Weblog on W3C, WHATWG, HTML, CSS, DOM, XML, HTTP and more.
wrote the very cool Behaviour css/js tool. also posts some pretty insightful stuff about life in general.
Bill de hÓra
a great resource on technologies like Atom, Atom Protocol, REST, XML, ODF, Microformats, RDF, XMPP and HTTP.
jeff atwood writes a nice blog for programmer-types.
Confessions of an Old Fogey
has some of the smartest windows triages and debugging info available. a man of great experience. and funny, too!
this is the site i am using to host builds of my open-source web engine.
If broken it is...
Tess Ferrandez works on the PSS team for microsoft specializing in debugging. i don't alway grok her stuff, but am always enlightened by it. you got IIS or other Windows issues, she's proly got some insight into the bugs.
one of the 'biggies' in the world of XSLT
very interesting stuff. josh is into RDF and linguistics. powerful combo!
Blogs from the JScript team in Microsoft
Matasano Chargen is a blog about information security. We write. A lot. We try to keep the content to the kinds of things that we’d like to read ourselves.
Mark Nottingham is a Principal Technical Yahoo!, putting together Web-based infrastructure for sites like Yahoo! Finance, Sports, Tech, TV and Movies.
this is my personal site.
as i continue to work on REST and other fundamental HTTP programming, i keep finding myself reading articles from paul's site. good stuff!
stefan tilkov is a major voice in HTTP and REST topics. i read his posts regularly.
Roy T. Fielding
keeper of the RFC2616 and all things REST-ful
i use s3 to hold my off-site backups. i am also starting to test s3 as my depository for large files (multimedia, zip, etc.).
signs on the sand
Oleg Tkachenko's Blog is a great resource for all things XML and .NET
i use this almost very day. it's a simple to-do list app that is absolutely the *best* implementation i've seen. even works on my moto-q phone!
Roy T. Fielding is chief scientist at Day Software, a leading provider of content management software and content infrastructure. Dr. Fielding is best known for his work in developing and defining the modern World Wide Web infrastructure.
What about Bob?
bob and i go back a long way. he might not too many people to know that, tho[g].
working at microsoft on the windows live writer blog editor.
site that holds details on my xml pages runtime framework. xmlpages is the internal name for exyus, the framework that runs this site.