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From bur...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-commons-sandbox/feedparser/tests/filter entity-atom-1.xml prolog-atom-1.xml prolog-atom-2.xml prolog-opml-1.xml
Date Fri, 27 Aug 2004 17:57:29 GMT
burton      2004/08/27 10:57:29

  Added:       feedparser/tests/filter entity-atom-1.xml prolog-atom-1.xml
                        prolog-atom-2.xml prolog-opml-1.xml
  Log:
  more tests...
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.1                  jakarta-commons-sandbox/feedparser/tests/filter/entity-atom-1.xml
  
  Index: entity-atom-1.xml
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  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
  <?xml-stylesheet href="http://www.blogger.com/styles/atom.css" type="text/css"?>
  
  <feed version="0.3" xmlns="http://purl.org/atom/ns#">
      <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374" rel="service.post" title="saladwithsteve " type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
      <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374" rel="service.feed" title="saladwithsteve " type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
      <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">saladwithsteve </title>
      <tagline mode="escaped" type="text/html">enjoying salad since 1978.</tagline>
      <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/" rel="alternate" title="saladwithsteve " type="text/html"/>
      <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374</id>
      <modified>2004-08-24T23:44:54Z</modified>
      <generator url="http://www.blogger.com/" version="5.15">Blogger</generator>
  
      <info mode="xml" type="text/html">
  
          <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">This is an Atom formatted XML
      site feed. It is intended to be viewed in a Newsreader or syndicated to
      another site. Please visit the <a
      href="http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=697">Blogger Knowledge
      Base</a> for more info.</div> </info>
  
      <entry>
  
          <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109332167901730672" 
                rel="service.edit" 
                title="BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs" 
                type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  
          <author>
              <name>steve jenson</name>
          </author>
          <issued>2004-08-23T21:24:40-07:00</issued>
          <modified>2004-08-24T22:05:40Z</modified>
  
          <created>2004-08-24T04:27:59Z</created>
  
          <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/blogsense-adsense-for-blogs.html"
                rel="alternate" 
                title="BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs" 
                type="text/html"/>
  
          <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109332167901730672</id>
          <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs</title>
  
          <content mode="escaped" 
                   type="text/html" 
                   xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" 
                   xml:lang="en-US" 
                   xml:space="preserve">
         
              hello world
  
              &eacute;
  
          </content>
       
      </entry>
  
  </feed>
  
  
  1.1                  jakarta-commons-sandbox/feedparser/tests/filter/prolog-atom-1.xml
  
  Index: prolog-atom-1.xml
  ===================================================================
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
  <?xml-stylesheet href="http://www.blogger.com/styles/atom.css" type="text/css"?>
  
  <feed version="0.3" xmlns="http://purl.org/atom/ns#">
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374" rel="service.post" title="saladwithsteve " type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374" rel="service.feed" title="saladwithsteve " type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">saladwithsteve </title>
  <tagline mode="escaped" type="text/html">enjoying salad since 1978.</tagline>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/" rel="alternate" title="saladwithsteve " type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374</id>
  <modified>2004-08-24T23:44:54Z</modified>
  <generator url="http://www.blogger.com/" version="5.15">Blogger</generator>
  
  <info mode="xml" type="text/html">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">This is an Atom formatted XML site feed. It is intended to be viewed in a Newsreader or syndicated to another site. Please visit the <a href="http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=697">Blogger Knowledge Base</a> for more info.</div>
  </info>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109332167901730672" rel="service.edit" title="BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-23T21:24:40-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-24T22:05:40Z</modified>
  
  <created>2004-08-24T04:27:59Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/blogsense-adsense-for-blogs.html" rel="alternate" title="BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109332167901730672</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs</title>
  <content mode="escaped" type="text/html" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">&lt;blockquote&gt;&#13;
  &#13;
  &lt;a href="http://www.blogger.com/knowledge/2004/08/theres-adsense-in-my-blog.pyra"&gt;&#13;
  &lt;em&gt;&#13;
  &lt;p&gt;&#13;
  We are going to start paying bloggers.&#13;
  
  &lt;/p&gt; &#13;
  &lt;p&gt;&#13;
  Please note that this program is optional and that it is not required for you to have a Blogger powered blog-all bloggers are invited.&#13;
  &lt;/p&gt;&#13;
  &lt;p&gt;&#13;
  &lt;/em&gt;&#13;
  &lt;/a&gt;&#13;
  &lt;/blockquote&gt;</content>
  
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109302647579213952" rel="service.edit" title="My Favorite IPO Headline" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-20T11:27:55-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-20T18:27:55Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-20T18:27:55Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/my-favorite-ipo-headline.html" rel="alternate" title="My Favorite IPO Headline" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109302647579213952</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">My Favorite IPO Headline</title>
  
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <a href="http://www.forbes.com/technology/feeds/general/2004/08/20/generalcomtex_2004_08_20_ir_0000-5559-KEYWORD.Missing.html?partner=yahoo&amp;referrer=">Forbes.com: 1,000 Google Millionaires Gather For Summer Picnic Today</a>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109237570659478931" rel="service.edit" title="Can't find Framework" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-12T22:40:40-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-13T05:50:40Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-13T05:41:46Z</created>
  
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/cant-find-framework.html" rel="alternate" title="Can't find Framework" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109237570659478931</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">Can't find Framework</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">General OS X Porting Note:
  <br/>
  <br/>
  If you run into an error like <code>ld: can't locate framework for: -framework ./module.o</code>, you can bet that it means that the framework wasn't figured out by the configure script properly. Dig for that code in the Makefile, see what variable it's using. If that variable isn't set, set it in the autoconf script (or just hack it into the Makefile and send a note to the developers). 
  <br/>
  <br/>
  In this case I figured that it was supposed to read <code>-framework Python ./module.o</code> so I just needed to set it the <code>Python</code> part. </div>
  
