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September 15, 2007
Writing about web page http://blog.reindel.com/2007/09/13/i-will-never-support-the-semantic-web/
Through the programming reddit I found Brian Reindel’s post about the Semantic Web. The very first comment on this is James Simmons’ letting Brian know that he had written a blog post in response. Brian then responded in James’ comments.
I’m not hugely interested in the Semantic Web, but it’s a refreshing change to see a reasoned debate about an issue, as opposed to the mud slinging matches that are often found online.
September 07, 2007
Having posted this earlier, I decided that historical statistics would be a good idea. An afternoon of wrestling with gnuplot and a hacky Python script later has left me with this graph which should update at 5 minutes past every hour (as the planet updates on every hour).
I have noticed that, recently, my activity on Planet WUGLUG has seemed to far exceed anybody elses. I wrote a script to check and, yes, yes it is. Results below (excluding, obviously, this one).
Planar Platypus: 11
September 04, 2007
I’ve noticed while writing my ‘Bible In A Year’ blog posts that Warwick Blogs appears to have a rather interesting way of dealing with name collisions.
My very first post, in which I declared my intentions, had the URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/dwatkins/entry/the_bible_in/
The first of my posts containing a reading had the URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/dwatkins/entry/the_bible_in_1/
The second had the URL: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/dwatkins/entry/the_bible_in_1_2/
The third had the same with _3 appended.
And the fourth and most recent: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/dwatkins/entry/the_bible_in_1_2_3_4/
It makes me wonder what the URL of my last reading will look like…