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New web content engine: Part 1
The code behind this weblog is starting to get a little moldy. I've been working on the replacement, lately. This is the first of many weblog entries describing my progress on writing it.
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New web content engine: Part 6
I've got a new version of Rm running on the site now. I hacked up media support, tags, and some random backend features.
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New web content engine: Part 7
I made a few more modifications to Rm. I took it easy this weekend -- I've had a number of important design bits at work, so there wasn't much brain-juice left over for recreation this weekend. So there's a number of changes to Rm that aren't enabled yet.
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New web content engine: Part 8
A brief recap on where we are, comments, and some thoughts on what's next
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On the semantic web, RDF, and other such things
It's coming up in both Rm and Photohub, and I've got some rants about it, so there's a few entries on tap about the Semantic web and RDF and the like. So, let this blog entry serve as a brief introduction where I try to at least introduce some of the terms.
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A practical use of the RDF model
Every time I hear about an RDF-based web idea, I always check it out to see if it makes intuitive sense to a casual observer. And, so far, I haven't found any. The problem is that RDF is this huge abstract thing, and there's a lot of AI resear...ehrm.... semantic web work associated with it....
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Making better website navigation with an Ontological Folksonomy
I present a suggestion for a future of how to enhance tagging systems without having your users go "Huh?" the second they start using it.
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