise from Adam Bosworth
3/21/2005Blogging While Black and Women at Technology Conferences
3/11/2005Bringing Affirmative Action to Blogging
3/8/2005Foreword March
3/1/2005Busy Month
2/21/2005Visiting the Museum of Science Fiction and the Museum of Glass
2/7/2005On the Elections in Iraq
1/19/2005Iraq was only the beginning?
1/18/2005The Game album finally out
12/12/2004Weirdness
11/29/2004The Taming of the Shrew?
11/26/200450 Cent & G-Unit in the Motherland
11/23/2004Ego Surfing on Google Scholar
11/19/2004Poppin' Them Thangs at XML 2004
11/17/2004iPod Battery Woes
11/1/2004Violated
10/17/2004The "Blogging is Male Dominated" Myth
10/8/2004Most Disappointing Movie Prequels or Sequels of All Time?
10/4/2004How to Reduce Your Credibility in a Technical Discussion
10/2/2004The New Vietnam: It's All Spin
9/26/2004This Site Should Be Faster Now
9/15/2004iTunes Smart Playlists Rock My World
9/14/2004The End of "Too Many Users" Errors
9/10/2004Bumping Heads: WinAmp vs. iTunes
9/3/2004Unscheduled Downtime and RSS Bandit v1.2.0.117
8/30/2004It's Always Something
8/11/2004Poser Vehicles
8/4/2004What Is Stock Manipulation?
8/3/2004So Why Are You Voting For George W Bush?
8/3/2004The Sex & Cash Theory
8/1/2004Detroit: The World is a Ghetto
7/17/2004Fighting Fire With Fire
7/10/2004Accountability
7/6/2004"Background Racism" and the Public Education System
7/3/2004Guess Who's Back
6/24/2004A Good Day
6/20/2004I Picked The Wrong Day To Start My Vacation
6/18/2004On Writing A Bill Gates ThinkWeek Paper On Syndication
6/15/2004Yahoo! Mail Steps Up To The Plate
6/14/2004Accidental Meetings
6/13/2004On Fire
6/6/2004Opportunity Cost and War
6/3/2004False Goals
5/31/2004My Encounter at the Apple Store
5/22/2004Should I Write A Bill Gates Think Week Paper?
5/21/2004Scoble Gets On My Nerves Sometimes
5/16/2004Captain America Redeems Himself and the Disappearing Secret Identity in Comic Books
5/12/2004Some Advice for the Bloggers @ Google
4/30/2004Breaking Up
4/17/2004Isaac Asimov is Rolling in His Grave
4/13/2004I Really Really Hate Mondays
4/12/2004The Purpose of Standards in the Software Industry
4/3/2004In Heavy Rotation...
4/1/2004New Eminem/D12 Album in the Works?
3/29/2004The Problem With Public Bug Databases
3/26/2004When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong
3/26/2004Keeping It Real
3/26/2004Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them
3/15/2004The Microsoft Technical Recruiting Weblog
3/10/2004On Thought Leadership in the Java and .NET Developer Communities
3/7/2004Tax Season
3/5/2004Elimidate Wins Another Convert
2/27/2004The Gay Marriage Debate
2/22/2004Talk About Akward Moments
2/16/2004The Popularity of SMS Messages Befuddles Me
2/14/2004If Only Life Were An Action Movie
2/10/2004Meeting Dave Winer and Lili Cheng
2/8/2004Overlooking the Real Issue in the Janet Jackson Superbowl Fiasco
2/4/2004War Crimes and Iraq
2/3/2004Social Software and Sharing Too Much Information
2/3/2004Mondays
1/28/2004Scoble, iPods and Unfettered Access to Music
1/25/2004My First Brush with Social Software
1/23/2004Jumping off the [Clue]Train
1/16/2004How Low Can You Go?
1/15/2004The Peril of Foreign Language Tattoos
1/15/2004The Dork Watch Up Close
1/13/2004Technology that Changes Your Way of Life
1/9/2004On Buggy Cellphones
1/5/2004Porous Thinking
1/2/2004Why I Hate Physics
12/27/2003Another Example of Why Economics is a Crock
12/27/2003Learning the Wrong Lessons
12/27/2003I Lived a Sheltered Life in College
12/16/2003Get Crunk, Who U Wit?
12/7/2003Al Sharpton on Saturday Night Live last night.
12/6/2003Ten Most Embarrassing Moments in Political History
12/1/2003Getting Out Once the Gettin' Gets Good
12/1/2003The Success of the War on Terror
11/30/2003Prince of Persia on XBox
11/23/2003A Night Out In Seattle
11/18/2003Confusing Hype with Reality
11/17/2003Death in Cartoons
11/14/2003The Web is in the Eye of the Beholder
11/13/2003I'll Get To Try An Authentic Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich
11/11/20031984 Shows Up Two Decades Later
11/11/2003Mindless Link Propagation: Top 50 IRC Quotes
11/10/2003Jazzy Belle
11/7/2003InfoWorld Shares The Link Love (scroll to the bottom)
11/5/2003Blogs Are About Conversations
11/3/2003A Waste of Two Hours
10/29/2003Making Love To Vaccuum Cleaners
10/28/2003Weblogging Birds-Of-A-Feather At PDC
10/23/2003Amazon Comes Up With World's Shittiest Search Feature
10/23/2003Corrupting Our Nation's Youth
10/23/2003It's All About the iPod
10/19/2003The Problem With Competition Is That Eventually There Are Winners
10/18/2003Pots, Kettles and Blackface
10/17/2003Joel Spolsky Recants...I Think
10/13/2003Blasphemy
10/12/2003Invasion of the Penis Snatchers
10/11/2003Cognitive Dissonance and Shades of Gray
10/10/2003Another Reason I Miss Apache
10/8/2003The RIAA Gets On My Nerves

Rants (7) 
4/12/2010WebHost4Life: When Good Web Hosting Companies Go Bad
11/23/2009The Many Flaws of Twitter's Retweet Feature
1/19/2009Some thoughts on FeedBurner Site Stats being replaced by Google Analytics
7/7/2008A List of Companies Working Hard to Screw Up My Web Experience
5/26/2007Intrusive, Disgusting Ads Masquerading as Updates from Friends
4/29/2007Arguing Intelligently About Copyright on the Internet
1/23/2007My Plan to Save Apple Inc. Millions in Tech Support Costs

RSS Bandit (215) 
10/13/2009RSS Bandit + Facebook = RSS Bandit 1.9.0.972
5/31/2009A closer look at the upcoming RSS Bandit ribbon
5/25/2009Preview of Facebook Comments in RSS Bandit and the Ribbon
5/10/2009Progress report on Facebook integration into RSS Bandit (Colossus release)
5/4/2009Repost: RSS Bandit (codename - Collossus) will bring stability, bug fixes and Facebook integration
11/2/2008RSS Bandit v1.8.0.855 Released
8/3/2008RSS Bandit (Phoenix) beta release: A desktop client for Google Reader, a podcatcher, and much more
6/21/2008RSS Bandit (Phoenix) alpha release: A desktop client for Google Reader, a podcatcher, and much more
6/5/2008These Bits Will Be With You Shortly
2/24/2008RSS Bandit: Progress Report on Integrating with the Windows RSS Platform
2/11/2008You Can't Please Everyone: http://example.com != http://www.example.com
2/9/2008RSS Bandit Update: v1.6.0.2 Ships and Integrating with RSS feeds in Outlook/Exchange
1/17/2008FeedDemon and NetNewsWire are now Free
12/28/2007RSS Bandit (Phoenix) Thoughts: Integrating Google Reader and RSS Bandit
12/26/2007RSS Bandit v1.6.0.0 Released
12/20/2007New Version of RSS Bandit this Weekend
12/12/2007RSS Bandit (Phoenix) Progress Report: December 2007 Edition
11/30/2007Memetracking in RSS Bandit
11/6/2007Phoenix Thoughts: My Top 5 Features for the Next Version of RSS Bandit
9/20/2007RSS Bandit v1.5.0.17 Installer Refreshed
9/17/2007RSS Bandit + NewsGator Online: Your Feeds on the Desktop and on the Web
9/17/2007RSS Bandit v1.5.0.17 Released
9/14/2007RSS Bandit Apologies
8/2/2007RSS Bandit 1.5.x (ShadowCat) Beta Installer Refreshed
7/20/2007Versioning Libraries: You Can't Eliminate Complexity...
6/16/2007RSS Bandit 1.5.x (ShadowCat) Beta Installer Available
5/20/2007RSS Bandit (Jubilee Edition) Update: New Features
5/8/2007Upcoming RSS Bandit Refresh
3/4/2007RSS Bandit v1.5.0.10 Released
3/2/2007I Hate URI Canonicalization
2/17/2007RSS Bandit 1.5.x (Jubilee) Release Candidate Installer Refreshed
2/15/2007Learning and Doing New Things
2/8/2007InvalidActiveXStateException and Remembering Open Browser Tabs on Restart
1/21/2007RSS Bandit 1.5.x (Jubilee) Release Candidate Installer Available
1/6/2007Screencast: RSS Bandit Inspired By Google Reader
12/20/20062006: The Year Microsoft Gave Up on Consistent UI
12/19/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Preventing Bandwith Hogging By Podcast Downloads
12/14/2006Issues with TypePad's Atom 0.3 Feeds
12/12/2006Jubilee Thoughts: When the Simple is Hard
12/1/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Bandwidth Saving Options when Downloading Podcasts
11/25/2006Updated: RSS Bandit 1.5.x (Jubilee) Beta Installer Available
11/18/2006RSS Bandit and Windows Vista
11/11/2006Jubilee Thoughts: The Attachments/Podcast Options Dialog
11/8/2006Jubilee Thoughts: What is a Podcast?
10/31/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Feed-specific Podcast Settings
10/26/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Adding Podcasts to iTunes or WMP Playlists
10/21/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Downloading Attachments
10/14/2006Default Podcast Feeds in RSS Bandit
9/30/2006RSS Bandit [Jubilee Release] Status Update
9/8/2006Windows Live Writer & RSS Bandit Together at Last
9/7/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Why Some Favicons Won't Show Up in RSS Bandit
9/5/2006Jubilee Thoughts: More on Personalized Meme Tracking
9/4/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Personalized Meme Tracking
9/3/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Favicons in RSS Bandit
9/1/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Opening New Browser Tabs in the Background
8/20/2006Updated: Malicious Javascript in Feeds and RSS Bandit
8/1/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Upcoming User Interface Changes
7/20/2006Updated: http://www.rssbandit.org is Down
7/6/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Comment Watching in RSS Bandit
6/1/2006Our Multi-Lingual World and Search Indexes
5/27/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Improving Search in RSS Bandit
5/17/2006RSS Bandit [Jubilee Edition] Status Update
4/12/2006Updated: HTTP Cookies and the .NET Framework
4/4/2006Pointless Reinvention of the Wheel
3/27/2006Open Letter to the Google Blogger Team
2/19/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Tracking Hot Topics
2/18/2006Why IE 7 Can't Import OPML Files from RSS Bandit
2/4/2006Why RSS Bandit Needs Administator Privileges on First Run
2/3/2006Danny Sullivan on RSS Bandit
2/2/2006RSS Bandit and the Windows RSS Platform
1/29/2006OPML-o-mater: An OPML-based Recommendation Engine
1/20/2006Indicating Updated Items in RSS Bandit
1/15/2006Jubilee Thoughts: What's Next for RSS Bandit?
12/27/2005RSS Bandit v1.3.0.42 Released
12/19/2005How the NewsGator API Ruined my Christmas (Updated)
12/12/2005The Newsgator API Continues to Frustrate Me
12/5/2005Keyboard shortcuts and RSS Bandit
11/30/2005RSS Bandit v1.3.0.38 Reviews
11/27/2005RSS Bandit 1.3.0.38 Released
11/21/2005RSS Bandit [Nightcrawler Edition] Progress Report: Call for Translators
11/20/2005The Perils of Premature Standardization: Attention Data and OPML
11/20/2005Reading Lists in OPML and RSS Bandit
11/8/2005RSS Bandit & .NET Framework v2.0
10/25/2005RSS Bandit v1.3.x (Nightcrawler) Alpha Installer Refreshed
10/19/2005RSS Bandit [Nightcrawler Edition] Update: Amazon OpenSearch, the Newsgator API and a New Logo
10/5/2005Newsgator Purchases NetNewsWire and What It Means for RSS Bandit Users
9/29/2005Brief Update on RSS Bandit [Nightcrawler Edition]
9/8/2005RSS Bandit v1.3.x (Nightcrawler) Alpha Installer Available
9/6/2005Microsoft OneNote Plugin for RSS Bandit
8/30/2005Important Change To RSS Bandit Support Forums
8/25/2005RSS Bandit [Nightcrawler Edition] Alpha Progress Report
8/13/2005Programming Using .NET Can Be Such a Pain Sometimes...
8/5/2005RSS Bandit [Nightcrawler Edition] Alpha Coming Soon
7/12/2005Responding to Some Feedback from a New RSS Bandit User
6/27/2005The Consequences of Microsoft's Simple List Extensions for RSS to Aggregator Developers
6/23/2005GMail Domain Change Exposes Bad Design and Poor Code
6/23/2005RSS Bandit [Nightcrawler Edition] Progress Report
5/27/2005Nightcrawler Thoughts: RSS Enclosures and Podcasting
5/18/2005Newsgroup Support in RSS Bandit
5/17/2005Newsgator Purchases FeedDemon
4/21/2005The End of the Quest for the Perfect RSS reader
4/12/2005Nightcrawler Thoughts: Synchronization with Bloglines and Newsgator Online
4/12/2005RSS Bandit v1.3.0.29 Released
4/6/2005RSS Bandit Prevents Switch To Linux
3/27/2005WordPress Users Add Another RSS Gotcha to My List
3/24/2005Nightcrawler Thoughts: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down and Attention.xml
3/20/2005RSS Bandit v1.3.0.26 Released
3/6/2005Nightcrawler Thoughts: Building a Richer Extensibility Model for RSS Bandit
2/22/2005Translators Wanted
2/16/2005Scoped Search Added to RSS Bandit
2/5/2005RSS Bandit v1.3.x (Wolverine) Beta Installer Available
1/28/2005Article Idea: Processing XML in the Real World
1/11/2005RSS Aggregator Market Share and Default Feeds in RSS Bandit Installations
1/6/2005Synchronizing RSS Bandit with USB Keychain Drives
12/26/2004RSS Bandit v1.3.x (Wolverine) Alpha Installer Available
12/14/2004Using FeedDemon Newspaper Styles in RSS Bandit
12/10/2004The Problem With RSS Readers Inspired By Outlook
12/8/2004Update on Newsgroup Support in RSS Bandit
11/26/2004RSS Bandit Roadmap Updated
11/21/2004Post to http://del.icio.us from your Favorite RSS Aggregator
11/12/2004Delete Support Checked in for RSS Bandit
11/9/2004Why Comments in WordPress Blogs Don't Show Up in RSS Bandit
11/2/2004Podcasting, RSS 2.0 Enclosures and RSS Bandit
10/28/2004RSS Bandit Switcher Testimonials
10/15/2004Read your GMail inbox in RSS Bandit
10/6/200420,000 Served Last Month, Over 100,000 Served Total
10/5/2004Google and the Digital Information Hub
9/29/2004Thoughts on the Bloglines Sync API
9/15/2004Automatically Deleting Old Items in RSS Bandit
9/14/2004The End of "Too Many Users" Errors
9/10/2004RSS Bandit Gets Around
9/4/2004HTTP Protocol Violations and RSS Bandit
9/3/2004Unscheduled Downtime and RSS Bandit v1.2.0.117
8/31/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.117 Released
8/22/2004RSS Bandit Progress Report
8/6/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.114 SP1 release candidate 1 available
7/24/2004Duplicate Titles in RSS Bandit
7/21/2004Changing the Web Browser Used by RSS Bandit
7/14/2004Feeds Without Dates and Being Too Clever for Your Own Good
7/6/2004RSS Bandit Product Roadmap
7/4/200420,000 Downloads Later
6/9/2004Making RSS Bandit Competitive with Commercial Aggregators
5/31/2004Review of Free RSS Readers for Windows
5/25/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.114 Released
5/22/2004Should I Write A Bill Gates Think Week Paper?
