I’ve rediscovered the Firefox Bookmark Synchronizer and it really rocks. I’ve got it to save on close and reload on open so all of the computers I regularly browse on will always have the latest and greatest and greatest bookmarks. I can use bookmarks for cross-computer notes and to-read lists now, too. Another killer app for Firefox.
A little more Latin, this time Peueblo Nuevo from the Buena Vista Social Club, a delightfully chill song to slow down for a few moments and enjoy.
Andrew has made a Bittorent of every Apple commercial ever, or at least the ones he could find.
Niall Kennedy is joining Technorati. Looking forward to seeing him in SOMA more.
The MT sites I host have been getting hammered with this email spamming flaw that allows arbitrary emails to be sent out from any MT installation. Fortunately I can block it (though bluntly) through mod_security. If you run MT, please delete the comments script until a fix is out. Will link to more information as it’s available.
New formats called RSS that don’t work with anything else, specifically referring (I assume) to the “RSS 1.1” effort. (Where RSS stands for RDF Site Summary.) The name of RDF Site Summary is a mistake in the first place, they should take this new development effort as a chance to correct it. (Also, publishers are getting tired of supporting the format du jour. Maybe it’s “easy” for aggregators to support the latest permutation, but the last thing I want to do is bloat WordPress with support for Yet Another syndication format. Four is enough.)