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109228936650329617" rel="service.edit" title="Quickies" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-11T22:42:14-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-20T03:00:14Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-12T05:42:46Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/quickies.html" rel="alternate" title="Quickies" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109228936650329617</id>
  
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">Quickies</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Berkeley/Stanford <a href="http://roc.cs.berkeley.edu/">ROC</a>'s <a href="http://citebase.eprints.org/cgi-bin/citations?id=oai:arXiv.org:cs/0406005">microrebootable platform</a> would mesh well with <a href="http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~mdw/proj/seda/">SEDA</a> I feel. You'd just need to separate SEDAs event   
  queues from the stage so you could reboot the stage without losing your events. Since microreboots are supposed to take on the order of milliseconds, throughput is supposed to stay high while latency only increases a little bit. That's the theory anyway.
  <br/>
  <br/>
  Eclipse is bad-ass. I've been having memory problems with Emacs lately (Since there's no XEmacs for OS X yet, I'm stuck with GNU Emacs) and this month's Dr. Dobbs had three articles on Eclipse (a lot for an issue on distributed computing but I guess you can only publish so many articles on Linda) so I decided to try it out. It really is quite nice. I'm going to use it for the next week or so and see if I can kick a decade-long Emacs habit. I've alredy found replacements for my 10 favorite Emacs plugins.
  <br/>
  <br/>
  
  I used Comcast's On Demand cable service tonight. I watched 6 minutes from The Daily Show. The future happened last week apparently; they sent me a piece of snail mail letting me know that I had it and that it was on Channel 1.
  <br/>
  <br/>
  One last thing: if you feel your productivity at work slipping, remember Ole Eichorn's advise and <a href="http://w-uh.com/articles/030308-tyranny_of_email.html">turn your email client off.</a> IM, too. Strangely, it's easy to forget to keep them turned off.</div>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109181485512887223" rel="service.edit" title="Want to work on Blogger?" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-06T10:46:57-07:00</issued>
  
  <modified>2004-08-06T18:46:57Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-06T17:54:15Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/want-to-work-on-blogger.html" rel="alternate" title="Want to work on Blogger?" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109181485512887223</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">Want to work on Blogger?</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Want to work on Blogger? We just <a href="http://www.google.com/jobs/eng/ui.html#ui_blogger">posted a UI position</a> on Google's job page.
  <br/>
  <br/>
  CW <a href="http://massless.org/?archive=2004/08/want-to-work-on-google-ui-its-hiring">posted about it the other day.</a> Unfortunately, according to his post, you'll have to work with me (even though I'm not a UI engineer). Drop me a mail if you're qualified and interested.
  
  <br/>
  <br/>
  stevej at google.com.
  </div>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109142445490848374" rel="service.edit" title="Iraq's Child Prisoners " type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-01T22:27:05-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-02T05:29:05Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-02T05:27:34Z</created>
  
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/iraqs-child-prisoners.html" rel="alternate" title="Iraq's Child Prisoners " type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109142445490848374</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">Iraq's Child Prisoners </title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
  <blockquote>
  <a href="http://www.sundayherald.com/43796">A Sunday Herald investigation has discovered that coalition forces are holding more than 100 children in jails such as Abu Ghraib. Witnesses claim that the detainees -- some as young as 10 -- are also being subjected to rape and torture</a>
  </blockquote>
  <br/>
  <br/>
  I heard about this a month ago and it's just now starting to hit the smaller newspapers. Will CNN or the Times ever pick this up? <small>[via <a href="http://simson.net/blog/archives/000105.php">Simson Garfinkel</a>]</small>
  
  </div>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109122915709358960" rel="service.edit" title="13-digit isbn numbers explained" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-30T16:12:00-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-30T23:17:00Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-30T23:12:37Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/13-digit-isbn-numbers-explained.html" rel="alternate" title="13-digit isbn numbers explained" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109122915709358960</id>
  
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">13-digit isbn numbers explained</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <a href="http://www.contraversion.com/2004/07/what-we-talk-about-when-we-talk-about.php">Stacy has the low down on the 13-digit ISBN number and why the namespace increase was so small.</a>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109105970497285127" rel="service.edit" title="cubicle farms suck." type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-28T17:06:15-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-29T00:09:15Z</modified>
  
  <created>2004-07-29T00:08:24Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/cubicle-farms-suck.html" rel="alternate" title="cubicle farms suck." type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109105970497285127</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">cubicle farms suck.</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Paul Graham on offices:
   <blockquote style="font-style: italic;">
     <span style=";font-family:arial,helvetica;font-size:85%;">After software, the most important tool to a hacker is probably his office. Big companies think the function of office space is to express rank. But hackers use their offices for more than that: they use their office as a place to think in. And if you're a technology company, their thoughts are your product. So making hackers work in a noisy, distracting environment is like having a paint factory where the air is full of soot.
  
