Delicious integrates with many services

IMG_1224 Originally uploaded by joshua. The bookmarking service Del.icio.us has done quite a few “incremental changes” since I started using it. As has photo service Flickr. Here are two very small, but context-adding betterments that I like a lot. Flickr’s small context-enhancers: more functional tags. Now Flickr sports a few tags that behave in a […]

Calling an XML-RPC method (PHP, Ruby)

Calling web services. Great fun when it works. Thanks to XML-RPC’s simplicity, it’s quite easy to cobble together a working client. Here is me using the Technorati “ping” service, which tells them about the Copenhagen Ruby Brigade’s weblog being updated. And then, prints the result. My PHP take on this looks klutzy. But the request […]

List of local geek communities (work-in-progress)

I talked with a local PHP developer today, who’d seen my blog, and we talked some CakePHP, frameworks, servers, the general state of scripting languages, and so forth. And then we came to the subject of local communities, where developers meet up and talk shop. And, as a Copenhagener, I don’t know very much about […]