Monthly Archives: July 2007

Public Health and Information Technology

Jon Udell posted the transcript of his conversation with Dr. Joel Selanikio (who, as the co-founder of DataDyne, is in the business of collecting public health data in developing countries) last Thursday, which I believe was right about the same … Continue reading

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instantFeeds 1.0.4

I rolled out a new version of instantFeeds tonight, you can read all about the new features / bug fixes here. The big feature is that now all notifications will include the title, link and summary of every item in … Continue reading

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Links: 7-18-2007

CoRD: Remote Desktop for Mac OS X Really nice replacement for Remote Desktop on OS X (categories: via:awenckus remote desktop osx mac )

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Links: 7-6-2007

WordPress To Movable Type Export Script 1.2 Thanks SixApart for making a common file format for blog posts, comments and trackbacks. (categories: wordpress movabletype export import )

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Debugging SOAP / XFire with ethereal

I’ve spent way more time than I should have the last couple weeks working to help migrate a website built against Jive Forums to run against a Clearspace X instance. As part of the migration, one of the things I … Continue reading

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Free Ticket to OSCON

Gotcha! Please excuse the corporate shilling for a second: the company I work for, Jive Software, is running a pretty cool promotion right now: write up a blog post about how you or your company is using Clearspace, Jive Forums, … Continue reading

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Links: 7-4-2007

APML – Attention Profiling Mark-up Language APML allows users to export and use their own personal Attention Profile in much the same way that OPML allows them to export their reading lists from Feed Readers. (categories: personalization filtering portals standards … Continue reading

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Links: 7-2-2007

37signals Product Blog: Ta-da List for iPhone Is it specific to iPhone (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) …) / Safari or just a mobile light version of the app? (categories: iphone safari tadalist mobile ) Lifehacker: … Continue reading

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Data finds data

Jon Udell recently blogged about the way in which he ‘connected’ paths with a number of people or introduced acquaintances via blogging / publishing and bookmark sharing. One of the Important Takeway’sTM is that tagging, blogging and social bookmarking tools … Continue reading

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