Feet up!

2005-03-30 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Thu, 31 Mar 2005 07:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-29 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Wed, 30 Mar 2005 07:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-23 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Thu, 24 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-22 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Wed, 23 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-21 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Tue, 22 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

Del.icio.us tickering, step one

More del.icio.us tinkering.

As you've probably seen I've got stage one working successfully, which creates a daily post of my previous day's del.icio.us items.

I've achieved this using a lightly modified version of Roberto De Almeida's python script pydelicious - lightly modified because I don't have the libxml2 module to hand, so I've substituted Aaron Schwartz's xmltramp instead.

I run this script with cron every morning - the del.icio.us api is UTC/GMT based so that suits me quite nicely. The script creates a new text file containing my links (marked up with textile), which pyblosxom renders as a new blog post.

My code is available here: pydelicious.py

As per xmltramp and Roberto's original my code is GPL licensed. I like to think of my contribution as standing on the toes of giants...

Progress reports will follow on the wiki.

[Mon, 21 Mar 2005 20:32] | [dev/python] | #

2005-03-20 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Mon, 21 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-18 links

[Sat, 19 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-17 links

[Fri, 18 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-16 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Thu, 17 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-14 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Tue, 15 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-11 links

[Sat, 12 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

2005-03-10 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Fri, 11 Mar 2005 06:30] | [linkblog] | #

Del.icio.us Tinkering

I've started on a voyage of del.icio.us based link mongery, and I'll soon have links from my del.icio.us account automagically sprayed around various blogs with wild abandon. Here's the bullet list of things I want to do:

The code developed for all this will fall out into public shortly, just as soon as it's functional.

That's the basic plan, the first step is now functional, and I'll be covering the project further here and on the wiki's Del.icio.us Tinkering page.

[Thu, 10 Mar 2005 22:02] | [linkblog] | #

Getting Older

Wiser? Wealthier? I guess 2 out of 3 ain't bad, and one of them is just plain inevitable. As Erik, Frank, Gustaf and Martin have already noted, Tuesday was my umpteenth birthday, and was celebrated in customary style with a swift lunchtime pint (or two) with colleagues in the Market Porter and followed by a great meal in the back parlour of Wheelers Oyster Bar. It's hard to convey the full-on intimate experience of Wheelers, but this review comes very close, top place, and cracking food.

[Thu, 10 Mar 2005 13:00] | [general] | #

2005-03-09 links

Taken from Jim’s del.icio.us links

[Thu, 10 Mar 2005 09:39] | [linkblog] | #

Fun-1 revs up again

fun-1 small logoThe 2005 Formula One season has kicked off in yawn-inspiring style in Australia, but never fear Fun-1 are on the case!

In McLaren style we've even recruited a third pilot this season to help with set-up and to put in the hard yards when Ewan and I are swanning around with sponsors on a Friday. Mark's got a long track record of successful F-1 sites behind him, but we'll not hold that against him. In fact I think he rather enjoys being the Senna in our Berger/Ronzo led team. We're all set for a season of fun and games, so why not make Fun-1 your preferred Formula One blog?

[Mon, 07 Mar 2005 22:25] | [motorsport] | #

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