  
  
  The cartoon strip Dilbert has a lot to say about cubicles, and with good reason. All the hackers I know despise them. The mere prospect of being interrupted is enough to prevent hackers from working on hard problems. If you want to get real work done in an office with cubicles, you have two options: work at home, or come in early or late or on a weekend, when no one else is there. Don't companies realize this is a sign that something is broken? An office environment is supposed to be something you work in, not something you work despite.</span>
  </blockquote>
  <span style=";font-family:arial,helvetica;font-size:85%;"/>
  </div>
  </content>
  
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109055814212305132" rel="service.edit" title="dual monitors in dos 5.0" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-22T21:49:53-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-23T04:56:53Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-23T04:49:02Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/dual-monitors-in-dos-50.html" rel="alternate" title="dual monitors in dos 5.0" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109055814212305132</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">dual monitors in dos 5.0</title>
  
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
  <p style="text-indent: 10px;">
  <cite>
  <a href="http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2004/07/21/messy_thinking.html">Rands In Repose: Messy Thinking</a>: "Little know fact, if you installed a Hercules video card in your PC, you could do something revolutionary (for PCs). On your primary monitor, you had the windows application that you'd be debugging. On your secondary Hercules monitor, you'd have your debugging information. Given present day technology, this is a serious yawn, but remember, we're talking about the early 90s here. Macs remained spendy and it'd be another eight years before Microsoft landed dual-monitor support in Windows 2000."
  </cite>
  </p>
  <p>
  Yes, I'll confirm this was true at least as early as DOS 5. This was possible because Mono cards and color video cards used different IRQs.
  </p>
  <p>
  I resonate very strongly with this post. Except the part where he became a total Windows nerd, I became a Unix dork. Oh, and he was hacking away at a real job at Borland while I was busy hacking on microcontrollers in my bedroom, listening to the Ramones, getting pneumonia from crawling around in telephone company dumpsters in December, using Turbo Debugger on my second monitor, SysV on my <a href="http://home.att.net/~terminals/images/dec-vt320.jpg">actual vt320 terminal</a>, and just generally being 15 years old.
  </p>
  <p>
  
  Ah, memories.
  </p>
  </div>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109020785610379351" rel="service.edit" title="captcha is easy to break" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-18T18:43:56-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-19T03:30:56Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-19T03:30:56Z</created>
  
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/captcha-is-easy-to-break.html" rel="alternate" title="captcha is easy to break" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109020785610379351</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">captcha is easy to break</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Jay Allen (author of MT-Blacklist) <a href="http://www.jayallen.org/comment_spam/2004/05/mtb_20_and_ip_banning#comment-7670">weighs in</a> on  the arms race with spammers:
  <blockquote>
  If you use a captcha, spammers will use OCR. If you make them answer a question, they'll collect all of the questions and answer them one by one, or even better, post the question on their own porn sites as a "bot protection" question on their <strong>own</strong> sites, hence programmatically getting an answer from another human.
   </blockquote>
  That last part should have you scared. He's right, CAPTCHA is completely vulnerable to man in the middle. Another good reason to dump CAPTCHA and find something better. 
  
  </div>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109019003481690440" rel="service.edit" title="Adam Leventhal explains nohup -p" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-18T15:33:27-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-18T22:34:27Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-18T22:33:54Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/adam-leventhal-explains-nohup-p.html" rel="alternate" title="Adam Leventhal explains nohup -p" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109019003481690440</id>
  
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">Adam Leventhal explains nohup -p</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <a href="http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/ahl/20040709#inside_nohup_p">Adam Leventhal explains how <code>nohup -p</code> works.</a>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109005138971476609" rel="service.edit" title="adc on gcc" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-17T01:03:09-07:00</issued>
  
  <modified>2004-07-17T08:03:09Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-17T08:03:09Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/adc-on-gcc.html" rel="alternate" title="adc on gcc" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109005138971476609</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">adc on gcc</title>
  <content type="application/xhtml+xml" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">
  <a href="http://developer.apple.com/tools/gcc_overview.html">"The GNU Compiler Collection on Mac OS X"</a>
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109002531987445911" rel="service.edit" title="I M P E R I A L V I O L E T . O R G" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-16T17:48:39-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-17T00:48:39Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-17T00:48:39Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/i-m-p-e-r-i-l-v-i-o-l-e-t-o-r-g.html" rel="alternate" title="I M P E R I A L V I O L E T . O R G" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109002531987445911</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">I M P E R I A L V I O L E T . O R G</title>
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  <a href="http://www.imperialviolet.org/pybloom.html">PyBloom</a> Adam Langley's bloom filter in Python.</div>
  
  </content>
  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109001319009457824" rel="service.edit" title="Divmod.Org :: Home" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-16T14:26:30-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-16T21:26:30Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-16T21:26:30Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/divmodorg-home.html" rel="alternate" title="Divmod.Org :: Home" type="text/html"/>
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  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">Divmod.Org :: Home</title>
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  <a href="http://www.divmod.org/Home/">Divmod.Org</a> These guys are either insanely smart or just insane. I'll let you know after I try some of these libraries.</div>
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  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374" rel="service.post" title="saladwithsteve " type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
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  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">saladwithsteve </title>
  <tagline mode="escaped" type="text/html">enjoying salad since 1978.</tagline>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/" rel="alternate" title="saladwithsteve " type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374</id>
  <modified>2004-08-24T23:44:54Z</modified>
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  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109332167901730672" rel="service.edit" title="BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-23T21:24:40-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-24T22:05:40Z</modified>
  
  <created>2004-08-24T04:27:59Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/blogsense-adsense-for-blogs.html" rel="alternate" title="BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs" type="text/html"/>
  <id>tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3187374.post-109332167901730672</id>
  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">BlogSense - AdSense for Blogs</title>
  <content mode="escaped" type="text/html" xml:base="http://saladwithsteve.com/" xml:lang="en-US" xml:space="preserve">&lt;blockquote&gt;&#13;
  &#13;
  &lt;a href="http://www.blogger.com/knowledge/2004/08/theres-adsense-in-my-blog.pyra"&gt;&#13;
  &lt;em&gt;&#13;
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  We are going to start paying bloggers.&#13;
  
