I will just give you the links:
PHP code to access the Google API. Incidentally, WSDL is amazing. And, in keeping with the programmer's rule that laziness is rewarded, I have no incentive to finish my Word-to-BloggerAPI interface because, of course, it's been done.
Un reconocimiento peque�ito for the Dvorak thread, which I got bored with last week, but I am still kind of amused by my response to his original article. (Secret confession: I like John, and agree with most of his points.)
I want to help Cory kill NetSol.
Macromedia's John Dowdell ruminates on their MX tools platform. A different vision than mine, but an excellent implementation of that vision.
Several people linked to OJR's discussion of how the Wall Street Journal
wasted spent almost $30 million on their redesign. But it was Rafe's mention of it that made me remember that an almost identical article at the end of January. Rafe also mentioned a despicable, sniveling, sorry excuse for a "businessman" who sued people for criticizing his company. The part that galled me about the article was that this guy expanded his charges and went after his targets more vehemently by a series of actions that included filing new claims against one of the people on September 15. This, from a person who lives on Long Island, less than an hour's drive from Manhattan. Seems to me actual humans were busier with other things that week.
And then, for work, I discovered News Industry Text Format.
There's more, I'll get to that later.