He’s a deeply religious neurotic werewolf with nothing left to lose. She’s a high-kicking out-of-work snake charmer who can talk to animals. They fight crime!
crschmidt did something that sounds interesting: glue code to bring together masahide ideas, XSLT and flickr. sounds very interesting.
have to look at it! 🙂
someone said to me in amsterdam that I have good tourist karma. Today I have good web karma.
the idea at this place is simple: a text-input box and a button “leave your message here”.
under this creativity pressure I wrote this:
come to kaiserslautern. I am there and I miss you.
after pressing the hardest button, I saw the last message there (5 hours ago)
Thinking of you P……..do you miss me?
web karma: your spirit is so in tune with the web spirit that you react to things you conciously cannot know.
may the farm be with you. This fan/advertisment/starwarsrippoff movie has it all: good effort, good quality, rippoff.
btw: the real force is called JESUS. all this star wars fuzz keeps me off my own disciple/jedi training….
michael notes that one could use http redirect and that clients should update their links when finding one of these.
After a permanent http redirect of a uri (hence also a semantic web uri) all triples and so should be updated.
some clients forget to do this and show the new data but keep the old uri.
practical rdf failure:
I moved my foaf file from gnowsis.com/leo/foaf.xml to http://www.leobard.net/foaf.xml – that has been a year ago.
still many foaf files have their seeAlso set to the old url. So I wrote to eaon/Michael Zeltner to update his foaf file at
he replied that his foaf file is now:
our trainee for gnowsis, dominik, blogs
great. another light switched on in the web.
a nice approach for identifying thigs with uris (known as the uri crisis) is the taguri.
note that taguris are not wise to be used with things that have already a http:… uri. And in my opinion, using any existing wiki system to make a URI has the same outcome as taguri and is easier to handle for the lesser deamons. (we, the high arcane sorcerers of semweb, have a domain, know how to use a date and can live with a uri that points to nirwana on the http space. lesser demons enter uris into browsers)
but despite these flawbacks, taguri is a nice idea.
thanks to andy seaborne for mentioning it to me.