  &lt;/p&gt; &#13;
  &lt;p&gt;&#13;
  Please note that this program is optional and that it is not required for you to have a Blogger powered blog-all bloggers are invited.&#13;
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109302647579213952" rel="service.edit" title="My Favorite IPO Headline" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
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  <issued>2004-08-20T11:27:55-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-20T18:27:55Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-20T18:27:55Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/my-favorite-ipo-headline.html" rel="alternate" title="My Favorite IPO Headline" type="text/html"/>
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  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">My Favorite IPO Headline</title>
  
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  <a href="http://www.forbes.com/technology/feeds/general/2004/08/20/generalcomtex_2004_08_20_ir_0000-5559-KEYWORD.Missing.html?partner=yahoo&amp;referrer=">Forbes.com: 1,000 Google Millionaires Gather For Summer Picnic Today</a>
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109237570659478931" rel="service.edit" title="Can't find Framework" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
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  <issued>2004-08-12T22:40:40-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-13T05:50:40Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-13T05:41:46Z</created>
  
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/cant-find-framework.html" rel="alternate" title="Can't find Framework" type="text/html"/>
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  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">Can't find Framework</title>
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  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">General OS X Porting Note:
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  <br/>
  If you run into an error like <code>ld: can't locate framework for: -framework ./module.o</code>, you can bet that it means that the framework wasn't figured out by the configure script properly. Dig for that code in the Makefile, see what variable it's using. If that variable isn't set, set it in the autoconf script (or just hack it into the Makefile and send a note to the developers). 
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  In this case I figured that it was supposed to read <code>-framework Python ./module.o</code> so I just needed to set it the <code>Python</code> part. </div>
  
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  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109228936650329617" rel="service.edit" title="Quickies" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
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  <issued>2004-08-11T22:42:14-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-20T03:00:14Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-12T05:42:46Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/quickies.html" rel="alternate" title="Quickies" type="text/html"/>
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  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Berkeley/Stanford <a href="http://roc.cs.berkeley.edu/">ROC</a>'s <a href="http://citebase.eprints.org/cgi-bin/citations?id=oai:arXiv.org:cs/0406005">microrebootable platform</a> would mesh well with <a href="http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~mdw/proj/seda/">SEDA</a> I feel. You'd just need to separate SEDAs event   
  queues from the stage so you could reboot the stage without losing your events. Since microreboots are supposed to take on the order of milliseconds, throughput is supposed to stay high while latency only increases a little bit. That's the theory anyway.
  <br/>
  <br/>
  Eclipse is bad-ass. I've been having memory problems with Emacs lately (Since there's no XEmacs for OS X yet, I'm stuck with GNU Emacs) and this month's Dr. Dobbs had three articles on Eclipse (a lot for an issue on distributed computing but I guess you can only publish so many articles on Linda) so I decided to try it out. It really is quite nice. I'm going to use it for the next week or so and see if I can kick a decade-long Emacs habit. I've alredy found replacements for my 10 favorite Emacs plugins.
  <br/>
  <br/>
  
  I used Comcast's On Demand cable service tonight. I watched 6 minutes from The Daily Show. The future happened last week apparently; they sent me a piece of snail mail letting me know that I had it and that it was on Channel 1.
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  <br/>
  One last thing: if you feel your productivity at work slipping, remember Ole Eichorn's advise and <a href="http://w-uh.com/articles/030308-tyranny_of_email.html">turn your email client off.</a> IM, too. Strangely, it's easy to forget to keep them turned off.</div>
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  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109181485512887223" rel="service.edit" title="Want to work on Blogger?" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-08-06T10:46:57-07:00</issued>
  
  <modified>2004-08-06T18:46:57Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-06T17:54:15Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/08/want-to-work-on-blogger.html" rel="alternate" title="Want to work on Blogger?" type="text/html"/>
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  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Want to work on Blogger? We just <a href="http://www.google.com/jobs/eng/ui.html#ui_blogger">posted a UI position</a> on Google's job page.
  <br/>
  <br/>
  CW <a href="http://massless.org/?archive=2004/08/want-to-work-on-google-ui-its-hiring">posted about it the other day.</a> Unfortunately, according to his post, you'll have to work with me (even though I'm not a UI engineer). Drop me a mail if you're qualified and interested.
  
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  stevej at google.com.
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109142445490848374" rel="service.edit" title="Iraq's Child Prisoners " type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
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  <issued>2004-08-01T22:27:05-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-08-02T05:29:05Z</modified>
  <created>2004-08-02T05:27:34Z</created>
  
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  <a href="http://www.sundayherald.com/43796">A Sunday Herald investigation has discovered that coalition forces are holding more than 100 children in jails such as Abu Ghraib. Witnesses claim that the detainees -- some as young as 10 -- are also being subjected to rape and torture</a>
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  <br/>
  <br/>
  I heard about this a month ago and it's just now starting to hit the smaller newspapers. Will CNN or the Times ever pick this up? <small>[via <a href="http://simson.net/blog/archives/000105.php">Simson Garfinkel</a>]</small>
  
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  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109122915709358960" rel="service.edit" title="13-digit isbn numbers explained" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-30T16:12:00-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-30T23:17:00Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-30T23:12:37Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/13-digit-isbn-numbers-explained.html" rel="alternate" title="13-digit isbn numbers explained" type="text/html"/>
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  <a href="http://www.contraversion.com/2004/07/what-we-talk-about-when-we-talk-about.php">Stacy has the low down on the 13-digit ISBN number and why the namespace increase was so small.</a>
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109105970497285127" rel="service.edit" title="cubicle farms suck." type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
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  <issued>2004-07-28T17:06:15-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-29T00:09:15Z</modified>
  
  <created>2004-07-29T00:08:24Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/cubicle-farms-suck.html" rel="alternate" title="cubicle farms suck." type="text/html"/>
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  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">cubicle farms suck.</title>
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  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Paul Graham on offices:
   <blockquote style="font-style: italic;">
     <span style=";font-family:arial,helvetica;font-size:85%;">After software, the most important tool to a hacker is probably his office. Big companies think the function of office space is to express rank. But hackers use their offices for more than that: they use their office as a place to think in. And if you're a technology company, their thoughts are your product. So making hackers work in a noisy, distracting environment is like having a paint factory where the air is full of soot.
  
