Items tagged with jonudell

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Is an API really needed?

October 23, 2006 - 779 words , 1 comment
Could your web site become your next API?
Also tagged as: drewmclellan rest webservices

XHTML Services?

January 1, 2004 - 729 words
Jon Udell says that intranets should abandon Web services like SOAP and REST in favor of screen scraping XHTML. Hogwash.
Also tagged as: amazon google intranets rest soap webservices

The agenda of Professional blogs

April 29, 2003 - 280 words , 4 comments
Why do professionals create weblogs? It’s all about marketing.
Also tagged as: anildash markpilgrim scoble weblogsinbusiness

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