Monthly Archives: July 2009

Mining the Letters of Charles Dickens

As an aside I’ve started  a small project to begin visualising ways of searching the letters of Charles Dickens and exploring the Simile library which MIT have produced. Its originally an extension to the D-Space repository tool but Rufus Pollock used in the Open Knowledge Foundation’s Weaving History project – to which I contributed the […]

Twittering RSS

The slowness or lack of real time on RSS feeds has reared its head again in terms of getting news out quickly and in “real-time”. Erick Schonfeld on Techcrunch wants to speed them up and  John Biggs has decided that RSS needs to RIP. I’ve been working on Twittering RSS feeds for the JISCMail service […]