  
  
  The cartoon strip Dilbert has a lot to say about cubicles, and with good reason. All the hackers I know despise them. The mere prospect of being interrupted is enough to prevent hackers from working on hard problems. If you want to get real work done in an office with cubicles, you have two options: work at home, or come in early or late or on a weekend, when no one else is there. Don't companies realize this is a sign that something is broken? An office environment is supposed to be something you work in, not something you work despite.</span>
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109055814212305132" rel="service.edit" title="dual monitors in dos 5.0" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-22T21:49:53-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-23T04:56:53Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-23T04:49:02Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/dual-monitors-in-dos-50.html" rel="alternate" title="dual monitors in dos 5.0" type="text/html"/>
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  <cite>
  <a href="http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2004/07/21/messy_thinking.html">Rands In Repose: Messy Thinking</a>: "Little know fact, if you installed a Hercules video card in your PC, you could do something revolutionary (for PCs). On your primary monitor, you had the windows application that you'd be debugging. On your secondary Hercules monitor, you'd have your debugging information. Given present day technology, this is a serious yawn, but remember, we're talking about the early 90s here. Macs remained spendy and it'd be another eight years before Microsoft landed dual-monitor support in Windows 2000."
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  <p>
  Yes, I'll confirm this was true at least as early as DOS 5. This was possible because Mono cards and color video cards used different IRQs.
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  <p>
  I resonate very strongly with this post. Except the part where he became a total Windows nerd, I became a Unix dork. Oh, and he was hacking away at a real job at Borland while I was busy hacking on microcontrollers in my bedroom, listening to the Ramones, getting pneumonia from crawling around in telephone company dumpsters in December, using Turbo Debugger on my second monitor, SysV on my <a href="http://home.att.net/~terminals/images/dec-vt320.jpg">actual vt320 terminal</a>, and just generally being 15 years old.
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  Ah, memories.
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109020785610379351" rel="service.edit" title="captcha is easy to break" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-18T18:43:56-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-19T03:30:56Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-19T03:30:56Z</created>
  
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/captcha-is-easy-to-break.html" rel="alternate" title="captcha is easy to break" type="text/html"/>
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  <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">Jay Allen (author of MT-Blacklist) <a href="http://www.jayallen.org/comment_spam/2004/05/mtb_20_and_ip_banning#comment-7670">weighs in</a> on  the arms race with spammers:
  <blockquote>
  If you use a captcha, spammers will use OCR. If you make them answer a question, they'll collect all of the questions and answer them one by one, or even better, post the question on their own porn sites as a "bot protection" question on their <strong>own</strong> sites, hence programmatically getting an answer from another human.
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  That last part should have you scared. He's right, CAPTCHA is completely vulnerable to man in the middle. Another good reason to dump CAPTCHA and find something better. 
  
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  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109019003481690440" rel="service.edit" title="Adam Leventhal explains nohup -p" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
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  <issued>2004-07-18T15:33:27-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-18T22:34:27Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-18T22:33:54Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/adam-leventhal-explains-nohup-p.html" rel="alternate" title="Adam Leventhal explains nohup -p" type="text/html"/>
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  <a href="http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/ahl/20040709#inside_nohup_p">Adam Leventhal explains how <code>nohup -p</code> works.</a>
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109005138971476609" rel="service.edit" title="adc on gcc" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-17T01:03:09-07:00</issued>
  
  <modified>2004-07-17T08:03:09Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-17T08:03:09Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/adc-on-gcc.html" rel="alternate" title="adc on gcc" type="text/html"/>
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  <title mode="escaped" type="text/html">adc on gcc</title>
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  <a href="http://developer.apple.com/tools/gcc_overview.html">"The GNU Compiler Collection on Mac OS X"</a>
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  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109002531987445911" rel="service.edit" title="I M P E R I A L V I O L E T . O R G" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
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  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-16T17:48:39-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-17T00:48:39Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-17T00:48:39Z</created>
  <link href="http://saladwithsteve.com/2004/07/i-m-p-e-r-i-l-v-i-o-l-e-t-o-r-g.html" rel="alternate" title="I M P E R I A L V I O L E T . O R G" type="text/html"/>
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  <a href="http://www.imperialviolet.org/pybloom.html">PyBloom</a> Adam Langley's bloom filter in Python.</div>
  
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  </entry>
  <entry>
  <link href="http://www.blogger.com/atom/3187374/109001319009457824" rel="service.edit" title="Divmod.Org :: Home" type="application/x.atom+xml"/>
  <author>
  <name>steve jenson</name>
  </author>
  <issued>2004-07-16T14:26:30-07:00</issued>
  <modified>2004-07-16T21:26:30Z</modified>
  <created>2004-07-16T21:26:30Z</created>
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  <a href="http://www.divmod.org/Home/">Divmod.Org</a> These guys are either insanely smart or just insane. I'll let you know after I try some of these libraries.</div>
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  1.1                  jakarta-commons-sandbox/feedparser/tests/filter/prolog-opml-1.xml
  
