I don’t read blogs for three days, and this is what happens … 785 messages, where 150 probably are worth bookmarking and 50 actually merit closer reading. Damn.
The last time I tried to somehow work through the backlog of messages that had accumulated, I ended up just hitting “Mark all read” on a thousand or so … inducing a feeling of calm and relaxation. Maybe I’ll do it this time, too.
First of all, though, I need to get rid of all the stuff that I should blog about but can’t.
So out with you, half-read and blog-worthy links before you get stale! (Trust me, all are worth following.)
Microsoft on wider MDA — Axis2 M2 — Mapping [DataContract] to XSD and others — SOA for SMBs? — Thoughts about building InfoCard on REST — RESTful Web: Just Use Media Types — NetBeans notes from Tim Bray, more here — JDBC 4.0 Early Draft, including a generic dataset — Podcasting, filed under inaccessible and inconvenient, +1 — Web Services Modeling Ontology (WSMO) — Rails and Ajax — Open Source WS-CDL implementation — Language Workbenches: the killer app for DSLs? — Comparing XSLT and XQuery and the Amara equivalents — Sure, Jesus made wine from water, but I did it with a dirty sock and fruit snacks! — Rails on lighttpd — Tim Bray On Threads — Intentional Evil — WhatWG and the event-source design — Extremely interesting stuff on dynamic contract-checking by Dion, and some opinion on Steve and Ed’s paper