Joe Presbrey wrote the crawler, a 7KB bit of Python called walk.py which uses my own somewhat old rdfxml.py to parse RDF/XML (which I was rather surprised about). It's multi-threaded, and runs very quickly indeed: it takes just 32 seconds for it to spit out all 12 OpenIDs currently within three hops of the DIG members:
a colleague's mother passed away. Her wish was your kind donations to St. Jude research hospital - pediatric cancer genome project.
Millions of Changs and Wangs with open arms
The Albion maiden will embrace,
Whose rare benevolence and natural charms
Profoundly touch the heart of an ancient race.
Becoming a translator, first one I would like to do is "Taryn Simon: The stories behind the bloodlines"
a conversation I had that made my day.
My friend's yahoo email is being 'hijacked' ( not exactly once I paid a bit more attention. They were doing the simple spoofing trick of swapping letters) . I called her and find out that she is not traveling in Spain. Also her gmail account is having problem as well. I suspect the scammers are originated from China and targeted circle of Chinese friends emails.
Apache Cassandra/Hadoop vs. Lucene/SOLR, what SEO problems are for these two pairs to solve?
btw, liked this banner at local friend's meeting place 'There is no way to peace. Peace is the way'.
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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