I started putting notes onto this blog about 6 months ago. From where I sit: so far, so good. I've found some fun topics
with. A few posts
have even gotten some attention (visits
Though I enjoy writing these short-attenion-span notes, I certainly haven't published 1000 posts. Here's what's going on:
The greacen zone runs on the netscrap.com publishing system. Netscrap has a few hundred posts already, thus the high numbers.
The fruit blog also runs on this jalopey.
What's the publishing system? If you've been reading, you already know that it's heart and soul is zombie technology. The netcrap.com publishing system is buggy, but it's super- efficient. Check out this month's netscrap.com comscore numbers if you doubt.
Where's this going? No idea. Isn't that exciting? Just like several of the startups I've worked for. At this point I'm considering tossing the publishing platform's core onto google code under the MSL just like I did with bashWebTest.
- anyone interested in a platform like this? I suspect not. Correct me.
- what would a good codename or project name be? "NetScrap" might even work. Or "The NetScrap Platform" or "The NetScrap Thing"
- anyone have a better way of handling urls with zombie technology? I looked around a little bit, but couldn't find anything useful. I'm familiar with mapping scripts to 404 actions... I may take a stab at this during some lull.
- Syndication experiments have been fun: thanks for all the facebook clickthroughs. I'll probably work some more involved rss-streaming into this thing.
Thanks for reading!
category = TECHNOLOGY
tagses = NETSCRAP
, COLD FUSION