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      <outline title="Tech Blogs">
        <outline title="Jamie Jamison On Technology" xmlUrl="http://www.jamiejamison.com/tech/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.jamiejamison.com/tech/" description="News and opinions from a Philadelphia-area tech junkie" />
        <outline title="Anil Dash" xmlUrl="http://www.dashes.com/anil/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.dashes.com/anil/" description="New York New Media New Funk" />
        <outline title="Joel on Software" xmlUrl="http://www.joelonsoftware.com/rss.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.joelonsoftware.com" description="Painless Software Management" />
        <outline title="kuro5hin.org" xmlUrl="http://www.kuro5hin.org/backend.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.kuro5hin.org/" description="technology and culture, from the trenches" />
        <outline title="Dan Gillmor's eJournal" xmlUrl="http://weblog.siliconvalley.com/column/dangillmor/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblog.siliconvalley.com/column/dangillmor/" description="" />
        <outline title="John Battelle's Searchblog" xmlUrl="http://battellemedia.com/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://battellemedia.com/" description="Thoughts on the intersection of search, media, technology, and more.&#xD;&#xA;                  Beta" />
        <outline title="business2blog" xmlUrl="http://business2.blogs.com/business2blog/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://business2.blogs.com/business2blog/" description="Daily reports and comments from the writers and editors of Business 2.0 magazine." />
        <outline title="Lessig Blog" xmlUrl="http://www.lessig.org/blog/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.lessig.org/blog/" description="Lessig's blog." />
        <outline title="Engadget" xmlUrl="http://www.engadget.com/rss.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.engadget.com/" description="Engadget" />
        <outline title="Ted Shelton" xmlUrl="http://tedshelton.blogspot.com/blogger_rss.xml" htmlUrl="http://tedshelton.blogspot.com" description="Early adopter, entrepreneur, leader interested in software, the Internet, mobile telephony and computing, and VoIP. Founder or senior management with CallTrex, Borland (BORL), The Dr. Spock Company, Neta4, WhoWhere?, CMP Media, and IT Solutions." />
        <outline title="Jonathan Schwartz's Weblog" xmlUrl="http://blogs.sun.com/roller/rss/jonathan" htmlUrl="http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/jonathan" description="Jonathan Schwartz's Weblog" />
        <outline title="Contentious Weblog" xmlUrl="http://blog.contentious.com/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://blog.contentious.com/" description="News and musings on how we communicate in the online age&lt;br&gt;&#xD;&#xA;By AMY&amp;nbsp;GAHRAN: writer, editor, trainer" />
        <outline title="Russell Beattie Notebook" xmlUrl="http://www.russellbeattie.com/notebook/index.rss" htmlUrl="http://www.russellbeattie.com/notebook/" description="My online notebook with thoughts, comments, links and more." />
        <outline title="Clay Shirky's Essays   " xmlUrl="http://shirky.com/writings/rss.cgi" htmlUrl="http://shirky.com/writings/rss.cgi" description="Clay Shirky's Essays" />
        <outline title="Lextext" xmlUrl="http://blog.lextext.com/blog/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://blog.lextext.com/blog" description="" />
        <outline title="Scobleizer: Microsoft Geek Blogger" xmlUrl="http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/rss.xml" htmlUrl="http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/" description="Robert Scoble's look at geek and Microsoft life." />
        <outline title="EuroTelcoblog" xmlUrl="http://eurotelcoblog.blogspot.com/atom.xml" htmlUrl="http://eurotelcoblog.blogspot.com" description="Reflections on developments within the European telecom sector, with an emphasis on disruptive influences and emerging business models - by James Enck of Daiwa Securities SMBC Europe Ltd. (james.enck@dir.co.uk) " />
        <outline title="Search Engine Roundtable" xmlUrl="http://www.seroundtable.com/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.seroundtable.com/" description="A well-rounded view on search engines and search engine marketing by senior members of the major SEO/SEM forums on the Internet." />
        <outline title="Yahoo! Search blog" xmlUrl="http://www.ysearchblog.com/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.ysearchblog.com/" description="A look inside the world of search from the people of Yahoo!" />
        <outline title="Gizmodo" xmlUrl="http://www.gizmodo.com/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.gizmodo.com/" description="Gizmodo is an online review dedicated to gadgets, gizmos, and cutting-edge consumer electronics." />
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      <outline title="International News">
        <outline title="ABC News: World" xmlUrl="http://my.abcnews.go.com/rsspublic/world_rss093.xml" htmlUrl="http://abcnews.com/sections/world/index.html" description="RSS FEED FOR ABCNEWS World INDEX" />
        <outline title="Guardian Unlimited" xmlUrl="http://www.guardian.co.uk/rss/1,,,00.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.guardian.co.uk" description="Intelligent news and comment throughout the day from The Guardian newspaper" />
        <outline title="BBC News - Front Page - UK Edition" xmlUrl="http://news.bbc.co.uk/rss/newsonline_uk_edition/front_page/rss091.xml" htmlUrl="http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/click/rss/0.91/public/-/1/hi/default.stm" description="Updated every minute of every day - FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY" />
        <outline title="New York Times- NYT HomePage" xmlUrl="http://www.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/userland/HomePage.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.nytimes.com/index.html?partner=rssuserland" description="New York Times &gt; Breaking News, World News &amp; Multimedia" />
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      <outline title="WiFi">
        <outline title="802.11 Planet News" xmlUrl="http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/icom_includes/feeds/80211/xml_front-news-10.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.wi-fiplanet.com" description="wireless" />
        <outline title="Ecademy: user blogs" xmlUrl="http://www.wifi.ecademy.com/module.php?mod=blog&amp;op=feed" htmlUrl="http://wireless.ecademy.com/module.php?mod=blog" description="Recently updated blogs." />
        <outline title="FierceWireless and 802.11 Report (Email)" xmlUrl="(null)" />
