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                          Archive for Oct 2011


                          A Database is Like a Phone that Doesn't Ring

                          The Evented API specification is a way to get the phones ringing in today's Web APIs. For real-time applications, that's critical.
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                          Semantic Translation in Event Systems

                          Semantic translation is a type of event abstract that changes one event into another based on the context of the original event. This blog post explains and shows how to do it in KRL.
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                          What Personal Event Networks Do

                          Personal event networks create a world beyond mobile and social where products are part of your social network.
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                          Occupy Something

                          The Tea Party and Occupy Wallstreet crowds ought to ignore their differences and concentrate on what they have in common: changing the current corporatist structure of American politics to better represent people instead of special interests.
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                          App Pushers and Enforcers

                          Lately, I've noticed a phenomenon that is extremely unhealthy, not mention annoying: companies more or less forcing you to use their mobile app instead of their Web site. The truth is that most businesses don't need an app. They just need a Web site that works.
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                          The Evented API Specification

                          The Evented API specification provides a standard method for APIs to signal events using any programming language or system that supports HTTP. Signaling events from APIs provides a means for them reach out when something happens instead of waiting for a request.
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                          Personal Event Networks: Building the Internet of Things

                          An Internet of Things--social products and services--will have as profound an effect on our lives as the changes of the preceding 15 years. I believe that personalized event-driven programming models are a key part of the architecture that makes them real. Events make active participants of formerly passive APIs and make social products a reality.
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