5/15/2004Finding the Perfect RSS Reader
5/15/2004NNTP Support in RSS Bandit and Google Groups 2
5/5/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.112 Installer Refreshed
5/4/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.112 Released
5/2/2004Wow.
4/30/2004RSS Bandit 1.2.0.111 (RC1) available
4/21/2004Adding Subscription Harmonization to RSS Bandit
4/20/2004RSS Bandit 1.2.0.108 (beta) available
4/20/2004Malicious Markup in RSS Feeds and RSS Bandit
4/14/2004RSS Bandit 1.2.0.107 (beta) available
4/5/2004Singing the One Click Subscription Blues
4/4/2004Subscribing to an RSS Feed from Your Web Browser
4/1/2004One Click Shopping from Your Aggregator
3/28/2004On Providing Beta Feedback for RSS Bandit
3/25/2004RSS Bandit 1.2.0.106 (beta) available
3/17/2004Processing RSS isn't Black Magic
3/15/2004The RSS Bandit Documentation Project
3/13/2004LiveJournal RSS Feeds Now Support HTTP Authentication
3/12/2004Hanging out at Microsoft Research and Sharing Information in RSS Bandit with Friends
3/7/2004RSS Bandit Breaks Language Barriers
3/4/2004Different Ways of Dealing with the RSS Information Overload
3/3/2004RSS Bandit and ATOM (Again)
3/2/2004Synchronizing RSS Bandit Across Multiple Machines
2/27/2004RSS Bandit & ATOM
2/22/2004Newspaper Views for Reading RSS Feeds
2/21/2004RSS Bandit Future Release Plans
2/21/2004It's the Superficial Features that Make Me Smile
2/11/2004RSS Bandit Nightly Builds
2/8/2004I'm Touched
2/7/2004Two Killer RSS Bandit Features
2/7/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.90 Released
2/5/2004rssbandit-users Mailing List Launched
2/4/2004NNTP and RSS Bandit
2/3/2004RSS Bandit TODO List
2/1/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.89 [BETA] Installer Updated
1/31/2004RSS Bandit v1.2.0.89 [BETA] Released
1/24/2004You've Got Search Folders [Part 2]
1/21/2004Turning on support for the "feed" URI scheme in RSS Bandit
1/21/2004You've Got Search Folders!!!
1/20/2004One Click Subscription and Blogging Tool Vendors
1/18/2004Posting To Your Blog From RSS Bandit
1/15/2004An Industry First
1/5/2004Bugs Bugs Everywhere
1/5/2004More Stuff That Doesn't Repro
1/5/2004Not Repro
1/4/2004RSS Bandit Feature Requests Answered
12/31/2003CSS in RSS Feeds
12/23/2003RSS Bandit, Search Folders and the "Don Box" Feature
12/15/2003Accessing CVS from Inside Visual Studio
12/15/2003Why RSS Bandit Moved To SourceForge
12/11/2003RSS Bandit Moves To SourceForge
12/9/2003Why It's Cool For Your Users To Have Your Source Code
12/6/2003Problems Downloading RSS Bandit from GotDotNet.com?
12/5/2003RSS Bandit v1.2.0.61 Released
12/4/2003The Patient Dog Gets The Fattest Bone
11/30/2003LiveJournal and Authenticating RSS Feeds Redux
11/28/2003Consistency in User Interface Design
11/26/2003Security in RSS The Right Way
11/25/2003A Question About LiveJournal and RSS Feeds
11/23/2003RSS, WinFS and Building a Universal Information Client
11/15/2003RSS Bandit Screenshots Galore
11/10/2003The Difference Between Amateur and Professional Software Development
10/29/2003RSS Bandit 1.2.0.43 Released
10/28/2003What Exactly Can RSS Bandit Do?
10/25/2003RSS Bandit 1.2.0.42 Released
10/21/2003Solving The Biggest Problem With RSS Aggregators
10/21/2003All That And A Bag Of Chips
10/14/2003Isn't Democracy Grand?
10/12/2003Top 3 Features I Want To Add To RSS Bandit
10/10/2003Wheel Reinvention is Fun

Seattle Startup Shoutout (4) 
6/16/2007Seattle Startup Shoutout: Zillow
3/10/2007Seattle Startup Shoutout: AgileDelta
3/5/2007Seattle Startup Shoutout: iLike
2/25/2007Seattle Startup Shoutout: Jott Networks

Social Software (182) 
9/22/2012Some Thoughts on Klout as a Business
11/9/2011The Social Graph: An Imperfect Abstraction or an Evolutionary Dead End?
9/18/2011The Real Problem with Facebook
7/10/2011Google+ is the new FriendFeed
7/2/2011Social Networking is a Zero Sum Game: Google+ Will Need to Figure Out What Problem It Solves
4/9/2011Understanding Online Identity in the Post-Web 2.0 World
3/23/2011Some Thoughts on the Federated Social Networks
1/23/2011Some Thoughts on Quora Crossing the Chasm
11/15/2010FourSquare’s Dilemma: Is it about deals or about location sharing with friends?
11/8/2010Competing with Facebook: How Twitter gets it right and FourSquare gets it wrong
10/8/2010Some Thoughts on Facebook Groups
8/5/2010Google Wave and Network Effects
8/2/2010There will be many social graphs
7/15/2010Some Thoughts on Quora
7/14/2010What People are Saying about Social Networking in Windows Live (wave 4)
6/28/2010Messenger Social: Email and Social News Feeds are the new Peanut Butter and Jelly
6/8/2010Messenger Social: Building the Ultimate Social Dashboard for Staying in Touch while Eliminating the Noise
4/28/2010A preview of the next version of Windows Live Messenger
4/24/2010Facebook’s Open Graph Protocol from a Web Developer’s Perspective
4/19/2010Some Thoughts on XAuth
3/15/2010Some Thoughts on Location Based Services Like Gowalla and FourSquare
2/28/2010Achievements, Game Mechanics and Social Software
1/18/2010Does the world need OpenID Connect?
1/11/2010Some thoughts on Facebook's change of stance on user privacy
1/4/2010What does it mean to “Like” a status update?
12/10/2009When is a privacy feature not a privacy feature?
11/23/2009The Many Flaws of Twitter's Retweet Feature
11/2/2009Real-time, Distributed Conversations: Some Thoughts on the Salmon Protocol
11/2/2009Keeping the Stream Pure: FriendFeed vs. Twitter vs. Facebook
9/27/2009The Brilliance of Twitter's Suggested User List
8/26/2009Where FriendFeed Went Wrong
8/17/2009Vote for my SXSW 2010 Panel Proposals
8/15/2009Some Thoughts on WebFinger and Personal Web Discovery
5/27/2009Twitter: We’re all celebrities now
5/11/2009Are you building an application that people use every day or do you just think you are?
5/2/2009The Difference between Twitter and Facebook
4/28/2009Repost: The Social Web and Windows Live
3/22/2009Video: Standards for Aggregating Activity Feeds and Social Aggregation Services at MIX '09 Conference
3/21/2009Facebook "stream" redesign: Disruptive companies don't listen to their customers – Mark Zuckerburg
3/18/2009Facebook, MySpace, Google, Plaxo & Marc Canter on Activity Streams at MIX 09 Conference
3/17/2009My MIX 09 Panel: Standards for Aggregating Activity Feeds and Social Aggregation Services
3/15/2009Some thoughts on news feeds and activity streams replacing email
3/12/2009Facebook users react to homepage changes
3/5/2009Twitter Envy: Asymmetric Follow Comes to Facebook
2/24/2009Twitter should buy Mr. Tweet
2/18/2009Some thoughts on retroactive deletion of shared content on Facebook and other social media sites
2/13/2009MIX 09 Conference Panel on Activity Streams and Opening Up Social Networks
2/7/2009Breaking down the walled garden: Some thoughts on Facebook embracing OpenID and opening up status update APIs
1/17/2009Some Thoughts on User Interfaces for Activity Streams
1/9/2009A People-Centric Contact Management Experience in a Smart Phone
1/6/2009Is "Follow" A Core Web 2.0 Pattern?
12/5/2008Some Thoughts on Inline Comments in Activity Feeds
12/1/2008Why I Love Twitter
12/1/2008Facebook Connect: Does Issuing Passports Make Facebook A Country?
11/19/2008Some Thoughts on Facebook Connect and CitySearch
11/13/2008Some Thoughts on Walled Gardens and Social Operating Systems
10/24/2008Some Thoughts on OpenID vs. Facebook Connect
10/16/2008The New Yahoo! Profile and Doing Data Portability the Right Way
10/13/2008When Designing Systems Always Factor in Human Nature
10/5/2008Death to Self Expression: Facebook Redesign Favors Applications Over Widgets
8/24/2008Best Practices for Web Sites Seeking to Prevent Service Degradation due to 3rd Party Widgets
7/23/2008What You Can Learn from the Facebook Redesign
7/17/2008The Problem with Trying to "Spread Virally"
6/26/2008The "Popularity" of FriendFeed is a Bug in the Social Software Ecosystem
6/24/2008Some Thoughts on Friendfeed Stealing Conversations from Blogs
6/16/2008Branding: You Can't Be Everything to Everyone
5/30/2008Participation as Social Capital: The Fundamental Flaw of Social News Sites
5/28/2008Doomed to Repeat History: Will Social Networking Platforms End Up Like Mobile Platforms?
5/26/2008Having the Right Users is More Important than Having the Right Features
5/21/2008Note to Web 2.0 Companies: Early Adopters are not the Mass Market
5/17/2008Some Thoughts on Facebook Connect, Google Friend Connect and MySpace Data Availability
2/28/2008No Contest: FriendFeed vs. The Facebook News Feed
2/21/2008Facebook Moves to Curtail Application Spam: What Took So Long?
2/9/2008Lessons from the O'Reilly Social Graph FOO Camp
2/5/2008Targeted Ads on Facebook
2/3/2008Some Thoughts on the Google Social Graph API
2/3/2008Some Thoughts on the Movable Type Action Streams Plugin
1/25/2008Digg Undermines Its Social Networking Features
1/19/2008If Google and Yahoo! Jumped of a Bridge...
1/17/2008Regional Networks on Facebook are a Design Flaw
1/11/2008Dataportability.org is the new Black
1/7/2008Breaking the Social Contract: My Data is not Your Data
1/3/2008Facebook Right, Scoble Wrong: Social Network Interoperability and the O'Reilly Social Graph FOO Camp
12/26/2007The Facebook Effect: Google Reader Violates User's Privacy
12/12/2007Slippery Slopes and Privacy on the Web
12/1/2007Facebook Beacon is Unfixable
11/30/2007Naked Pictures in My Facebook News Feed
11/27/2007Some Thoughts on the Facebook Beacon
11/11/2007SocialAds Implications: Facebook will Acquire iLike and Flixster
11/8/2007Tim O'Reilly: OpenSocial Misses the Point
11/6/2007Building a Platform is Hard
11/4/2007OpenSocial Explained in Five Sentences
10/31/2007OpenSocial: Google Proposes Widget & RESTful API Standards for Social Networking Sites
10/25/2007Windows Live Spaces: World's Most Popular Social Networking Site
10/24/2007OutSync: Synchronize Your Outlook/Smartphone Contacts with FaceBook
10/17/2007Can the Facebook News Feed be Made More Useful?
10/13/2007Sarcastic Responses to Dumb Questions (Kara Swisher Edition)
10/4/2007Facebook Hates Fakesters Too
10/2/2007Thoughts on FriendFeed, Brainchild of the creators of Gmail and Google Maps
9/19/2007How Facebook Makes Identity Theft Easier
9/12/2007OAuth: Standardizing Authentication and Authorization for Web APIs
9/2/2007Put the User in Control Otherwise Things Fall Apart
8/30/2007The Difference between a Social Network Site, a Social Graph Application and a Social OS
8/28/2007Facebook Makes Token Attempt to Curb Application Spam
8/26/2007Facebook Spam
8/21/2007Facebook: The Social Graph Roach Motel
8/19/2007The Problems Faced by a Unified Social Graph
8/18/2007Google Working on Social Network Aggregator
8/16/2007Facebook's Achilles Heel: Handling Multiple Social Contexts
8/13/2007A Proposal for Social Network Interoperability via OpenID
8/8/2007How Robert Scoble Hijacked My Facebook News Feed
8/6/2007Some Thoughts on Open Social Networks
7/30/2007A-List Technology Bloggers: What Are They Good For?
7/26/2007Windows Live Spaces Gets More Social
7/16/2007Movers and Shakers in the Technology Industry on Facebook
7/13/2007Facebook is the next Broadcast.com
7/2/2007Network Effects Mean Walled Gardens are Here to Stay
6/20/2007Facebook: The Power of Software that Knows Who You Know
6/19/2007Marc Andreessen: The GoDaddy 2.0 Business Model
6/19/2007Blogging is to Social Networks as Books are to...
