This connected day and age has brought forth the end of isolation. Publishing one’s own essays, news, rants, photos and the like is essentially free-as-in-beer; the scarcity part of the equation has shifted to attention. Scattering these tiny shards of the self all around the intertubes only c → Sigue leyendo Tumbling across the friendly pipes
It’s time to get techie again! As you may have noticed, I’ve recently added a new item to my sidebar content called Puede que esté en… (that’s Spanish for I might be at…, for my few Spanish-impaired readers). The location displayed below, a link to Google Maps, is an ap → Sigue leyendo Pipes vs Spreadsheets: a showdown
Welcome! As promised in my previous post, today I am releasing a Greasemonkey script that allows geocoding, using the geo microformat, in Blogger‘s interface. Remember my previous fit of creativity concerning names? Well, I’ve decided to name this one InsertGeo (don’t laugh at me, → Sigue leyendo Geocoding while blogger (2)
That is surely the motto for Yahoo Pipes developers. Not only they are in the process of improving and polishing a very interesting approach to content feed processing and remixing; but they are also a speedy bunch whenever it comes the time to interact with users (developers in their own regard). J → Sigue leyendo Speed, I am speed!
¿Para qué sirve un pipe con entradas de datos, si hay que ir a la página de Pipes para introducir los datos a mano? Hemos visto que podemos pasar nuestros valores a través de una URL (con un GET de HTTP); esto nos permite la automatización necesaria para añadir un elemento más a la cadena. [… → Sigue leyendo Pipes con entrada