        <outline title="Wi-Fi Networking News" xmlUrl="http://wifinetnews.com/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://wifinetnews.com/" description="Wi-Fi Networking News reports nearly daily on all the news associated with wireless networking." />
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      <outline title="Tech News">
        <outline title="BBC Tech" xmlUrl="http://news.bbc.co.uk/rss/newsonline_world_edition/technology/rss091.xml" htmlUrl="http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/click/rss/0.91/public/-/2/hi/technology/default.stm" description="Updated every minute of every day - FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY" />
        <outline title="Techdirt" xmlUrl="http://www.techdirt.com/techdirt_rss.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.techdirt.com/" description="Easily digestible tech news." />
        <outline title="Techdirt Corporate Intelligence:" xmlUrl="http://www.techdirt.com/news/wireless/rss.xml" htmlUrl="http://techdirt.com/news/wireless/" description="" />
        <outline title="Wired News" xmlUrl="http://www.wired.com/news_drop/netcenter/netcenter.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.wired.com/" description="Technology, and the way we do business, is changing the world we know. Wired News is a technology - and business-oriented news service feeding an intelligent, discerning audience. What role does technology play in the day-to-day living of your life? Wired News tells you. How has evolving technology changed the face of the international business world? Wired News puts you in the picture." />
        <outline title="The Register" xmlUrl="http://www.theregister.co.uk/feeds/latest.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.theregister.co.uk/" description="Biting the hand that feeds IT" />
        <outline title="News.com" xmlUrl="http://news.com.com/2547-1_3-0-20.xml" htmlUrl="http://news.com.com/" description="Tech news and business reports by CNET News.com. Focused on information technology, core topics include computers, hardware, software, networking, and Internet media." />
        <outline title="Slashdot" xmlUrl="http://slashdot.org/index.rss" htmlUrl="http://slashdot.org/" description="News for nerds, stuff that matters" />
        <outline title="heise online news" xmlUrl="http://www.heise.de/newsticker/heise.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.heise.de/newsticker/" description="Nachrichten aus der Welt des Computers" />
        <outline title="NYT: Technology" xmlUrl="http://www.nytimes.com/services/xml/rss/userland/Technology.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.nytimes.com/pages/technology/index.html?partner=rssuserland" description="Find breaking news, tech news &amp; multimedia on the Internet, telecommunications, wireless applications, electronics, science, computers, e-mail &amp; the Web." />
        <outline title="Ars Technica" xmlUrl="http://arstechnica.com/news/rss2.0.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.arstechnica.com/" description="The PC Enthusiast's Resource" />
        <outline title="NewsForge: NewsVac" xmlUrl="http://www.newsforge.com/newsvac.rss" htmlUrl="http://newsvac.newsforge.com/" description="The Online Newspaper for Linux and Open Source" />
        <outline title="NewsForge" xmlUrl="http://www.newsforge.com/reports.rss" htmlUrl="http://www.newsforge.com/" description="The Online Newspaper for Linux and Open Source" />
      </outline>
      <outline title="Rarely Read">
        <outline title="Bloglines | News" xmlUrl="http://www.bloglines.com/rss/about/news" htmlUrl="http://www.bloglines.com" description="The Latest News And Updates From Bloglines" />
      </outline>
      <outline title="Wireless">
        <outline title="moconews" xmlUrl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/Moconews" htmlUrl="http://www.moconews.net" description="Mobile Content News" />
        <outline title="TheFeature.com" xmlUrl="http://www.thefeature.com/thefeature.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.thefeature.com" description="TheFeature :: It's All About The Mobile Internet" />
        <outline title="MobileTracker" xmlUrl="http://www.mobiletracker.net/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.mobiletracker.net/" description="Because You Can't Trust The Salesman" />
        <outline title="Wireless Europe Analysis" xmlUrl="http://wireless.iop.org/rss/news.xml" htmlUrl="http://wireless.iop.org/articles/news/" description="" />
        <outline title="PaidContent.org" xmlUrl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/pcorg" htmlUrl="http://www.paidcontent.org/" description="" />
      </outline>
      <outline title="BV and Venture">
        <outline title="VentureBlog" xmlUrl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/ventureblog" htmlUrl="http://www.ventureblog.com/" description="A Random Walk Down Sand Hill Road" />
        <outline title="A VC - Fred Wilson" xmlUrl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/AVc" htmlUrl="http://avc.blogs.com/a_vc/" description="Musings of a VC in NYC" />
        <outline title="Feld Thoughts" xmlUrl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/FeldThoughts" htmlUrl="http://www.feld.com/blog/" description="" />
        <outline title="OnlyOnce - ReturnPath CEO" xmlUrl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/Onlyonce" htmlUrl="http://onlyonce.blogs.com/onlyonce/" description="On management, leadership, being a first-time entrepreneur, and on the email industry" />
        <outline title="Northwest VC - Steve Hall- Vulcan" xmlUrl="http://nwvc.blogs.com/northwest_vc/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://nwvc.blogs.com/northwest_vc/" description="Steve Hall's &quot;notes to self&quot; and anyone else who happens to read this page...." />
        <outline title="Transparent Bundles" xmlUrl="http://majestic.typepad.com/seth/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://majestic.typepad.com/seth/" description="Regular thoughts on Independent Research and the new sources of data that are changing Wall Street." />
        <outline title="BurnhamsBeat" xmlUrl="http://billburnham.blogs.com/burnhamsbeat/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://billburnham.blogs.com/burnhamsbeat/" description="Articles on Software Technology and Investing" />
        <outline title="BeyondVC" xmlUrl="http://www.beyondvc.com/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.beyondvc.com/" description="Ed Sim's blog on venture capital, technology, the markets, and life in a connected world..." />
        <outline title="VCball" xmlUrl="http://brotman.blogs.com/vcball/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://brotman.blogs.com/vcball/" description="Steve Brotman's quixotic search for new knowledge in VC, entrepreneurship and IT with an NYC metro centric tilt." />