5/29/2007Why Facebook is Bigger Than Blogging
5/26/2007Initial Thoughts on the Facebook Platform
5/26/2007Intrusive, Disgusting Ads Masquerading as Updates from Friends
5/17/2007"Social" is More Important Than "Software" in Social Software
4/30/2007Incentives Matter: Why Comments on Digg Are So Bad
4/10/2007Better Together: XBox 360 and Windows Live Messenger
3/24/2007Twitter: Another Cross Over Success for Bloggers
3/19/2007danah boyd on Narcissism and Twitter
2/26/2007Entropy in Tagging Systems, Google's Office Killer and Conference Diversity
2/14/2007On Facebook Gifts
2/2/2007Be Careful What You Show Your Users
1/26/2007Flickr Adds Machine Tags
1/24/2007How Do We Get Rid of Lies on Wikipedia?
12/27/2006Fake Porn Takes Over YouTube
12/19/2006ComScore Media Metrix on the Popularity of Blogging
12/9/2006Social Software for the Enterprise: Sharepoint's Knowledge Network
11/18/2006Crass Commercialism Will Break MySpace
11/16/2006Shelley Powers on the Problem with TechMeme
11/16/2006Spam Killed Email, What's Next?
11/5/2006User Driven News Sites and Politics
10/25/2006Measuring Influence
9/27/2006Kevin Briody on Facebook Opening Up
9/26/2006Wallop Relaunches Tonight
9/18/2006Wikipedia vs. Citizendium: How Do You Define an Expert?
9/11/2006The Jason Fortuny Affair: Social Software and Griefers
9/6/2006Negative User Response to Facebook's New Features
9/6/2006Are MySpace's Pageview Numbers Inflated?
9/4/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Personalized Meme Tracking
8/31/2006Some Thoughts on Social Search
8/6/2006Yochai Benkler is Wrong
8/3/2006Digg is Just Like Kuro5hin and now it has an API
7/30/2006Calacanis vs. Rose as a Proxy for Professionals vs. Amateurs
7/26/2006I Agree with Jason Calacanis
7/14/2006The World's Largest IM Network
7/3/2006Don't Mess with Our Software
5/11/2006Tearing Down Walled Gardens or Common Sense?
5/11/2006Convergence: AOL Launches Social Networking Service, MySpace Launches IM Client
5/3/2006Is YouTube Making the Friendster Mistake?
4/27/2006This Week in Social Networking
4/17/2006David Sifry and Technorati Get On My Nerves
3/20/2006Instant Messaging Networks vs. Public Social Networks
3/5/2006MSN Spaces in the Technorati Top 100
2/28/2006MySpace, Facebook and the MetaVerse
2/19/2006Blogging is Self Expression
2/16/2006A Few More Thoughts on Edgeio
1/29/2006OPML-o-mater: An OPML-based Recommendation Engine
12/14/2005Windows Live Messenger (Beta) and Office Communicator Web Access 1.0
12/14/2005Echo Chambers and Redefining Success
12/9/2005Yahoo! Purchases Del.icio.us
12/8/2005Yahoo! Answers Debuts
11/29/2005Danah Boyd on Attention Networks vs. Social Networks
11/25/2005Brand X vs. Brand Y: Social Effects and Competition in the Software Indistry
10/30/2005Blogging: The Difference Between Adults and Teenagers
10/27/2005Anil Dash vs. Flickr
10/9/2005What's So Great About Ning?
10/5/2005Ning
9/23/2005Project Comet from Six Apart
9/13/2005Women in Social Software
6/29/2005This Week in Personalized Search and Social Bookmarking
6/22/2005Software Changes Lives
6/1/2005On the Petition for Dealing with Abusive Comments on MSN Spaces
5/18/2005Blogrolls Are Evil (part 2) and Whither Social Software?

Startup Shoutout (4) 
3/15/2010Some Thoughts on Location Based Services Like Gowalla and FourSquare
11/4/2009Startup Advice: Find Underserved Markets
5/16/2009Wolfram Alpha: The Wikipedia Killer
3/24/2009Sharing social activity streams across the Web: How Gnip fits in

Syndication Technology (108) 
3/14/2013Some Thoughts on the Death of Google Reader
1/4/2010Brizzly, Seesmic Web and the Future of RSS
12/21/2009Some Thoughts on the Twitter API as a "standard API" for microblogging
11/2/2009Real-time, Distributed Conversations: Some Thoughts on the Salmon Protocol
8/26/2009The Top 5 Reasons RSS Readers Went Wrong
5/5/2009RSS readers modeled after email clients are fundamentally broken
3/24/2009Sharing social activity streams across the Web: How Gnip fits in
1/12/2009Can RDF really save us from data format proliferation?
1/8/2009Representing Rich Media and Social Network Activities in RSS/Atom Feeds
7/27/2008When REST Doesn't Scale, XMPP to the Rescue?
2/16/2008Thoughts on Google's Proposal for Granular Updates in AtomPub
2/9/2008RSS Bandit Update: v1.6.0.2 Ships and Integrating with RSS feeds in Outlook/Exchange
1/17/2008FeedDemon and NetNewsWire are now Free
12/11/2007ADO.NET Data Services (Astoria) Transforms SQL Server into an Atom Store
11/3/2007Google OpenSocial: Technical Overview and Critique
11/1/2007When Will GData Be RFC 5023 Compliant?
2/27/2007Created my first Yahoo! Pipe
2/19/2007Why Feedburner Doesn't Count Outlook 2007 Subscribers
2/8/2007The Problem with Web Scale: Yahoo! Pipes
12/14/2006Issues with TypePad's Atom 0.3 Feeds
11/16/2006Shelley Powers on the Problem with TechMeme
10/30/2006Lost All My Rojo Subscribers
10/7/2006Why I Don't Like atom:updated
9/18/2006Niall Kennedy on Private and Authenticated Feeds
9/5/2006Jubilee Thoughts: More on Personalized Meme Tracking
9/4/2006Jubilee Thoughts: Personalized Meme Tracking
8/3/2006Some Thoughts On Bloglines Feed Access Control Proposal
7/18/2006Bloglines UI Faux Pas
7/15/2006On GData and Hailstorm
7/9/2006Some Thoughts on the Newsgator Roadmap
7/4/2006What Do Your Feed Subscribers Say About You?
6/5/2006Extending RSS and Atom: What is the Best Way?
4/25/2006Lessons from the NewsGator Outage
4/10/2006Mark Pilgrim is Back
4/4/2006Pointless Reinvention of the Wheel
3/27/2006Open Letter to the Google Blogger Team
2/18/2006Why IE 7 Can't Import OPML Files from RSS Bandit
2/13/2006Edgeio: An eBay Killer or Just Another Lame Startup?
2/7/2006Email and RSS
2/4/2006Feedback on Windows RSS Platform from the Developer of RSS Bandit
2/3/2006More People Underwhelmed by RSS Support in IE 7
2/2/2006Thank You to Mark Fletcher and the Bloglines Crew
2/2/2006RSS Bandit and the Windows RSS Platform
12/27/2005Google Reader API Coming Soon?
12/19/2005How the NewsGator API Ruined my Christmas (Updated)
12/15/2005The Value of Web Platforms: Bloglines vs. Newsgator Online
12/12/2005The Newsgator API Continues to Frustrate Me
11/30/2005Yahoo! Mail and RSS
11/21/2005Microsoft Announces Simple Sharing Extensions for RSS and OPML
11/20/2005The Perils of Premature Standardization: Attention Data and OPML
11/20/2005Reading Lists in OPML and RSS Bandit
11/4/2005Google Desktop is Back with a Vengeance
11/4/2005IE 7 will only accept well-formed XML in web feeds
10/16/2005Where is the Killer App for Events?
10/11/2005Trying Out Google Reader
9/20/2005Bloglines 1, Google Blog Search 0
9/18/2005Updated: Some Thoughts on the Start.com's RSS Extensions
9/13/2005Open Letter to Google: Please Fix the RSS Reader in Google Desktop
9/1/2005Jon Udell on RSS feed redirection
8/29/2005I Keep Trying To Use Newsgator Online and I Keep Failing
8/26/2005Microsoft's Simple List Extensions Specification Updated
8/18/2005One Click Subscription: The Browsers Will Save Us
8/15/2005Podcasting with Atom 1.0: More Than One Way to Skin a Cat
7/21/2005Atom 0.3 vs. Atom 1.0: End Users as Collateral Damage
7/17/2005Why Do People Use Technorati.com?
7/17/2005Atom 1.0 Almost Done
7/7/2005Liberal RSS Parsing and Apple iTunes
6/28/2005Apple Embraces and Extends RSS with iTunes 4.9
6/27/2005The Consequences of Microsoft's Simple List Extensions for RSS to Aggregator Developers
6/26/2005Gnomedex 5.0 Trip Report: Mark Fletcher, Scott Rafer, Bob Wyman on Tomorrow's RSS
6/26/2005Gnomedex 5.0 Trip Report: Steve Gillmor, Dave Sifry, Scott Gatz on Tomorrow's Syndication
6/25/2005Gnomedex 5.0 Trip Report: Dean Hachamovitch on Longhorn, IE 7 and RSS
5/21/2005RSS vs. Atom: Episode #2472
5/21/2005Contextual Ads in RSS Feeds Need Some Work...
5/20/2005RSS and AJAX as Disruptive Technologies
5/17/2005Newsgator Purchases FeedDemon
5/12/2005Creating a Search Engine That Excludes Blogs Using MSN Search RSS Feeds
5/3/2005Explaining Why Old Posts on MSN Spaces are Marked as New in Bloglines
4/27/2005Adam Bosworth's Web of Data: Is RSS the only API your Website Needs?
4/14/2005Technorati Tags, Blogspot Spam and Metacrap
4/3/2005Attention.xml and Collaborative Filtering
3/31/2005The Universal Inbox
3/27/2005WordPress Users Add Another RSS Gotcha to My List
3/24/2005Nightcrawler Thoughts: Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down and Attention.xml
3/21/2005Find Out More About MSN's Web-based RSS Aggregator at Start.com
3/18/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Odeo -- Podcasting for Everyone
3/15/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Build Contentcentric Applications on RSS, Atom, and the Atom API
3/13/2005What's Wrong with Podcasting?
3/3/2005The Sorry State of Affairs in Weblog APIs
1/29/2005One Click Subscription: The World is Full of Bad Ideas
1/13/2005The Netflix Problem: Syndicating Ordered Lists in RSS
12/27/2004Some Opinions on the Attention.xml Specification
12/22/2004The Value of RSS
12/18/2004Yahoo's Media RSS and Yet More Syndication Geeks Misunderstanding How XML Works
12/10/2004The Problem With RSS Readers Inspired By Outlook
11/26/2004What Happened to SIAM?
11/19/2004Some Thoughts on Adam Bosworth's ISCOC04 Talk
11/9/2004The Blogging API Problem
11/2/2004Podcasting, RSS 2.0 Enclosures and RSS Bandit
10/3/2004RSS Feeds That Suck: Sun Bloggers
9/29/2004Thoughts on the Bloglines Sync API
9/26/2004RSS Feeds That Suck: Cafe con Leche
9/24/2004News Aggregators As Denial of Service Clients (part 2)
9/12/2004The RSS Sky is Falling...Again
7/21/2004The RSS Traffic and DDoS Meme
6/23/2004Properly escaping HTML in RSS description elements
6/5/2004Common Misconceptions About RSS
5/31/2004How NOT to make a linkblog in Atom

Technology (167) 
4/9/2014The mobile web vs apps is another front on the battle between open and closed systems
2/17/2014How Facebook Knows What You Looked at on Amazon
12/4/2013Why Google's Vision of a Robotic Future Trumps Amazon's
7/1/2012Thoughts on Project Glass making Smartphones Obsolete
6/30/2012Has the notion of “files” outlived its usefulness?
8/27/2010Lessons from Google Wave and REST vs. SOAP: Fighting Complexity of our own Choosing
2/12/2009Some thoughts on trading in my AT&T Tilt for an iPhone
1/9/2009A People-Centric Contact Management Experience in a Smart Phone
12/27/2008The Myth of the Open Source Business Model
10/31/2008Russell Beattie was Right, the Mobile Web is Dead
10/10/2008SkyFire: An iPhone-Like Browser for Windows Mobile
9/8/2008The New Browser Wars: The Best Features of the new Generation of Browsers
8/24/2008I Want a Windows App Store
7/26/2008Some Thoughts on the Open Web Foundation
7/21/2008Software as a Service: When Your Business Model Becomes a Paradox
6/26/2008Is the Semantic Web Really the Next Frontier in Search Engine Technology?
6/10/2008Some Thoughts on Joel Spolsky's Live Mesh Rant
6/1/2008How I Found 4GB of "Lost" Space on my HardDrive (Thanks WinDirStat)
5/21/2008Note to Web 2.0 Companies: Early Adopters are not the Mass Market
12/17/2007Some Thoughts on the AT&T Tilt
12/17/2007Office Live Workspace: A Better Solution than Google Docs?
10/4/2007"Office is Dead" and Other Obvious Trends
10/2/2007It Must Be a Fun Time to Work on Microsoft Office
9/6/2007How OpenID Prevents Spoofing and Malicious Impersonation
8/27/2007The Internet is a Dead Platform and Mark Cuban is a Dinosaur
8/20/2007The Skype Outage: How Come It Hasn't Happened Before?
8/15/2007Google and Spyware: When Trust Leads to Complacency
8/13/2007Google Video Store: More Proof that DRM Schemes Screw Consumers
7/23/2007What Would You Ask Vint Cerf?
7/17/2007Note to Software Vendors, the World is Collaborative and Loosely Coupled
6/27/2007Three Things I Learned About Software in College
3/28/2007Open Source is Dead
3/11/2007What Time Is It?
3/1/2007Top 5 Industries the Internet has Killed
2/1/2007Miguel de Icaza on OOXML vs. ODF
1/29/2007Update on Microsoft and the BlueJ Patent Issue
1/14/2007Article in NY Times on Why DRM is Evil
1/12/2007The iPhone: Crappy Phone, Awesome iPod
1/3/2007A Disconnected Computer Has Little Value
11/25/2006Back and Forth on the Vista Shutdown Menu
11/9/2006The Press on Zune and PlaysForSure
10/13/2006Stephen O'Grady on Office 2.0
9/18/2006Who Attends 'Web 2.0' Conferences
9/5/2006Windows Vista Pricing Announced
8/16/2006More Talkers Than Doers
8/1/2006Tag Clouds and Search Boxes aren't Navigation Tools
7/31/2006Top 5 Bozo Bit Phrases in Email
7/26/2006Sean Alexander on PlaysForSure and Zune
7/22/2006Om Malik on the Zune Announcement
7/22/2006Microsoft Building iPod Competitor?
7/19/2006YouOS: Is the Desktop Metaphor Obsolete?
