Robert Denton

Staggering work of genius from Portland, Maine – Photographer, Designer, Taco Maker, Birder, Biker, Business Owner

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The Selfish Class

Tuesday, March 15th, 2005

The Selfish Class This paper takes a code%u2019s-eye view of software reuse and evolution. A code-level artifact must be able to attract programmers in order to survive and flourish. The paper addresses the question of what an object might do to encourage programmers to (re-)use it, as opposed to using some other object, or building […]

RSS adoption

Saturday, March 12th, 2005

Handling RSS in the browser :: Adam Kalsey I have often thought that we have to have RSS because the few geeks/savvy visitors who get it will want it and think poorly if we do not offer some feed. Why don’t more people use RSS? Because it involves something other than Internet Explorer. Adam Kalsey […]

MT Post with web form tutorial

Saturday, March 12th, 2005

Movalog: XML-RPC & forms Have not examined this yet… I wanted to implement the digests this way. They got built another way but this idea could still come in handy. I have known the meta-how to do this but never did a prototype.

More Ajax

Saturday, March 12th, 2005

Adactio: Journal – Progressive enhancement with Ajax

A Simplified Model for Facet Analysis

Saturday, March 12th, 2005

A Simplified Model for Facet Analysis The purpose of this study is to propose a simplified model for facet analysis that incorporates the principles of facet analysis proposed by both Ranganathan and the CRG. The purpose of this simplified model is to act primarily as a teaching tool to introduce LIS students to a consolidated, […]

Privacy Policies

Friday, February 11th, 2005 > Company > Privacy Policy As they go, the A9 (Amazon search) privacy policy is amazingly straight forward and readable. In no uncertain terms should all web sites provide privacy polices that are clear and up-front with the information collected and how it will be used. Keeping it simple is easier than obfuscation.

Wednesday, January 26th, 2005

Parsons Photo Book Photography Graduates

Teaching Art Online?

Tuesday, January 25th, 2005

intro Welcome to Draw! – a resource created by AccessArt for students studying “A” Level Art, or on Foundation and Undergraduate courses, and for Lifelong Learners of all ages. The resource is based upon artist-led teaching which has taken place in a number of museums and colleges in the Cambridge area, including Kettles Yard, The […]

Consumption and Cultural Discovery

Tuesday, January 25th, 2005

Left Center Left: Best Rock Albums of 2004 AudioScrobbler may just do away with my “analog” version of finding new music. You see, in the past every time someone published some of their library or a best of list or a listening roll I would cobble it, typically by posting an entry or PDF’ing it […]

two more things related to parsons

Saturday, January 22nd, 2005

Julia Set Bikes Against Bush