        <outline title="Weekly Read:: Here" xmlUrl="http://www.weeklyread.com/rss/here.xml" />
        <outline title="Weekly Read :: Elsewhere" xmlUrl="http://www.weeklyread.com/rss/elsewhere.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.weeklyread.com/" description="" />
        <outline title="a little ludwig goes a long way" xmlUrl="http://www.theludwigs.com/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.theludwigs.com/" description="john ludwig :: john AT ignitionpartners.com :: jhludwig AT hotmail.com" />
        <outline title="Jeff Nolan" xmlUrl="http://sapventures.typepad.com/main/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://sapventures.typepad.com/main/" description="meta news with occasional original content" />
        <outline title="Due Diligence" xmlUrl="http://www.pacificavc.com/blog/rss.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.pacificavc.com/blog/" description="Tim Oren's notes and opinions on technology, venture investing, Silicon Valley, life, the universe and everything." />
        <outline title="Scott Loftesness" xmlUrl="http://www.sjl.us/main/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.sjl.us/main/" description="&lt;i&gt;Be well, do good work, and keep in touch.&lt;/i&gt;" />
        <outline title="Geekfishing Blog - Ignition" xmlUrl="http://www.geekfishing.net/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.geekfishing.net/" description="Thoughts and ruminations of the various folks at &lt;a href=&quot;http://ignitionpartners.com&quot;&gt;&lt;font color=#FF0000&quot;&gt;i&lt;/font&gt;gnition&lt;/a&gt;. Nothing that's official, but a place to muse about all the geeky things in the world." />
        <outline title="Dispatches Weblog" xmlUrl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/DispatchesWeblog" htmlUrl="http://radio.weblogs.com/0111718/" description="Musings on Entrepreneurship on the Economic Frontier" />
        <outline title="Madeleines" xmlUrl="http://madeleines.typepad.com/madelines/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://madeleines.typepad.com/madelines/" description="&quot;And suddenly the memory revealed itself: The taste was that of the little piece of madeleine which on Sunday mornings at Combray (because on those mornings I did not go out before mass), when I went to say good morning to her in her bedroom, my aunt Léonie used to give me, dipping it first in her own cup of tea or tisane.&quot;" />
        <outline title="BuzzMachine" xmlUrl="http://www.buzzmachine.com/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://www.buzzmachine.com/" description="" />
      </outline>
      <outline title="VoIP - Boadband">
        <outline title="VoIP Watch" xmlUrl="http://andyabramson.blogs.com/voipwatch/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://andyabramson.blogs.com/voipwatch/" description="All about Voice Over IP and Internet Based Telephony." />
        <outline title="Voxilla.com" xmlUrl="http://voxilla.com/backend.php" htmlUrl="http://voxilla.com/" description="Voxilla.com - News &amp; Views on the Communications Revolution" />
        <outline title="Marc's Voice" xmlUrl="http://marc.blogs.it/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://marc.blogs.it/" description="" />
        <outline title="The Tom Keating Blog" xmlUrl="http://voip-blog.tmcnet.com/blog/tom-keating/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://blog.tmcnet.com/blog/tom-keating/" description="&lt;table border=0&gt;&lt;tr&gt;&#xD;&#xD;&#xA;&lt;td&gt;&#xD;&#xD;&#xA;&lt;img alt=&quot;tom keating voip blog voip forum gadget technology&quot;&#xD;&#xD;&#xA;src=&quot;http://blog.tmcnet.com/blog/tom-keating/image-files/tom-cruising-in-the-viper.jpg&quot;&gt;&#xD;&#xD;&#xA;&lt;/td&gt;&#xD;&#xD;&#xA;&lt;td&gt;&#xD;&#xD;&#xA;Opinions, News, Ponderings on the VoIP industry as well as general technology-related stuff.  Gadgets are one of my favorite topics. &lt;/td&gt;&lt;/tr&gt;&lt;/table&gt;" />
        <outline title="SIPthat.com" xmlUrl="http://sipthat.com/index.rdf" htmlUrl="http://sipthat.com/" description="Erik Lagerway's daily comments on VoIP,&#xD;&#xA;SIP &amp; IP communications." />
        <outline title="Om Malik on Broadband" xmlUrl="http://www.gigaom.com/atom.xml" htmlUrl="http://www.gigaom.com/" description="" />
      </outline>
      <outline title="Jupiter">
        <outline title="Nate Elliott" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/elliott/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/elliott/" description="" />
        <outline title="David Card" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/card/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/card/" description="" />
        <outline title="Todd Chanko" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/chanko/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/chanko/" description="" />
        <outline title="Ian Fogg" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/fogg/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/fogg/" description="" />
        <outline title="Michael Gartenberg" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/gartenberg/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/gartenberg/" description="" />
        <outline title="Avi Greengart" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/greengart/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/greengart/" description="" />
        <outline title="Joseph Laszlo" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/laszlo/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/laszlo/" description="" />
        <outline title="Mark Mulligan" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/mulligan/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/mulligan/" description="" />
        <outline title="Niki Scevak" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/scevak/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/scevak/" description="" />
        <outline title="David Schatsky" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/schatsky/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/schatsky/" description="" />
        <outline title="Gary Stein" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/stein/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/stein/" description="" />
        <outline title="Joe Wilcox" xmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/wilcox/index.xml" htmlUrl="http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com/analysts/wilcox/" description="" />
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      <outline title="Deutsche Blogs">
        <outline title="medienmami.de" xmlUrl="http://www.informatik.uni-ulm.de/paedagogik/nucleus2/atom.php" htmlUrl="http://www.informatik.uni-ulm.de/paedagogik/nucleus2/" description="" />
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