6/27/2006WinFS Update Post Clarified
6/26/2006Some Thoughts on WinFS
6/24/2006Whither WinFS?
6/20/2006Microsoft Robotics Studio Launched
6/13/2006On Ray Ozzie's TechEd 2006 Keynote
6/8/2006O'Reilly Database War Stories Highlights
6/1/2006Our Multi-Lingual World and Search Indexes
4/4/2006Metadata Quality, Events Databases and Live Clipboard
2/13/2006Seeking a Better Memeorandum
1/30/2006Google Toolbar Updated, Still Lacks Basic Feature
1/10/2006Shelley Powers on DRM and the Cluetrain Clique
1/3/20062006 Conference Plans
12/31/2005What do "Open Standards", "Service Oriented Architecture" and "Web 2.0" Have in Common?
12/19/2005Robert Scoble and Riya
12/17/2005Flipping Your Startup 101
12/2/2005On the $100 Laptop and Africa
11/25/2005Brand X vs. Brand Y: Social Effects and Competition in the Software Indistry
11/23/2005More on Web-based Office Applications
11/15/2005The Rate of Innovation Adoption
10/29/2005Robert Scoble Rediscovers Hailstorm
9/26/2005Search Engine Relevance: What Are You Looking For?
9/20/2005Sleeper Hit of the PDC: Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere
8/13/2005Programming Using .NET Can Be Such a Pain Sometimes...
8/4/2005AttentionTrust.org, The Return of Hailstorm?
7/17/2005RE: Static Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
6/29/2005This Week in Personalized Search and Social Bookmarking
6/23/2005GMail Domain Change Exposes Bad Design and Poor Code
6/12/2005Shelley Powers on Microsoft's InfoCard
6/8/2005Turnabout - Greasemonkey for Internet Explorer (Yep, It's Another One)
6/6/2005The Lessons of AJAX: Will History Repeat Itself When it Comes to Adoption of XAML/Avalon?
5/31/2005Trixie - Greasemonkey for Internet Explorer
5/19/2005Microsoft Missing the Boat on Programming Language Trends
5/18/2005The One Where I Disagree with Steve Ballmer
5/17/2005XBox 360 Backwards Compatibility: Michael Brundage Does The Impossible
5/15/2005Why Does O'Reilly Invite the Wrong People to its Conferences?
5/3/2005Is Applying Tagging to the File System a Good Idea or a Bad One?
4/26/2005Please Review: Table of Contents for v2.0 of my Comparison of C# and Java Language Features
4/10/2005"20% Time" Birds of a Feather at the 15th Annual Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy
4/9/2005Google Maps and the Hacker Spirit
3/27/2005The Problems with Using Javascript / AJAX / DHTML for User Interfaces
3/18/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Introducing Google Code
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: From the Labs: Google Labs
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: From the Labs: Yahoo! Research Labs
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: From the Labs: Microsoft Research
3/16/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Vertical Search and A9
3/16/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Remixing Technology at Applied Minds
3/15/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: The App is the API: Building and Surviving Remixable Applications
3/2/2005Google and Hailstorm
2/26/2005Is Microsoft's Entrance into the Anti-Spyware/Anti-Virus Market Predatory?
2/17/2005Google Toolbar: The SmartTags of the New Millenium?
2/9/2005Microsoft Research Social Computing Symposium 2005, April 25-26
1/31/2005Technorati Tags: Why Do Bad Ideas Keep Resurfacing?
1/31/2005News Stories Confuse Me: Microsoft Won't Bundle Desktop Search with Windows
1/24/2005Folksonomies, Taxonomies and Metacrap
1/21/2005My C-Omega Article Published
1/21/2005O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference 2005
1/19/2005A Look at Some of the Negative Feedback on rel="nofollow"
1/17/2005Desktop Search: Solving the Wrong Problem as Quickly as Possible
1/9/2005A Common Mistake Made By Microsoft Detractors
1/9/2005A New Generation of Features for Programming Languages
12/31/2004Social Software: Finding Beauty in Walled Gardens
12/19/2004Joining the Mobile Revolution
10/27/2004Tim Berners-Lee on the Failure of URIs as Identifiers in RDF
10/19/2004Apples and Oranges: WinFS and Google Desktop Search
10/11/2004On Compatibility Between XAML and Xamlon
10/8/2004WS-* Specs are like JSRs Redux
10/6/2004Social Software is the Platform of the Future
10/5/2004Google and the Digital Information Hub
9/27/2004Seeking Replacement for TiVo
9/19/2004WS-* Specs Are Like JSRs
9/19/2004The Spyware Invasion
9/14/2004Killing the "WinFS is About Making Search Better" Myth
8/30/2004It's Always Something
8/22/2004My Current Writing Queue
8/18/2004Is Google the Next Microsoft or the Next Netscape?
8/14/2004The Lessons of Tim Berners-Lee's World Wide Web and Amazon
7/30/2004What is Google Building II: Thin Client vs. Rich Client vs. Smart Client
7/24/2004What is Google Building?
7/14/2004C-Omega compiler preview available for download
7/4/2004Overlapping Code Names
6/18/2004Some Thoughts on Joel Spolsky's "Microsoft Losing the API War"
6/12/2004Know Your Competition (Hit Em Wit Da Hee)
6/8/2004Jon Udell and WinFS
6/6/2004Why I Can't Wait for Longhorn
6/1/2004Tim Bray Puzzled by SOA vs. XML Web Services
5/3/2004News Aggregators As Denial of Service Clients
4/30/2004Are Standards in the Software Industry a Chimera?
4/21/2004Why You Might Want to Declare a Class sealed or final.
4/20/2004The SOA Hype Keeps Chugging Along
4/20/2004Seeking the Perfect Online Discussion Forums for Microsoft Technologies
4/14/2004The Problem with Dates, Timezones and XmlConvert
3/24/2004Java vs. C#, The Battle for the Linux Desktop
3/16/2004Exploring Naked Objects
3/12/2004Hanging out at Microsoft Research and Sharing Information in RSS Bandit with Friends
3/11/2004Generics, Parametric Polymorphism and Statically Typed Languages Like C# and Java
3/9/2004My Short-Lived Fling With PubSub.com
3/7/2004On Software Patents
3/7/2004Some Thoughts on HP's Blog Epidemic Analyzer
2/26/2004WinFS as a Unified Data Store
2/21/2004Microsoft XML Web Services Architect Joins the Atom Effort
2/20/2004Never ascribe to malice that which can be explained by incompetence
2/18/2004WinFS as a Digital Media Store
2/12/2004It Begins
2/11/2004What is Metacrap?
2/11/2004ATOM: An IETF Future
2/10/2004WinFS and Metacrap
1/28/2004Service Oriented Architectures vs. Distributed Object Technologies
1/28/2004One Runtime, Multiple Languages
1/20/2004One Click Subscription and Blogging Tool Vendors
1/15/2004The Dork Watch Up Close
1/6/2004Blogging Tools and the RSS Bandwidth Problem
1/5/2004Request For Comments: Synchronization of Information Aggregators using Markup (SIAM)
1/5/2004Request For Comments: The "feed" URI Scheme [final draft]
1/1/2004The Unified Theory of Everything
12/30/2003HOWTO: Exposing Comments to Your Movable Type BLog in Your RSS Feed
12/29/2003Request For Comments: The "feed" URI Scheme

Trip Report (64) 
10/29/2009Facebook Seattle Engineering Road Show: Mike Shroepfer on Engineering at Scale at Facebook
3/22/2009Video: Standards for Aggregating Activity Feeds and Social Aggregation Services at MIX '09 Conference
3/18/2009Facebook, MySpace, Google, Plaxo & Marc Canter on Activity Streams at MIX 09 Conference
3/17/2009My MIX 09 Panel: Standards for Aggregating Activity Feeds and Social Aggregation Services
3/15/2009Some thoughts on news feeds and activity streams replacing email
3/14/2009SXSW Trip Report: The Search for a More Social Web
3/12/2009My SXSW Schedule
1/12/2009Upcoming Conference Appearance: SXSW '09
2/9/2008Lessons from the O'Reilly Social Graph FOO Camp
7/24/2007A Broadband Connection in Every Pot: Vint Cerf on Google's Vision
6/26/2007Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: Scaling Google for Every User
6/26/2007Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: Lessons in Building Scalable Systems
6/26/2007Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: Using MapReduce on Large Geographic Datasets
6/25/2007Google Scalability Conference Trip Report: MapReduce, BigTable, and Other Distributed System Abstractions for Handling Large Datasets
4/29/2007Music from my Trip to Nigeria
12/6/2006Widgets Live and Diversity in Conferences
11/7/2006Widgets Live Trip Report: PhotoBucket Success Story
11/7/2006Widgets Live Trip Report: Meebo Success Story
11/7/2006Widgets Live Trip Report: Dan Strauss on Fox Interactive Media
11/6/2006Widgets Live Trip Report: Arlo Rose on Konfabulator
3/20/2006MIX '06 Sessions You Should Attend
3/13/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: G/localization: When Global Information and Local Interaction Collide
3/13/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: Feeds as a Platform: More Data, Less Work
3/13/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: Search and the Network Effect
3/9/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: eBay Web Services: A Marketplace Platform for Fun and Profit
3/8/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: Building a Participation Platform: Yahoo! Web Services Past, Present, and Future
3/8/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: The Musical Myware
3/8/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: Who Is the Dick on My Site?
3/8/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: Artificial, Artificial Intelligence: What It Is and What It Means for the Web
3/8/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: The Future of Interfaces Is Multi-Touch
3/8/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: Simple Bridge-building
3/7/2006ETech 2006 Trip Report: Scaling Fast and Cheap - How We Built Flickr
10/9/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: What the Teens Want, Featuring a Panel of Teenagers
10/8/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: A Conversation with Sergey Brin
10/8/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: From the Labs - Yahoo!
10/8/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: From the Labs - Google
10/8/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: From the Labs - Hewlett Packard Laboratories
10/8/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: Open vs. Closed Models
10/8/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: Can Open Source Stay Open?
10/6/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: A Conversation with Terry Semel
10/6/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: Web 2.0 Dinner - A Conversation with Microsoft
10/6/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: Mash-ups 2.0 - Where's the Business Model?
10/6/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: AttentionTrust - First Board Meeting and Discusssion
10/5/2005Web 2.0 Conference Trip Report: Open Source Infrastructure
8/18/2005Nigeria 2005 Trip: Photos Uploaded
8/11/2005Nigeria Trip 2005: The Voyage Home
8/7/2005Nigeria 2005 Trip: Week 2
8/1/2005Nigeria 2005 Trip: Week 1
6/26/2005Gnomedex 5.0 Trip Report: Mark Fletcher, Scott Rafer, Bob Wyman on Tomorrow's RSS
6/26/2005Gnomedex 5.0 Trip Report: Steve Gillmor, Dave Sifry, Scott Gatz on Tomorrow's Syndication
6/25/2005Gnomedex 5.0 Trip Report: Dean Hachamovitch on Longhorn, IE 7 and RSS
3/18/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Odeo -- Podcasting for Everyone
3/18/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Introducing Google Code
3/18/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Introduction to Yahoo! Search Web Services
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: "Just" Use HTTP
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Building a New Web Service at Google
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: From the Labs: Google Labs
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: From the Labs: Yahoo! Research Labs
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: From the Labs: Microsoft Research
3/16/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Vertical Search and A9
3/16/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Remixing Technology at Applied Minds
3/15/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: The App is the API: Building and Surviving Remixable Applications
3/15/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Web Services as a Strategy for Startups: Opening Up and Letting Go
3/15/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Build Contentcentric Applications on RSS, Atom, and the Atom API

Video Games (6) 
12/26/2008Gears of War 2 on XBox 360: "disc unreadable" Woes
11/3/2007XBox 360 Green Screen of Death
5/16/2007Seeking Good Games on XBox 360
3/14/2007Microsoft Announces "Games for Windows - LIVE"
11/5/2006Marvel Ultimate Alliance
9/6/2005Hulk Smash

Web Development (198) 
4/9/2014The mobile web vs apps is another front on the battle between open and closed systems
7/30/2012OAuth 2.0: The good, the bad and the ugly
2/12/2012Some Thoughts on Address Book Privacy and Hashing as an Alternative to Gathering Raw Email Addresses
1/3/2012What I Learned After 3 Weeks of Writing Mobile Apps
6/3/2011BUILD: I’ll be there and if you’re a web developer you should be too
1/30/2011Learning from our Mistakes: The Failure of OpenID, AtomPub and XML on the Web
4/24/2010Facebook’s Open Graph Protocol from a Web Developer’s Perspective
4/19/2010Some Thoughts on XAuth
3/29/2010The NoSQL Debate: Automatic vs. Manual Transmission
3/10/2010Building Scalable Databases: Are Relational Databases Compatible with Large Scale Websites?
1/18/2010Does the world need OpenID Connect?
12/21/2009Some Thoughts on the Twitter API as a "standard API" for microblogging
11/23/2009Building Scalable Databases: Perspectives on the War on Soft Deletes
11/14/2009Joe Hewitt on Irony
11/7/2009Does OAuth Have a Dark Side?
9/10/2009Building Scalable Databases: Denormalization, the NoSQL Movement and Digg
6/4/2009Developers on Google Wave
5/22/2009OpenID’s Tipping Point
5/15/2009Why Twitter's Engineers Hate the @replies feature
4/18/2009Joe Gregorio on why the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) is a failure
4/11/2009Some thoughts on memory based architectures (aka why memcached isn't good enough)
4/11/2009rev="canonical": DiggBar outrage causes bad ideas to come out of the wood work
3/31/2009Seeking the perfect website: Design vs. Experimentation
3/5/2009Yahoo! Updates + Yahoo! Social Directory API (aka Yahoo! Connect)
2/26/2009If your users can't find the feature it might as well not exist
2/9/2009Google App Engine on the road to becoming useful for building real web applications
1/16/2009Building Scalable Databases: Pros and Cons of Various Database Sharding Schemes
1/7/2009Some Thoughts on Choosing Partition Keys in Windows Azure's Table Storage
1/6/2009Will the Online Identity War turn out like the XML Syndication War?
11/24/2008Alleged Twitter Security Issue: Doctor It Hurts When I Do That…
11/17/2008Live Framework (LiveFX), Is it Microsoft's GData or Something More?
11/9/2008In-Memory Caching: Why We Can't Just Trust the Database to get it Right
11/7/2008Why Google Forked OpenID and Other Stories
10/24/2008REST API Design: Invent Media Types, Not Protocols and Understand the Importance of Hyperlinks
10/19/2008Cloud Computing and Vendor Lock-In
10/15/2008Yahoo! Shares OpenID Usability Study
10/5/2008The Portable Contacts API: Killing the Password Anti-Pattern Once and For All
10/1/2008Windows Server on Amazon EC2?
