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March 2009

BSG at the UN

I loved this…

At one point the discussion lit a fire under the Admiral, and the talk of human rights turned personal for Edward James Olmos. The “Old Man” launched into a passionate speech about casting off the idea of race as a cultural determinant, and said we were one

A Hypermedia Framework?

Earlier today, Jim and I were discussing the structure and content of our “Hypermedia Services” chapter for our book (tentatively titled “GET /Connected”). The book is getting along really nicely. I think we are way beyond mid-point, dare I say 3/4 of the way? :-)

A new idea about

Beta 2 of "Famulus" is Live!

It took us a little longer than we would have liked but it’s finally live. LOTS of fixes from Beta 1, an API for introducing new data models either declaratively or at runtime, authentication and authorization support, modularization of data models and matching APIs, and much more. Here’s the

"Did you know?"

I had seen this some time ago. A posted link by one of my contacts in Facebook reminded me of it. Great presentation style.

A DSL that changes itself?

Remember those experiments with MGrammar and Famulus?

As part of some more coding effort on knowledge graphs and inferencing, I thought that it’d be cool to evolve my Domain-Specific Language so that it

I am a proud owner of a goat :-)

Simon Woodman and Einar Volset were visiting during the week. We went out for dinner, together with David Ingham. I took them to my favorite pizza place in Queen Anne, Via Tribunali. It was a lot of fun seeing them.

goatAt the end of the dinner, Einar