Back in 1999 I began to write a book called XML Programming with VB and ASP in which I wrote about some of the ideas I thought the web could achieve. I started vbxml.com and that matured into topxml.com These days I recognise that we are verging on a tremendous time where things are beginning to happen in this space: social software, taggging, folsonomy and microformats. While most of us thought the XML (or RDF) crowd would revolutionize the world of data… but in fact through sheer weight of numbers - the good old scrappy and disorganised HTML editors, writers and users will in fact categorize the data on the web. I run a small company where we write software (reBlogger) and we give away copious amounts of $ to worthy causes. I'm not a fan of Big Co's. I love the movie "Office Space". I'm a Christian.
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