9/28/2008jQuery to Ship as Part of Visual Studio
9/19/2008Things to Keep in Mind when Implementing OpenID on Your Website
9/19/2008The Problem with Every Implementation of a "Forgot Your Password?" Feature I've Seen Online
9/8/2008The New Browser Wars: The Best Features of the new Generation of Browsers
8/28/2008Fixing the HTTP Polling Problem: Some Thoughts on FriendFeed's Simple Update Protocol (SUP)
8/24/2008RESTful JSON: Bringing REST and RPC Closer Together
8/21/2008Some Thoughts on Amazon's Elastic Block Store
8/21/2008How Facebook Keeps Memcached Consistent Across Geo-Distributed Data Centers
8/17/2008Explaining REST to Damien Katz
8/11/2008Managing Large Web Server Farms: Puppet
8/11/2008Managing Large Web Server Farms: Microsoft's AutoPilot
7/27/2008When REST Doesn't Scale, XMPP to the Rescue?
7/21/2008Some Thoughts on Amazon S3's Recent Outage
7/14/2008Scalability: I Don't Think That Word Means What You Think It Does
7/10/2008Network Attached Memory: Terracota as an Alternative to Memcached
7/2/2008Some Thoughts on Google Adopting OAuth for GData APIs
6/24/2008Some Thoughts on OpenID and Being Selective About Who You Trust
6/19/2008Dark Launches, Gradual Ramps and Isolation: Testing the Scalability of New Features on your Web Site
6/6/2008Velocity: A Distributed In-Memory Cache from Microsoft
5/30/2008Google Gears as the Next Flash
5/26/2008Some Thoughts on Single Instance Storage and Twitter
5/23/2008Some Thoughts on Twitter's Availability Problems
5/17/2008Offline Web Apps, Dumb Idea or Really Dumb Idea?
3/4/2008IE 8 Will Do the Right Thing
2/23/2008How "View Source" Broke the Web
2/7/2008How to Probe Browser History Using Javascript in IE and Firefox
1/23/2008Google Map/Reduce vs. Relational Databases
11/12/2007OpenID + OAuth is the Final Nail in the Coffin of the WS-* vs. REST Discussion
11/4/2007OpenSocial Explained in Five Sentences
10/10/2007When Databases Lie: Consistency vs. Availability in Distributed Systems
10/6/2007OAuth 1.0 is Here - Delegated Authority Comes to Mashups
10/4/2007Joel Spolsky on Why the Facebook Platform is the Future of the Web
9/18/2007Message Queues, Denormalization and Scalability
9/12/2007Some Thoughts on CouchDB and Relational Databases
9/12/2007OAuth: Standardizing Authentication and Authorization for Web APIs
8/24/2007Microformats are not an API
8/16/2007Version 1.0 of Windows Live ID(Web Authentication) SDK Shipped
8/3/2007When Not to Normalize your SQL Database
7/20/2007Django or Rails, Ruby or Python?
7/13/2007Google Base Data API vs. Astoria: Two Approaches to SQL-like Queries in a RESTful Protocol
7/5/2007ASP.NET Caching vs. memcached: Seeking Efficient Data Partitioning, Lookup, and Retrieval
7/4/2007Amazon EC2 + S3 Doesn't Cut it for Real Applications
6/23/2007Moonlight: Silverlight for Linux in 21 Days
6/9/2007Why GData/APP Fails as a General Purpose Editing Protocol for the Web
6/6/2007Google Gears: Replacing One Problem with Another
6/5/2007What Ruby on Rails Can Learn from ASP.NET
6/5/2007Improving Website Usability with A/B Testing
5/31/2007Google Gears: Offline Support for AJAX/Flash Apps
5/25/2007Google GData: A Uniform Web API for All Google Services
5/25/2007No Microsoft PDC This Year
5/22/2007Understanding Adobe's Apollo
5/18/2007Microsoft's PopFly - Mashup Builder Extraordinaire
5/16/2007What is "The Web"?
5/14/2007Questioning Silverlight, JavaFX and Other RIA Platforms
5/9/2007What is Java FX Answered by Don Park
5/8/2007REST, Web Platforms and Versioning
5/3/2007What is Silverlight? (The Poster)
5/1/2007Silverlight: AJAX is now an Endangered Species
4/30/2007New Windows Live APIs Announces at MIX '07
4/30/2007Silverlight: Web Development + Hosted Services Platform
3/30/2007Bandwidth Theft and Hotlinking vs. Mashups
3/29/2007Some Thoughts on the Yahoo! Mail Web Service
3/19/2007Living Without Database Transactions
3/15/2007Amazon S3 & EC2: What's the Endgame?
3/14/2007Brendan Eich on Mozilla and the Future of AJAX
3/13/2007What is OpenID Good For?
3/6/2007When JSON isn't JSON
3/6/2007What Comes After AJAX?
2/12/2007Usage Specific robots.txt Directives
2/8/2007Netvibes: A Lesson in How to Build an Insecure Widgets Platform
2/6/2007Microsoft Working on OpenID Support
1/16/2007Google's Month of Security Flaws
1/2/2007JSON vs. XML: Browser Programming Models
1/2/2007JSON vs. XML: Browser Security Model
1/2/2007The GMail Security Flaw and Canary Values
12/21/2006Widgets Become More Important than APIs for Data Exchange on the Web
12/6/2006Widgets and Protecting Your Brand
11/14/2006Tag Clouds 101
11/14/2006Javascript Programming is TEH SUCK (part 2)
11/12/2006Javascript Programming is TEH SUCK
11/10/2006Slower Website == Slower Profits
11/10/2006W3C Working on Widgets 1.0 Spec
10/30/2006W3C Reverses Course on HTML's Evolution
10/11/2006Widgets Live conference
10/2/2006What's Wrong with Identity Silos?
9/30/2006Yahoo Launches Browser Based Authentication (BBAuth)
9/22/2006AJAX Tip: Passing Messages Between iframes
9/21/2006WidgetCon
9/1/2006Mike Torres on Firefox Extensions
8/27/2006Memory Leaks and Windows Live gadgets
8/22/2006AJAX Will Make it Mainstream, I Promise
8/19/2006Jon Udell on Open Sourcing XAML and WPF/E
8/19/2006Paul Graham was Surprised by Google Calendar?
8/16/2006W3C Process is Broken? Film at 11
8/9/2006Amazon Developer on Replacing Operations with Developers
8/9/2006Replacing Operations with Developers
7/10/2006Operations Expertise is the Secret Sauce of Web Development
4/27/2006Firefox, NTLM Authentication and Sharepoint
4/20/2006Tim Bray on the Cost of AJAX
4/17/2006The Two Webs
4/13/2006Calendar APIs Will Be The New Hotness
4/12/2006Broken as Designed: HTTP Content Negotiation (remix)
4/12/2006Updated: HTTP Cookies and the .NET Framework
4/12/2006Is HTTP Content Negotiation Broken as Designed?
4/11/2006W3C Publishes XMLHttpRequest Object specification
4/11/2006It Takes a While to Sink in Sometimes
4/4/2006Greg Linden on SQL Databases and Internet-Scale Applications
4/4/2006Metadata Quality, Events Databases and Live Clipboard
3/20/2006My Website is Bigger Than Your Enterprise
3/17/2006Storage is Key
3/15/2006Amazon's Simple Storage Service and GDrive
3/5/2006The Mashup Disconnect: Vendors vs. Developers
3/2/2006My Virtual Earth Mashup Article on XML.com
2/24/2006Yahoo! Design Patterns and User Interface Library
2/23/2006Google Launches GeoCities Clone, Film at 11
2/21/2006SQL Databases and Internet-Scale Applications
2/13/2006Microsoft's SPARK workshop
2/4/2006The Difference Between Microsoft and O'Reilly Conferences
2/1/2006AJAX 2.0: What Can Web Browsers Do To Get Us There?
1/31/2006Some Thoughts on the IE 7 Beta 2 Preview release
1/24/2006IE to Support Native XMLHttpRequest object
1/24/2006Brad Fitzpatrick on Browser Bugs and Cross Site Scripting Attacks
1/21/2006Metadata Quality and Mapping Between Domain Languages
1/1/2006Waiting for AJAX 2.0
12/21/2005AOL Instant Messenger and Google Talk to Interoperate
12/21/2005Yahoo! Open Shortcuts Announced
12/15/2005The Value of Web Platforms: Bloglines vs. Newsgator Online
12/7/2005Scaling Up and Startups
11/19/2005Building Gadgets for Live.com and a Javascript Debugging Tip
11/16/2005GoogleBase is del.icio.us 2.0
11/4/2005Addendum on Cloning Google APIs
11/3/2005Clone the Google APIs: Kill That Noise
10/29/2005Fixing AJAX: Cross-Domain Access and IXMLHttpRequest
10/26/2005Google Base == Amazon Simple Queue Service++ ?
10/21/2005Web 2.0 Bozo Bit Reflipped
10/20/2005Knowing the Problem is Half the Battle
10/16/2005Making Money from Mashups
10/5/2005Ning
10/2/2005The Web 2.0 Litmus Test
9/29/2005The Web 2.0 Conference is Next Week
9/29/2005Dates and Times in the MetaWeblog API and XML-RPC
9/20/2005Sleeper Hit of the PDC: Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere
9/18/2005Questioning RDF
9/16/2005A Webpage is Not An API or a Platform (The Populicio.us Remix)
9/13/2005Start.com and Microsoft Gadgets
9/13/2005ASP.NET "Atlas" Framework now available
9/13/2005PDC Question: Indigo vs. Atlas
9/9/2005The Connection Between XML Web Services, Service Orientation and AJAX
9/1/2005Seattle Movie Finder LazyWeb Request
8/23/2005The Evolution of AJAX: Jason Kottke Beats Me To The Punch
8/23/2005Omar Shahine on MSN's AJAX Framework
8/16/2005Moving Beyond the Basics: Scott Isaacs on AJAX Design Patterns
8/15/2005ETech 2006 Call for Participation
8/8/2005Microformats vs. XML vs. RDF
8/6/2005Is "Web 2.0" Bullshit? Not Entirely.
7/25/2005Hacking MSN Virtual Earth - Seattle Movie Finder
7/13/2005Hacking MSN Virtual Earth
7/10/2005Microsoft and Innovation: Always Ahead of It's Time or Bad Marketer?
6/28/2005Microsoft Announces AJAX Toolkit Codenamed "Atlas"
6/12/2005John Montgomery Misses the Point

Windows Live (227) 
10/14/2010On Messenger Connect being out of beta and my new gig
7/29/2010Change is bad. No, change is good. No, change is bad unless it’s great
7/14/2010What People are Saying about Social Networking in Windows Live (wave 4)
6/28/2010Messenger Social: Email and Social News Feeds are the new Peanut Butter and Jelly
6/21/2010Windows Live Messenger on the iPhone – Get it now from the App Store (CA, FR, GB, US)
6/8/2010Messenger Social: Building the Ultimate Social Dashboard for Staying in Touch while Eliminating the Noise
4/29/2010Messenger Connect announced
4/28/2010A preview of the next version of Windows Live Messenger
11/4/2009New MSN Homepage with Activity Streams from Windows Live, Facebook and Twitter
4/28/2009Repost: The Social Web and Windows Live
2/9/2009I'm a PC and I'm 4 and a half
1/28/2009Office Live Workspaces, Live Mesh and Windows Live Coming Together
1/10/2009Live Mesh Wins Best Technology Innovation/Achievement at Crunchies 2008
1/9/2009Windows Live What's New Sidebar Gadget (beta) now available
1/8/2009Windows Live Tip: How to Add your Flickr Photos to your Windows Live Profile
12/17/2008Wanna Work With Me?
12/5/2008Some Thoughts on Inline Comments in Activity Feeds
12/5/2008Windows Live Tip: Finding Recent Comments On Your Stuff
12/3/2008Putting Users In Control of Their Activity Feeds in Windows Live
12/3/2008Windows Live Reviews on Twitter
12/3/2008What We Did Last Summer: Social Network Aggregation and Activity Feeds in Windows Live
11/17/2008Live Framework (LiveFX), Is it Microsoft's GData or Something More?
11/13/2008Some Thoughts on Walled Gardens and Social Operating Systems
11/13/2008Coming Soon: Updated Windows Live Online Services
11/3/2008Windows Azure from a Developer's Perspective
10/27/2008Windows Live is now an OpenID Provider
10/27/2008Microsoft Announces Windows Azure
9/22/2008Windows Live + Outlook: Shared Calendaring that Just Works
9/21/2008Response to Some Feedback on "What's New" in Windows Live Messenger
9/17/2008Public Beta of the Latest Wave of the Windows Live desktop suite is now Available
2/28/2008Windows Live Platform News: Microsoft Standardizes on AtomPub for Web Services and Other Stories
2/28/2008Spaces & SkyDrive: Recent Releases from Windows Live
2/16/2008The Windows Live Spaces Photo API (alpha)
1/24/2008Microsoft Joins Dataportability.org
1/19/2008If Google and Yahoo! Jumped of a Bridge...
1/17/2008Greg Linden Joins Microsoft Live Labs
1/4/2008Should Hotmail Block Screen Scrapers?
