This is the blog of Adam Kalsey. Unusual depth and complexity. Rich, full body with a hint of nutty earthiness.
Dinner on Thursday with Scott Johnson
A geek dinner with Ookles' Scott Johnson and me.
What happens when one music recommedation engine feeds another?
Who cares about RSS adoption?
Dave Winer wants to know why anyone cares how many people use RSS without being aware of it.
OSX font help
An odd font problem with Mozilla apps
Data center costs are less with Sun?
Hosting on Sun hardware is cheaper than using Linux according to Ning.
Agile management song
Once in a lifetime...
Ning visit on TV
The Ning visit was captured on the local news.
Markdown for MT fix
A patch for Markdown so empty text doesn’t get transformed.
Products are platforms
People will use what you create and will break it in new and wonderful ways.
Why web services versioning is important
Thoughts on the importance of versioned web services.
Rojo's blog exchange
Rojo starts a blog exchange. What a bad idea.
Ideas on how to version a REST interface and examples of this implementation in Tagyu.
Everything old is new again.
So what about my office?
Marc Andreessen wonders if he can stop by my office.
A recap from today’s Ning visit.
Versioning web services
I’m looking for best practices in managing a public web services API.
Ning visit tomorrow
The ning visit is tomorrow. Are you coming?
Open Source profits
Big companies are becoming major contributors to open source projects and sometimes buying the companies behind them. There’s big profits to be made in open source.
Tagyu API: Related tags
Tagyu’s API now supplies related tags
Kevin’s been borrowing things from Flickr. Quick, hide the silver.
How effective can really spam aimed at specific niche markets possibly be?
Tagyu API update
Tagyu’s API now suggests categories as well as tags.
Sticking Spacebar on my PowerBook
A low-tech solution to a sticking key. Brute force.
Now I can watch people ignore my blog in real time.
Networking and the surprising connections to local resources.
Feedburner fesses up
Feedburner spammed some people. And instead of making excuses, they did the right thing.
Feedster's feeds are fixed
Feedster’s new site fixes the major problems.
Want to stop by the Ning office?
Those pesky customers
Ning’s Marc Andreessen is annoyed that customers like his service and want to meet the company.
Universal feed icon blog button
I’ve created an 80x15 blog button that uses the new-ish universal feed icon. Feel free to steal it and advertise your feed.
Feedster’s core features are rotting.
Temporary files in Firefox on OSX
An annoyance with how Firefox and Thunderbird handles temporary files under OSX.
State Of the Union tags
Tags for State Of The Union speeches.