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  August 27, 2014
 

RSS 1.0 Released by International Working Group  Press Release: The RSS-DEV Working Group has released RDF Site Summary (RSS) 1.0, an XML-based metadata description and syndication format.  [O'Reilly Network]

Meerkat: The XML-RPC Interface  Meerkat, O'Reilly Network's Open Wire Service, extends its open API with XML-RPC, affording a more standardised XML-based interface to its aggregated RSS database.  [RSS DevCenter]

XML Deviant: Instant RSS  RDF has some devoted followers, but is yet to hit the XML mainstream. Many believe this is because of its complicated syntax. XML-Deviant investigates the quest for "instant RDF".  [XML.com]

Developers Explain: Why RSS 1.0?  Some of the core developers of the RSS 1.0 spec talk about the background and need for a standard and how it will enable richer metadata in syndicated content.With audio  [Open Source Roundtable]

Putting RDF to Work  Tool and API support for the Resource Description Framework is slowly coming of age. Edd Dumbill takes a look at RDFDB, one of the most exciting new RDF toolkits.  [XML.com]

RSS: Lightweight Web Syndication  Rael Dornfest, implementor of O'Reilly's Meerkat RSS aggregation and search tool, charts the history of the RSS format, and how it has created the opportunity for new kinds of web applications.  [XML.com]

RSS 1.0  Over the last few weeks I've been privileged to have followed the work of a group of developers creating a proposal for the next generation of RSS.   [O'Reilly Network: Edd Dumbill]

A public [RSS] proposal  A public proposal to add namespaces and RDF to RSS from a group of developers lead by O'Reilly Associates. If their proposal gains even modest traction we'll support it. O'Reilly is a big user of Manila, and therefore a customer. We also support diversity. As a vendor of a content management system, we have no opinion as to the artistic merits of one format over another. If it gains support on either end of the pipe, in content or in aggregation, we will support it.   [Scripting News]

Meerkat: An Open Wire Service  Swamped? Use our RSS tool to bring your news to you.  [RSS DevCenter]

Meerkat: An Open Service API  Meerkat opens its API to developers for use as a Weblication building-block.  [RSS DevCenter]

  IN THE RSS DIGEST

Microsoft plugs zero-day IE hole Cumulative Internet Explorer bulletin affects current Windows versions, including Windows 7. [Source: CNET.com News]

Mayor Gavin Newsom: Role of Social in Govt (Part 3)

In the final part of this three-part video interview series with San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, we talked about the role of social networking, not just in winning a political race, but in ongoing government -- in building participation among citizens. He talks about his successes and failures, and what he's learned along the way.



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Seagate Launches Its First Enterprise SSD Pulsars, which use single-level cell (SLC) flash, come with SATA (serial ATA) interfaces and are available in 50GB, 100GB, and 200GB capacities, all on a 2.5-inch card. They are also quite fast, as one might imagine.
- A lot of people do not realize that Seagate, the world's largest spinning-disk hard drive maker, hasn't brought a solid-state drive to market until now -- nearly two years after NAND flash SSDs started making major inroads into the data center. EMC started making SSDs from STEC Inc. available for...


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Apple Pulls 1,000 Apps from App Store After Fraud Claim Apple pulled 1,000 Apps from the App Store, after blogosphere complaints that the developer, Molinker, had posted fake reviews about the mobile applications. Apples App Store has been expanding rapidly, reaching the 100,000 Apps by November 2009, with research firm IDC predicting that the online storefront will contain some 300,000 Apps by the end of 2010.
- Apple pulled more than 1,000 Apps from its App Store after reports of a developer posting fake positive reviews. That developer, Molinker, has pled ignorance to the charges leveled against it by the blogosphere, and insist they contacted Apple to work out the problem. Glyn Evans, owner of t...


[Source: eWeek.com News]

Seagate Launches Its First Enterprise SSD Pulsars, which use single-level cell (SLC) flash, come with SATA (serial ATA) interfaces and are available in 50GB, 100GB, and 200GB capacities, all on a 2.5-inch card. They are also quite fast, as one might imagine.
- A lot of people do not realize that Seagate, the world's largest spinning-disk hard drive maker, hasn't brought a solid-state drive to market until now -- nearly two years after NAND flash SSDs started making major inroads into the data center. EMC started making SSDs available for data center ...


[Source: eWeek]

Apple Pulls 1,000 Apps from App Store After Fraud Claim Apple pulled 1,000 Apps from the App Store, after blogosphere complaints that the developer, Molinker, had posted fake reviews about the mobile applications. Apples App Store has been expanding rapidly, reaching the 100,000 Apps by November 2009, with research firm IDC predicting that the online storefront will contain some 300,000 Apps by the end of 2010.
- Apple pulled more than 1,000 Apps from its App Store after reports of a developer posting fake positive reviews. That developer, Molinker, has pled ignorance to the charges leveled against it by the blogosphere, and insist they contacted Apple to work out the problem. Glyn Evans, owner of t...


[Source: eWeek]

Nuance brings its speech-recognition technology to the iPhone Dragon Dictation, arriving on the App Store Tuesday, uses Nuance's NaturallySpeaking speech recognition technology to turn your speech into e-mail or SMS messages.

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Thunderbird 3.0 released The Thunderbird 3.0 release is out. New features include a number of search improvements, tabbed windows, a new message archiving mechanism, an improved address book, Gmail integration, a number of performance improvements, and more. See the release notes for details. [Source: Linux Weekly News]

Google Chrome Extensions Are Now Available kai_hiwatari writes "The Google Chrome Extensions site is now open for Windows and Linux users — but not yet for Mac — and contains around 300 extensions. AdBlock is not yet available, however. (The closest thing to it is Adsweep, but right now it seems to be broken. Who wants to take this on?) Does the availability of extensions put Chrome at risk of becoming bloated, like many complain about with Firefox?"

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JooJoo first look (photos) Fusion Garage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan shows off the new JooJoo Web slate, formerly known as the CrunchPad, to CNET editors. [Source: CNET.com News]

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Writing RSS 1.0 Rael Dornfest, co-author of the RSS 1.0 Specification proposal, takes us step-by-step through building an RSS 1.0 document by hand.


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