1/3/2008Facebook Right, Scoble Wrong: Social Network Interoperability and the O'Reilly Social Graph FOO Camp
11/27/2007Some Thoughts on the Facebook Beacon
11/8/2007Embed Windows Live Messenger Anywhere on the Web
11/7/2007Windows Live News: live.com email addresses, Calendar in public beta and v1.0 of Desktop Suite
11/2/2007Some Thoughts on MySpace, Bebo and SixApart adopting OpenSocial
10/31/2007OpenSocial: Google Proposes Widget & RESTful API Standards for Social Networking Sites
10/26/2007Search Engines as Mind Readers
10/25/2007Windows Live Spaces: World's Most Popular Social Networking Site
10/24/2007Live Contacts Interactive SDK: Try Out the Windows Live Contacts API
10/17/2007The New maps.live.com is Hot
10/16/2007The Web is the Platform: On Microsoft's Social Graph API Strategy
10/13/2007Sarcastic Responses to Dumb Questions (Erick Schonfeld Edition)
10/12/2007Windows Live Events and Updated "What's New" page on Windows Live Spaces
9/19/2007Microsoft REST APIs: Astoria = Web3S + Atom - RDF
9/6/2007The Windows Live Suite is Here
8/24/2007It isn't OpenID vs. Windows Live ID (Web Authentication )
8/22/2007Windows Live and Bebo: Social Network Portability, IM Interoperability and More
8/16/2007Version 1.0 of Windows Live ID(Web Authentication) SDK Shipped
8/13/20075GB Inboxes and Other Features Come to Windows Live Hotmail
8/9/2007Windows Live SkyDrive in public beta. Replaces Windows Live Folders
7/28/2007Facial Recognition Comes to Live Search
7/26/2007Windows Live Spaces Gets More Social
7/13/2007Live Search for Mobile 2.0 is Available
6/27/2007Thoughts on Microsoft's Online Strategy
6/16/2007Web3S: A RESTful Protocol for Accessing Windows Live Services
6/12/2007Windows Live Hotmail and Outlook Together at Last
6/12/2007Microsoft and the Atom Publishing Protocol
6/7/2007WhyWillYouWorkHere.com
6/1/2007A Slew of Windows Live Betas
5/9/2007Opting out of the XBox Live<->Windows Live Messenger Integration
5/7/2007Windows Live Hotmail and Windows Live Mail News
4/30/2007New Windows Live APIs Announces at MIX '07
4/30/2007Silverlight: Web Development + Hosted Services Platform
4/10/2007Better Together: XBox 360 and Windows Live Messenger
4/6/2007Google MyMaps vs. Frappr: A Feature Isn't a Business
3/18/2007Search Engine Bribery: iTWire Needs to Get Its Facts Straight
3/16/2007Two Lessons On Branding in Software
3/1/2007Earn Money for Your Favorite Charity by Chatting on IM
2/19/2007Hidden in Plain Sight
2/16/2007MSN Reporter: Microsoft's Digg Clone?
2/15/2007411 is Dead to Me
2/13/2007Three New Windows Live Services for Mobile Phones
2/12/2007Live.com Collections Debut
2/8/2007Windows Live Mail is now Windows Live Hotmail
2/4/2007The Windows Live SDK and Passport Opens Up
1/25/2007Embeddable Videos Come to Windows Live Spaces
1/23/2007Use Windows Live Search and Help Refugee Children
1/22/2007Grab this Widget: Windows Live Contacts Widget
1/16/2007IE 7, Firefox and the Search Wars
1/3/2007Windows Live for TV (Beta) Now Available
12/19/2006ComScore Media Metrix on the Popularity of Blogging
12/12/2006On Windows Live Re-Rebranding as MSN
12/1/2006Live Search for Mobile beta Now Available
11/30/2006Competing with Google is Like the War in Iraq
11/28/2006Happy Holidays - All Hotmail Users Get 1GB Inbox
11/19/2006Thought Experiment: What if Microsoft Stopped Competing with Google?
11/11/2006Is "Relevance" a Relevant Metric of Search Engine Quality?
11/9/2006Windows Live Spaces Updates, My Video Gadget Now Works
11/7/2006SpaceLand is Here: 3D City Models Added to Virtual Earth
11/1/2006Add Search to Your Site with the Live Search Box
11/1/2006Microsoft Max is No More
10/31/2006Windows Live Quick Hits
10/24/2006Custom Search Engines: Google Coop, Live Search Macros and Yahoo! Search Builder
9/30/2006What's Ray Ozzie Talking About?
9/27/2006Yahoo to Windows Live IM Interop is now publicly available
9/21/2006Windows Live Expo updated
9/19/2006Windows Live tip: Use maps.live.com for Windows Live Local
9/13/2006MySpace Craps on Its Developer Ecosystem
9/12/2006Windows Live Search, Live.com and Windows Live Local Out of Beta
9/8/2006Windows Live Writer & RSS Bandit Together at Last
9/3/2006When a Plan Comes Together
8/31/2006Some Thoughts on Social Search
8/29/2006Windows Live QnA in public beta
8/27/2006Memory Leaks and Windows Live gadgets
8/25/2006Windows Live WiFi team is blogging
8/24/2006Flickr API Weirdness
8/21/2006On Useless Metrics
8/21/2006The Windows Live Contacts Gadget is Here
8/17/2006Encouraging the Viral Spread of Gadgets
8/17/2006Exclusive Website Partnerships in the Age of Open APIs
8/14/2006Windows Live Writer is Here!!!
8/8/2006Niall Kennedy Leaving Microsoft
8/4/2006Dealing with Unwanted Friend Request Emails in Windows Live Spaces
8/4/2006Any Blogging Tools Having Issues Posting to Windows Live Spaces?
8/2/2006Windows Live Spaces is Live
7/24/2006Windows Live Gallery beta Now Available
7/18/2006See Your XBox Live Friends List from Windows Live Messenger
7/13/2006Yahoo! Messenger and Windows Live Messenger Now Interoperate
7/12/2006Windows Live Expo is out of beta
7/11/2006Windows Live Marketing Heats Up
6/30/2006Google and Identity 2.0
6/28/2006Windows Live Custom Domains is out of beta
6/28/2006Free Phone Calls on Windows Live Local
6/20/2006Windows Live Messenger is now Available
6/20/2006Will We Soon See "Ballsy" Windows Live Announcements?
6/17/2006My Live.com Gadget using the Windows Live Expo API
6/17/2006Windows Live Favorites is out of beta
6/17/2006Live.com Simplifies with New UI Update
6/15/2006AOL's Digg-Killer
6/15/2006Tim Bray on Microsoft LifeCams and Window Live
6/15/2006Gadgets on MSN Spaces
6/14/2006Microsoft LifeCams and Windows Live
6/9/2006http://dev.live.com is Live
6/8/2006URL Changes Coming to MSN Spaces
6/7/2006Windows Live Expo API now available
6/2/2006Search Ads in Windows Live Mail Desktop
5/31/2006The Invasion of the Robots Contest
5/26/2006Windows Live Gadgets SDK Released
5/26/2006Coming Soon: http://dev.live.com
5/25/2006MSN Spaces Now Largest Blogging Service Worldwide
5/24/2006Innovation, A/B Tests and the Microsoft Experimentation Platform
5/24/2006New Version of Windows Live Local Shipped
5/17/2006Updated: Windows Live Naming/Branding Continues to Confuse
5/13/2006Misinterpreting Alexa Traffic Data for Live.com
5/9/2006Windows Live QnA Coming Soon
5/9/2006Recent Happenings in the World of Windows Live Messenger
5/1/2006Rule #1: Don't Piss Off The Customer
4/29/2006Windows Live Shopping beta Launched
4/24/2006Our Org Chart is Fucked Up
4/23/2006Don't Hate, Congratulate
4/21/2006Windows Live @edu Making Headway in Colleges
4/20/2006Windows Live Favorites and Messenger Together at Last
4/20/2006Google is Yahoo 2.0
4/18/2006Zillow Integrates with Virtual Earth
4/12/2006Windows Live Academic Search beta Launched
4/11/2006Windows Live ID team is Blogging
4/11/2006Niall Kennedy Joins Windows Live
4/10/2006Social Networking in Windows Live Messenger
4/6/2006Windows Live Mail Adds Contact Control Support
4/4/2006Photo E-mail and Windows Live Mail Desktop (Beta)
3/23/2006Steven Sinofsky Takes Over Windows and Windows Live
3/22/2006One of These is Not Like the Others
3/21/2006Windows Live Developer Center Launched
3/20/2006Instant Messaging Networks vs. Public Social Networks
3/20/2006MIX '06 Sessions You Should Attend
3/17/2006John Battelle Wants to Break Microsoft Up
3/14/2006Social Networking in MSN Spaces
3/14/2006MSN Spaces updated last week
3/13/2006Windows Live Mail Desktop team is blogging
3/2/2006My Virtual Earth Mashup Article on XML.com
3/1/2006The Relationship between Infocard and Passport
3/1/2006Windows Live Mail beta (M5) is out
3/1/2006Windows Live Expo in Public Beta
2/28/2006Windows Live Local Previews Street-Side Drive By
2/28/2006New Beta Version of Windows Live Messenger
2/17/2006The Problem with Single Sign-In Systems
2/16/200637 Signals on Office Live
2/11/2006Been There, Done That, Now Watcing Google Catch Up
2/8/2006Brand War: MSN vs. Windows Live
2/8/2006Pricing Announced for Windows OneCare Live
2/3/2006MSN Spaces Updated (remix)
2/2/2006Thank You to Mark Fletcher and the Bloglines Crew
2/1/2006Ken Levy Joins the Fold
1/31/2006Microsoft Changes Blog Shutdown Policies
1/30/2006Joe Wilcox on Windows Live and Internet Explorer
1/29/2006Live.com Updated to Support Inline Images
1/27/2006Wanna Change the World of Social Software? We're Hiring!!!
1/27/2006MSN Spaces Updated
1/26/2006Microsoft Live Labs
1/18/2006A Flickr-like API for MSN Spaces?
1/18/2006The Windows Live Expo team is blogging
1/13/2006The Hotmail Team on Building Scalable Web Applications
1/11/2006MetaWeblog API for MSN Spaces Documentation Available
1/11/2006Posting to MSN Spaces from Flickr
12/22/2005Seattle Movie Finder mash-up updated
12/14/2005Windows Live Messenger (Beta) and Office Communicator Web Access 1.0
12/13/2005MSN Spaces API Discussion Forum Created
12/13/2005Microsoft and MCI Join to Deliver Consumer PC-to-Phone Calling
12/13/2005The Windows Live Favorites team is blogging
12/12/2005MetaWeblog API for MSN Spaces now widely available
12/12/2005Posting to your blog on MSN Spaces using W.Bloggar
12/12/2005Posting to your blog on MSN Spaces using Blogjet
12/8/2005Windows Live Favorites Toolbar AddIn (Beta) Launched
12/8/2005Windows Live Local (Beta) Launched
12/6/2005Virtual Earth is dead, long live Windows Live Local
12/6/2005Upcoming MSDN Webcasts on MSN APIs
12/1/2005Windows Live Fremont: A Social Marketplace
12/1/2005Charlene Li on Windows Live Fremont
12/1/2005Windows Live Mail beta adds new features
11/30/2005Windows OneCare Live beta
11/25/2005Brand X vs. Brand Y: Social Effects and Competition in the Software Indistry
11/23/2005domains.live.com team has a blog
11/19/2005Building Gadgets for Live.com and a Javascript Debugging Tip
11/19/2005domains.live.com
11/17/2005"Microsoft Live" and Abandoning Developers
11/11/2005MetaWeblog API beta for MSN Spaces chugs along
11/9/2005The Windows Live Platform: 'Hailstorm' Take 2?
11/9/2005LazyWeb Request: Fix the Flickr Gadget on Live.com
11/8/2005MetaWeblog API for MSN Spaces in beta
11/4/2005Switching to live.com

XML (203) 
1/12/2009Can RDF really save us from data format proliferation?
7/14/2008Scalability: I Don't Think That Word Means What You Think It Does
7/2/2008In Defense of XML
7/17/2007Note to Software Vendors, the World is Collaborative and Loosely Coupled
5/1/2007Microsoft's Astoria and Jasper data access projects
2/1/2007Miguel de Icaza on OOXML vs. ODF
1/23/2007What is Rob Weir (and IBM's) Agenda with the OOXML Bashing?
1/22/2007ODF vs. OOXML on Wikipedia
1/3/2007Updated: XML Has Too Many Architecture Astronauts
1/2/2007JSON vs. XML: Browser Programming Models
1/2/2007JSON vs. XML: Browser Security Model
12/15/2006Versioning Does Not Make Validation Irrelevant
12/11/2006My Good Deed for the Day
12/6/2006Miguel De Icaza on the Novell's OpenOffice "Fork"
11/28/2006Should You Choose RELAX Now?
7/18/2006On Microsoft Not Joining the OpenDocument Format (ODF) Committee
7/6/2006Microsoft Announces ODF Support for Office
6/23/2006Mike Champion on Why We Need XLinq
5/17/2006On the C# 3.0 Preview: Some Thoughts on LINQ
4/11/2006W3C Publishes XMLHttpRequest Object specification
1/24/2006WordPerfect to Support Microsoft Office Open XML Formats
1/21/2006Metadata Quality and Mapping Between Domain Languages
1/18/2006Microformats vs. XML: Pros and Cons
1/12/2006Microformats vs. XML: Was the XML Vision Wrong?
12/15/2005Don Demsak on XSLT 2.0 and Microsoft
12/11/2005XSLT 2.0 and Microsoft
11/28/2005Tim Bray's Hypocrisy and Competing XML Formats
11/9/2005Adam Bosworth's "Learning From the Web"
10/18/2005The Myth of the Office XML Binary Key
9/30/2005On Crappy XML Formats
9/18/2005Questioning RDF
9/16/2005XLinq and Visual Basic 9
9/15/2005Integrating XML into Programming Languages: Diving Into XLinq
9/13/2005Microsoft announces LINQ (and XLinq)
8/8/2005Microformats vs. XML vs. RDF
7/28/2005Using XML on the Web is Evil, Since When?
7/13/2005Hacking MSN Virtual Earth
6/28/2005Apple Embraces and Extends RSS with iTunes 4.9
6/20/2005Joe Wilcox on Microsoft's Office Open XML formats
6/8/2005.NET vs. J2EE Performance Benchmarks for XML and XML Web Services
6/4/2005Microsoft Office and XML: Why not the OASIS OpenOffice.org XML format?
6/2/2005Next Version of Office Will Use XML as the Default File Format
5/18/2005Jonathan Marsh On XInclude and XML Schema
5/16/2005XInclude and W3C XML Schema Will Play Nice Together in .NET Framework v2.0
5/10/2005UPDATED: Things to note about foreach and System.Xml.XPath.XPathNodeIterator
5/9/2005Microsoft licensed Mvp.Xml library
4/27/2005Adam Bosworth's Web of Data: Is RSS the only API your Website Needs?
4/24/2005Fun with XMLHttpRequest and RSS: Browsing Photo Albums on MSN Spaces
4/22/2005Contract-First XML Web Service Design is No Panacea
4/19/2005Ideas for my next Extreme XML column on MSDN
4/13/2005Interested in Improving XML Support in Internet Explorer?
3/22/2005SOA, AJAX and REST: The Software Industry Devolves into the Fashion Industry
2/11/2005The Fallacy of "XML Will Save Us"
2/9/2005On the Complexity of XML APIs
2/3/2005Square Pegs in Round Holes: W3C XML Schema and XInclude
1/28/2005Article Idea: Processing XML in the Real World
1/5/2005Getting Back in the Saddle
12/22/2004The Value of RSS
12/10/2004Interested in XML Integration in Conventional Programming Languages?
