More on the weirdness that is del.icio.us API

As I’ve said before del.icio.us is not easy to program against. Here’s a brief recount of my latest explorations into how to program against del.icio.us. I received a report about some problems with epilicious, to which I responded with a pointer to my post about my past experiences. In response I got a suggestion to …

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On the “divorce scenario” in DRM…

It’s always fun to find things mentioned in articles that I’ve heard discussions about, or even in some cases discussed myself, years ago. Here’s a piece on DVB’s CPCM. I heard of the “divorce scenario” during my time at Philips. It was fun to see how really smart people would point out that this scenario …

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Epilicious and ma.gnolia.com

As I’ve told before del.icio.us can be a very fickle partner to interact with. Lately I’ve again started seeing obstinate behaviour from del.icio.us and yesterday I finally got around to adding support for ma.gnolia.com to epilicious. They support an API that is “del.icio.us compatible” (I believe there are some things missing, but everything epilicious needs …

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My programmer personality

I did the Programmer personality test: Your programmer personality type is:    PHTB You’re a Planner. You may be slow, but you’ll usually find the best solution. If something’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right. You like coding at a High level. The world is made up of objects and components, you should create your programs …

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