share your OPML?

Dave Winer wants you to Share your OPML. I’ve shared mine, you should share yours too! What’s OPML? Well Wikipedia says it stands for Outline Processor Markup Language and that it’s an XML format for outlines. Mostly it’s used to exchange lists of RSS feeds between RSS aggregators. There’s lots more info here. Dave says that the site is ‘a commons for sharing outlines, feeds,…

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Why you shouldn’t start IA with a Content Inventory

I get the feeling that there are some people out there who think that one of the first things you want to do, when starting an Information Architecture project, is a detailed Content Inventory. (Want to get into a discussion about what terms to use and what they mean, go to the IA Wiki – I’d give you a link to the exact page, but…

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Frustrations of a Z-Lister (on the MS Live/Firefox debate)

ok. it’s petty, i know. And I’m sure it happens to all of us. But it *is* annoying when you start a conversation about something that bothers you (like how MS Live services don’t support Firefox), and then three months later Scoble blogs about it (in response to Darren Barefoot), and suddenly it’s big news. I know, I know. That’s how it works when 15…

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links for 05 May 2006

Origin Of The Abbreviation I18n For Internationalization well… here’s a crazy way of abbreviating a long word that I’ve never seen before. They call it a ‘numeronym’ because you count and show the number of letters between the first and last letter… what do you reckon? (tags: numeronyn abbreviation internationalization language l10n) Internationalization (I18n), Localization (L10n), Standards, and Amusements (tags: internationalization globalization internationalisation globalisation localisation…

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