12/8/2004XML Heavyweights Migrate to Redmond
11/30/2004XSD, RELAX NG and Why We Didn't Ship System.Xml.IXmlType
11/19/2004Some Thoughts on Adam Bosworth's ISCOC04 Talk
11/19/2004Poppin' Them Thangs at XML 2004
11/18/2004The Tyranny of MustUnderstand
11/4/2004XML Specs That Give You Nightmares
10/26/2004Don Box's WS-Why Talk and the WS Kernel
10/22/2004SAX for .NET 1.0 and SAXExpat.NET 1.0 Released
10/17/2004Hindsight is 20/20: Three Things XML Got Wrong
10/13/2004Upcoming Changes to System.Xml in .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2
10/11/2004The XML Litmus Test: Understanding When and Why to Use XML
10/8/2004WS-* Specs are like JSRs Redux
10/2/2004Why I Love XML-DEV
9/20/2004Frustrated with the Limitations of XSD for XML Document Validation? Try Schematron!!!
9/19/2004WS-* Specs Are Like JSRs
9/14/2004EXSLT.NET 1.1 released
9/8/20047 Fallacies of Validation
9/3/2004More Information on the XPathDocument/XmlDocument Change in Whidbey beta 2
8/25/2004The MSDN Camp vs. The Raymond Chen Camp
8/22/2004My Current Writing Queue
8/20/2004RELAX NG, XSD and XML Web Services
8/18/2004Women in XML
8/14/2004Chris Anderson: Developers Hate XML
8/11/2004New and Upcoming articles on the MSDN XML Developer Center
8/3/2004Transcripts of Online Chat with Microsoft XML Team
8/1/2004Loading XML Files from Behind a Proxy Server
7/30/2004On Designing Extensible, Versionable XML Formats
7/21/2004When Backwards Compatibility Mode Isn't
7/15/2004Bang! Bang! My Baby Shot Me Down
7/14/2004C-Omega compiler preview available for download
7/10/2004On Raining on the W3C's Parade
7/9/2004Is the W3C Becoming Irrelevant?
7/4/2004Breaking Changes in System.Xml from v1.1 to v2.0 of the .NET Framework
6/24/2004What Would You Like To See in System.Xml in Orcas/Longhorn?
6/19/2004Online Chat with Microsoft XML Team
6/18/2004XML 2004: I'll Be There
6/15/2004Objects vs. XML in WinFS Land
6/15/2004Michael Rys Comments on Infoworld article "Databases flex their XML"
6/12/2004Office 2003 and XML: It's All About Your Data and Your Formats
6/8/2004Applied XML DevCon: Call for Speakers
6/8/2004Jon Udell and WinFS
6/6/2004RDF as a More Extensible XML
6/4/2004XML Web Services != Distributed Objects 3: Sometimes U Have To Explain
6/3/2004XML Web Services != Distributed Objects (part 2)
6/1/2004Tim Bray Puzzled by SOA vs. XML Web Services
5/28/2004XML, the New Database Heresy
5/28/2004Document-centric.NET Article on XML.com
5/26/2004The RSS enclosure element and the Dangers of Overspecification
5/26/2004Versioning is Hard
5/25/2004XML 1.1 Continues to be a Bitter Pill
5/25/2004XML in SQL Server 2005
5/22/2004RSS, Atom and Microsoft
5/22/2004Another XML Geek Questions the Value of the Semantic Web
5/21/2004Query and Transformation: 2 Sides of the Same Coin?
5/21/2004What's New in System.Xml for .NET Compact Framework v2.0
5/18/2004Improving XML Performance in .NET Framework Applications
5/15/2004Binary Formats, XML and Performance
5/15/2004Why You Won't See XSLT 2.0 or XPath 2.0 in the Next Version of the .NET Framework
5/11/2004How To Programmatically Modify an InfoPath Form Template
5/6/2004Design Guidelines for Exposing XML in APIs for Whidbey/Longhorn
5/6/2004Knowing the Limitations of XML Schema Validation
4/26/2004XInclude for .NET, Sequential XPath and XPathNavigatorReader
4/24/2004On Reinventing Terminology
4/22/2004Serializing an Object's State != Serializing an Object
4/21/2004The W3C Trudges Along Ever So Slowly...
4/14/2004Static classes in C#
4/14/2004C|Net Invents Yet Another XML Syndication Format
4/12/2004Designing XML Formats: Versioning vs. Extensibility
4/10/2004Implementing Standards is a Game of Dice
4/5/2004WS-MetadataExchange and the ATOM API
4/1/2004Some Thoughts on the SAX dot NET Project
3/29/2004XML Developer Center on MSDN Launched
3/28/2004The Holy Grail in XML<->Object Mapping Technologies
3/24/2004MSDN Magazine Article on Blogging and RSS
3/24/2004Design Guidelines for Working with XML in the .NET Framework
3/17/2004Countdown to the XML Developer Center on MSDN
3/16/2004Misunderstanding XML and Other RSS Follies
3/15/2004Tim Bray now Works at Sun
3/11/2004On Merging RSS and Atom
3/9/2004On The Upcoming XML Developer Center on MSDN
2/28/2004A Look at the xml:base attribute and the .NET Framework's XmlReader
2/28/2004XmlReader and the Factory Design Pattern
2/25/2004Still Waters Run Deep
2/22/2004Newspaper Views for Reading RSS Feeds
2/21/2004Microsoft XML Web Services Architect Joins the Atom Effort
2/20/2004The Impedence Mismatch between W3C XML Schema and the CLR
2/18/2004Mr. Safe's Guide to the RSS vs. ATOM debate
2/15/2004Combining XPath-based Filtering with Pull-based XML Parsing
2/15/2004On Semantic Integration and XML
2/13/2004Sex, Lies and XML MIME Types
2/9/2004Dealing with Difficulties Using Namespaces in XML
2/8/2004My Review of ATOM.NET
2/8/2004This Month's Extreme XML Column: Passing XML Data Inside the CLR
2/6/2004XML 1.1: The W3C Gets It Wrong
2/3/2004Rule Based XML Validation, XML Web Services and Service Oriented Architectures
1/28/2004Validation and XML APIs
1/27/2004The Newly Awarded Microsoft XML MVPs
1/23/200410 [Bogus] Reasons Why RSS is not Ready for Prime Time
1/21/2004Aaron Skonnard's Blog
1/21/2004Draconians vs. Tolerants: Everyone Lost Yet Everyone Won.
1/20/2004On Versioning XML Vocabularies
1/19/2004It's All About Your Point of "View"
1/15/2004An Industry First
1/15/2004Reading and Writing Well-Formed XML in the .NET Framework
1/13/2004XML on the Web
1/10/2004Dogma, Religion and Computer Programmers
1/6/2004XQuery on the Web
1/6/2004XML For You and Me, Your Mama and Your Cousin Too
1/5/2004Request For Comments: Synchronization of Information Aggregators using Markup (SIAM)
1/1/2004The Unified Theory of Everything
12/29/2003On Euphemisms: XML Web Services & SOA
12/26/2003Hypocrisy That Turns My Stomach
12/24/2003When Bad Ideas Attack
12/23/2003One of the Most Difficult Tasks in Software Development: Choosing Good Names
12/17/2003XML 2003 Highlights: Most Interesting Sessions
12/16/2003XML 2003 Highlights: Conversations
12/12/2003Initial Impressions from XML 2003
12/9/2003RESTful XML Web Services vs. RPC-style XML Web Services
12/7/2003One-Click Subscription to RSS and ATOM Feeds
12/3/2003My Love Affair With EXSLT Continues
12/2/2003The ATOM API vs. the ATOM Syndication Format
11/20/2003Misinformation on XML.com: Microsoft and Binary XML
11/18/2003XQuery is a Better XPath not a Better XSLT
11/17/2003Open and Royalty-Free License For Office 2003 XML Reference Schemas
11/17/2003XAML Passes the XML Litmus Test
11/14/2003Is XML About Text or Not?
11/13/2003When You Have A Hammer Everything Looks Like A Nail
11/11/2003Curiosity Killed the Cat
11/11/2003More on RDF, The Semantic Web and Perpetual Motion Machines
11/10/2003RDF, The Semantic Web and Perpetual Motion Machines
11/7/2003The W3C Learns From Past Mistakes
11/5/2003A Request for Authors of Weblog Software
11/4/2003XPath Over Arbitrary Object Graphs: The Perils of Being Easily Distracted
10/30/2003What's New For XML Programming Models in the Next Version of the .NET Framework
10/30/2003XML Schema Design Patterns (part 3)
10/29/2003On the Death of the XML Database
10/28/2003Indigo
10/27/2003While The Cat's Away
10/25/2003Something Cool From Microsoft You Might Not See At The PDC
10/19/2003SGML on the Web: A Failed Dream?
10/19/2003The XML Litmus Test
10/18/2003Service Oriented Architecture
10/11/2003EXSLT.NET v1.0 Released
10/7/2003A Critical Look at the RSS-Data Proposal

XML Web Services (114) 
4/18/2009Joe Gregorio on why the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) is a failure
10/24/2008REST API Design: Invent Media Types, Not Protocols and Understand the Importance of Hyperlinks
10/5/2008The Portable Contacts API: Killing the Password Anti-Pattern Once and For All
8/24/2008RESTful JSON: Bringing REST and RPC Closer Together
8/17/2008Explaining REST to Damien Katz
6/10/2008Two Cardinal Sins of REST API Design: Lessons you can Learn from the NewsGator REST API
2/28/2008Windows Live Platform News: Microsoft Standardizes on AtomPub for Web Services and Other Stories
2/23/2008More Thoughts on an HTTP PATCH and AtomPub
2/16/2008Thoughts on Google's Proposal for Granular Updates in AtomPub
2/16/2008The Windows Live Spaces Photo API (alpha)
2/16/2008ADO.NET Data Services (Astoria) Adopts AtomPub
1/17/2008Myth: RESTful Web Services Don't Need an Interface Definition Language
12/30/2007REST APIs that Suck: Google Reader
12/21/2007Amazon SimpleDB: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
12/11/2007ADO.NET Data Services (Astoria) Transforms SQL Server into an Atom Store
11/19/2007What's Right and Wrong with Code Generation in Web Services
11/19/2007Guidelines for Building RESTful Web Services
11/15/2007WS-* is to REST as Theory is to Practice
11/12/2007OpenID + OAuth is the Final Nail in the Coffin of the WS-* vs. REST Discussion
11/3/2007Google OpenSocial: Technical Overview and Critique
11/1/2007When Will GData Be RFC 5023 Compliant?
10/24/2007Live Contacts Interactive SDK: Try Out the Windows Live Contacts API
10/10/2007One Protocol to Rule Them All and in the Darkness Bind Them
10/6/2007OAuth 1.0 is Here - Delegated Authority Comes to Mashups
9/19/2007Microsoft REST APIs: Astoria = Web3S + Atom - RDF
9/12/2007OAuth: Standardizing Authentication and Authorization for Web APIs
8/28/2007Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right: Contract-first vs. Code-first Web Services Development
8/24/2007Microformats are not an API
7/17/2007Note to Software Vendors, the World is Collaborative and Loosely Coupled
7/13/2007Google Base Data API vs. Astoria: Two Approaches to SQL-like Queries in a RESTful Protocol
6/16/2007Web3S: A RESTful Protocol for Accessing Windows Live Services
6/12/2007Windows Live Hotmail and Outlook Together at Last
6/12/2007Microsoft and the Atom Publishing Protocol
6/11/2007GData isn't a Best Practice Implementation of the Atom Publishing Protocol
6/9/2007Why GData/APP Fails as a General Purpose Editing Protocol for the Web
6/4/2007What's Wrong with WADL?
5/26/2007Mike Champion Defends WS-*
5/25/2007Google GData: A Uniform Web API for All Google Services
5/8/2007REST, Web Platforms and Versioning
5/1/2007Microsoft's Astoria and Jasper data access projects
2/27/2007Facebook's Announces FQL for Developers
2/6/2007Microsoft Working on OpenID Support
1/2/2007JSON vs. XML: Browser Programming Models
1/2/2007JSON vs. XML: Browser Security Model
12/21/2006Widgets Become More Important than APIs for Data Exchange on the Web
12/19/2006Google Kills Search API
12/15/2006Versioning Does Not Make Validation Irrelevant
12/7/2006REST and Message Security
11/28/2006REST is Hazardous to Your Career?
11/16/2006Pete Lacey's "The S stands for Simple"
10/7/2006Amazon S3 and WebDAV
10/2/2006What's Wrong with Identity Silos?
8/25/2006Protocol Independence, SOAP and Leaky Abstractions
8/24/2006Flickr API Weirdness
8/16/2006The Facebook has an API
8/14/2006Applying the Lessons of XML to JSON
7/15/2006On GData and Hailstorm
7/13/2006Web Services Versioning - Google Style
7/12/2006Some Thoughts on Web Services, Caching and Autonomy
7/5/2006Reach is the Most Important Thing when Building Services on the Web
6/30/2006Google and Identity 2.0
6/28/2006Authentication and Web APIs
6/20/2006ACM Queue: The Rise and Fall of CORBA
6/19/2006Windows Communication Foundation RSS Toolkit
6/17/2006My Live.com Gadget using the Windows Live Expo API
5/15/2006Tim Ewald on Versioning XML Web Services with XSD
5/12/2006What Web Services Technologies Do You Use?
5/12/2006Blogging from Word 2007
5/11/2006So Who Really Likes WS-*?
4/20/2006Google Data APIs Protocol
4/17/2006The Two Webs
4/13/2006Calendar APIs Will Be The New Hotness
3/25/2006Hi-REST/Lo-REST Pushback
3/19/2006How Tool Vendors Can Better Support REST
3/17/2006Storage is Key
3/15/2006Amazon's Simple Storage Service and GDrive
2/23/2006SOAP and Protocol Independence
2/21/2006Why WS-* interop sucks
2/20/2006More on Pragmatism and Web Services
2/17/2006Don Box on Pragmatism and Web Services
1/20/2006My Favorite SOAP Anti-Pattern
1/18/2006A Flickr-like API for MSN Spaces?
12/16/2005Building RESTful Applications with Indigo
12/11/2005The Misguided Efforts of the W3C's XML Schema Patterns for Databinding Working Group
9/29/2005Dates and Times in the MetaWeblog API and XML-RPC
9/22/2005My First Podcast: Microsoft Architecture Podcast series
9/13/2005PDC Question: Indigo vs. Atlas
9/9/2005The Connection Between XML Web Services, Service Orientation and AJAX
8/31/2005Why You Should Avoid Using Enumerated Types in XML Web Services
8/23/2005More on Prefering SOA Over REST
8/20/2005Why I Prefer SOA to REST
7/22/2005XML Web Services and Service Orientation: Does Microsoft Practice What It Preaches?
7/14/2005Updated: Indigo Embracing POX and REST web services
7/5/2005Last Week in APIs for Online Mapping Services
6/23/2005Of What Use Are Search Engine APIs?
6/8/2005.NET vs. J2EE Performance Benchmarks for XML and XML Web Services
6/1/2005There is no Substitute for Good Documentation
5/25/2005Can XML Web Services Move Beyond the Twin Burdens of XSD and WSDL?
5/20/2005RSS and AJAX as Disruptive Technologies
5/10/2005Protocol Independence is a Leaky Abstraction
5/5/2005On Replacing WSDL with Something Simpler
4/26/2005More on Contract-First Web Service Design
4/22/2005Contract-First XML Web Service Design is No Panacea
4/3/2005Misunderstanding REST: A look at the Bloglines, del.icio.us and Flickr APIs
3/18/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Introduction to Yahoo! Search Web Services
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: "Just" Use HTTP
3/17/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Building a New Web Service at Google
3/15/2005ETech 2005 Trip Report: Web Services as a Strategy for Startups: Opening Up and Letting Go
3/3/2005The Sorry State of Affairs in Weblog APIs
2/15/2005Understanding the Place of POX, SOAP and WS-* in Building XML Web Services
2/11/2005The Fallacy of "XML Will Save Us"
2/10/2005On Interoperability and Tim Ewald's 3 Web Services Stacks
12/6/2004RE:Versioning Web Service Parameters
11/30/2004RE: One parameter to rule them all: Part 2

No Category (207) 
4/1/2012Girls Around Me app FREAK OUT is really a FourSquare freak out in Disguise
2/15/2010Understanding the Real-Time Web for Web Developers
2/13/2010Autofollowing on Social Networks and User Privacy Becoming a Pawn in a Competitive Chess Games
2/9/2010The iPhone Obsession and Lying with Statistics
7/12/2008Giving Sh*t Away is not a Business Strategy
5/28/2008Not Turtles, AtomPub All the Way Down
2/1/2008Slashdot on Microsoft's Bid on Yahoo
1/13/2008Change the World or Go Home: Why I Love Working at Microsoft
12/11/2007In Memoriam
11/30/2007I Can't Wait...
10/6/2007Thoughts on Amazon's Internal Storage System (Dynamo)
8/3/2007"Web 2.0" is the New Vendor Lock-in
7/23/2007Four Simple Improvements to the Facebook User Experience
7/27/2006Windows Live Mail Desktop beta Now Available
10/4/2003XML Journal on the Universal XML API, RSS Bandit 1.1.0.36 and Hip Hop Feuds Explored
10/3/2003It's Like Trying to Smoke Crack and Go to Sleep
9/30/2003On Impedance Mismatches
9/29/2003Love Me
9/24/2003So That's What "All Ages" Means
9/20/2003iPod Annoyances, Soul Calibur 2 Bugs and Silly Ideas About XML
9/18/2003Kill Or Be Killed
9/14/2003Lots of Little Things
9/5/2003Always Ask Questions
9/4/2003Cuz I'm Outside of the Club You Think I'm a Punk?
9/2/2003Ride or Die
8/29/2003iPod Mania, XQuery at PDC and the Stories Behind Some Windows Annoyances
8/26/2003Ruminations on Mr. Safe and Other Observations
8/23/2003RSS Bandit 1.1.0.29 Released
8/17/2003Penis Puppettry, Hemp Festivals and Piracy on the Caribbean
8/16/2003187 He Wrote
8/13/2003Another RSS Bandit review
8/12/2003Why I Shouldn't Have Stopped Using Emacs
8/9/2003RSS Bandit: 3 out of 5 stars
8/8/2003Another One For Jon Udell
8/4/2003Riding Spinners
8/3/2003Comments on the Atom API revision 6
7/31/2003I Don't Know What You Heard About Me
7/30/2003Slaving Away in the XML Salt Mines
7/26/2003React
7/24/2003WORK HARDER! Millions on welfare are depending on YOU!
7/21/2003Hot In Herre
7/15/2003Tim Bray on ShareCropping
7/12/2003Software I Cannot Stand Revisited and Various Necho Ramblings
7/11/2003Q: What is XML and Why Is It Important?
7/3/2003Pump It Up
7/2/2003Posting to your Blog from RSS Bandit
6/30/2003Insomnia
6/29/2003What's Wrong with the MetaWeblog API?
6/27/2003The Tank Goes On
6/22/2003Which Are The Core XML Technologies That Matter?
6/20/2003I Can Now Write Javadoc for the C# XML Format
6/19/2003Unfinished Projects (part 2)
6/18/2003Quick Hits
6/17/2003Fifteen Minutes of Code Turned Out to Be Worth It
6/15/2003Changing the Game: Information Aggregators and ODBC for XML
6/14/200315 Minutes Writing Code to Save 1 Minute of Effort
6/12/2003You Can Tell Them Fools Whatever You Want, You and I Know What's Goin' On
6/10/2003RSS Bandit 1.1.0.15 Released
6/8/2003Features You Didn't Know Existed
6/7/2003Guess Who's Back (part 2)
6/6/2003We're Comin' Ta Getcha
5/25/2003I Missed My Flight
5/20/2003I Lied
5/18/2003Last Post (At Least for the Next 3 Weeks)
5/17/2003So I Started My Own Game
5/16/2003Your Wish Is Our Command.
5/13/2003Party Like It's Your BirthDay
5/12/2003Dave Winer Trolls Me, I Bite
5/10/2003Get Up, Get Out and Get Sumthin'
5/7/2003Congressional Democrats Piss Me Off
5/6/2003RSS Bandit v1.1 Teaser [screenshot]
5/3/2003Rant
5/1/2003Information Wants To Be Free
4/30/2003XML Conference Road Trip and Other HiJinks
4/25/2003It's My Party,
4/22/2003Here We Go Again
4/20/2003Nigerian Presidential Election Update
4/19/2003A Grammar is not a Specification
4/18/2003Random Acts Of XSLT Geekery
4/17/2003I'm the Pied Piper, So People Follow Me
4/16/2003Cool Like Dat
4/14/2003Tight Coupling vs. Loose Coupling
4/13/2003BlogThis: How Not To Design An Extensible API
4/10/2003RSS Bandit v1.1 beta, Ladder Theory of Relationships and Navel Gazing About Blogging
4/9/2003Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the Carnage4Life Show
4/5/2003You Can't Feel It? It Must Be Too Real To Touch
3/30/2003The Road To Wrestlemania, XHTML in RSS and Posting Comments from RSS Bandit
3/27/2003Nested XML, XQuery in SQL Server and RSS Bandit Woes
3/25/2003Get Busy
3/19/2003Interfaces vs. Abstract Classes and Processing Streaming XML
3/18/2003Hell Yeah
3/17/2003Y'all Done Up And Done It
3/15/2003Your Own Personal Freaknik and XML Geekery
3/13/2003Toot Toot Beep Beep
3/12/2003Why I Love The United States Government
3/9/2003Hi Ho, Refactoring I Go
3/6/2003RSS Bandit: How U Luv Dat?
3/5/2003Chaotic Evil Human Fighter Ranger
3/1/2003How Not To Run A Business
2/27/2003XML: The Myth of the Desperate Perl Hacker and All That Jazz
2/23/2003Oh Boy
2/16/2003Creatively Common Confusion and Weird Laws from Overseas
2/15/2003Expressiveness Being Limited By Language and My Writing Queue
2/14/2003Movie Night
2/13/2003How Long Does It Take You To Out Figure How This Works?
2/12/2003One Year in the Belly of the Beast, Scalable APIs, Semantic HTML and Tester Jokes
2/9/2003Dare Obasanjo Doesn't Get It But Needs A New Ride
2/8/2003You Think You Know Me But You Really Don't
2/7/2003Like Whoa
2/5/2003Useful vs. Useless Abstractions
2/3/2003XML is Just A Data Format and Other Tales
2/1/2003Tell Me What You Think Is Going On
1/31/2003Download RSS Bandit (alpha release)
1/29/2003Bloggers Invade Redmond
1/28/2003Killing Two Birds With One Stone
1/26/2003Microsoft Blogger Dinner, God's Own Type System and XHTML Stills Gets No Props
1/25/2003Sick of Being Lonely
1/23/2003You Ain't Gotta Love Me But You Better Learn To Respect Me
1/21/2003Break 'em Off Sumthin'
1/19/2003It's A Good Morning
1/16/2003The "War On Iraq" Diary
1/13/2003RSS Bandit progresses nicely.
1/9/2003Folks at Work and Blogs
1/8/2003New Year Resolutions and All That Jazz
1/3/2003Slashbot Xenophobia, I Write a News Aggregator and the a Final Mention Of the Semantic Web
12/29/2002Semantic Markup Redux, Goldilocks and the 3 News Aggregators Plus Thoughts on AI (The Movie)
12/27/2002Semantic Markup, Mac Addiction and Musings On Buffy TV Show
12/24/2002Neil Gaiman's Blog, Comedy Central's Clerks Marathon and XML Oriented Programming
12/20/2002Toshiba Portege Tablet PC Review and I Start Reading Again
12/18/2002My Impressions of Don Box's XML 2002 Keynote
12/17/2002Shoddy Journalism, Free Tablet PCs and Someone Stole My HTML
12/15/2002What's Wrong With Object DBs Redux
12/14/2002Back from XML 2002 and Various Laments About Today's America
12/9/2002ATL Hoe
12/6/2002IBM Buys Rational, Generics in C# & Backwards Compatibility and Why Use XML?
12/5/2002XML 2002, Dijkstra's blog and Stuff I Forgot To Mention On Monday
12/2/2002Slashdot Dupe Day, Photoshop Phriday, Eminem vs. Benzino and Tagata Jinja
11/27/2002Job Changes, the Changing Faces of Michael Jackson and Fatwa Cancellations
11/26/2002Shit Continues to Go Downhill in Nigeria, James Gosling Playa Hates and a Comics Rant
11/21/2002Burned Bodies In The Streets and I Get Published
11/19/2002Demise Of The Premier .NET community site
11/12/2002MiddleWare Company Flirts With More Flames and RDF Brokeness
11/10/2002C# Team Announces New Language Features and a Review of I-Spy
11/7/2002Joel Spolsky on Bugtracking and Linus Kicks Ass
11/5/2002Trip to Atlanta and More "Daddy Dearest" Crap
10/21/2002Disagreeing with Ken Arnold on Java Design, Kapor Vaporware and a Triple F List
10/12/2002Generation Wrecked, XDocs, and Musical Condoms
10/11/2002Are You Ready to Die For Democracy?
10/7/2002Checked vs. Unchecked Exceptions Again
10/5/2002She Asked Me "Does Your Father Want Me to Prostitute Myself to Eat?"
10/3/2002Meeting Other MSFT Bloggers, Truth In Advertising Laws, and Thoughts On Researchers Ownership of Pat
9/28/2002Dave Winer Pulls A Steve Gibson
9/27/2002What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up and Other Questions
9/14/2002Creating RSS Feeds For K5 Diaries
9/12/2002Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines
9/1/2002Commoditizing Your Complements: Why XML Web Services is Like Java
8/27/2002Company Meetings, Bruce Schneier on the Side Effects of Software Fallibility, Slavery Reparations an
8/21/2002Slashdot Manufactures News, Misunderstanding the GPL, and Soul Train Screws Up.
8/16/2002My First Six Months At Microsoft. Aaron Schwartz on Microsoft and the Legality of the W3C
8/14/2002Need Suggestions For A Java App Server
8/12/2002XHTML 2.0, Fear.com, and Afghanistan War Syndrome
8/6/2002It's Official: If You Buy Gasoline You Support Terrorism
7/31/2002Hong Kong Trip in Jeopardy, Apple Switch Parodies, Mini-Austin Powers Review and an Article Idea
7/24/2002.NET Strategy Sinking Like A Stone, Concert Shootings and Geek Quotes
7/19/2002Dr. Dobbs, Racism on Kuro5hin and IT standards
7/18/2002Car problems, Travel Issues, Halloween Documents and Unawareness of the Competition
7/17/2002Fixing Bugs In Open Source Crap
7/11/2002.NET Obfuscation, Palladium Technical Details, Squeak Smalltalk and the SEC Blindness
7/3/2002Microsoft's Palladium Strategy, Relationship Problems, and Rumination on Egoless Programmers
6/23/2002Objects vs. XML, Top 10 Reasons Companies Fail, Hong Kong Travel Tips and Moving Office
6/19/2002Cringely is a Clueless SOB, Review Period at MSFT, Budgetting and Striperella
6/13/2002I Hate Computers and Other Whining
6/3/2002Life Imitates Art and I Get To Go To Hong Kong
5/29/2002Ask Bjarne Stroustrup and My First MSDN Column Gets Out
5/21/20025 Questions...
5/16/2002Return of the Jedi Revisited
5/15/2002Extra!!! Extra !!! Read All About It.
5/12/2002Sexual Propositions, Interdepartmental infighting, elitist programmers and amusing petitions
5/6/2002Open Letter To Keith Ballinger and Simon Fell
5/5/2002What I am...
5/3/2002I'm going to have to double up and more shitty tales
4/28/2002Vote On My Article Idea
4/24/2002Google Bug and I Get An Online Column
4/6/2002Link of the day and questions on founding a weblog
3/20/2002Overheard
2/12/2002First Day of Work
1/31/2002Signal 11 Has Outdone Himself.
1/11/2002Idiocy On Slashdot and Changing the W3C's Minds
1/6/2002I Fail At Life, Liberty and The Pursuit of Happiness
1/4/2002Irritation
11/20/2001Carnage4Life aka Microsoft Shill aka The Slashdotter's Slashdotter
11/14/2001greenrd aka the hacker groupie
11/7/2001Programmer Underutilization, the Wisdom of Linus and News You Won't See On Slashdot
11/4/2001Badly Written Apple iTunes Installer Erases HardDrives, Microsoft To Blame
10/30/2001Slashdot Trolled Again, Linux Kernel Hacking and Steve Gibson is a Fraud
10/29/2001Slashdot Getting Trolled, Astroturfing and Huge Bar Tabs
10/26/2001What do you know about XML and Databases?
9/15/2001K5 Hiatus
9/6/2001C# From a Java Developer's Perspective
9/3/2001Is there a trusted user in the house?
8/23/2001Return from Redmond: Microserf no more.
7/17/2001In the Belly of the Beast
4/30/2001Humorous Side Effect Of Mod Points Galore On Slashdot
4/18/2001A Cool Place to Work & I Was Wrong
4/3/2001Was This A Smart Decision?
3/22/2001I Want Killfiles Now!!!
3/6/2001I can't believe this shit....