Interactive Microcontent is interesting as it is a discussion combining most of the client-side programming languages that interest me and some not so common uses for them, such as view selection source in mozilla, and calendaring. Speaking of calendaring, I’m still waiting impatiently to see the eventual direction of RSS/RDF and events/calendars. Calendaring is one of those topics that is very simple on the surface, but the more you work with it, the more features and ideas you think of, so much so that you never finish the discussion because it may not be possible for one spec. or syntax to do a good job with all of the different ideas. Take a look at the following links to see what I mean: rss calendar, rdf calendar, rdf calendar mailing list, rdf events and RSS, xhtml, and XSLT.

One Response to “interactive microcontent and rss calendaring”

  1. on 24 Dec 2008 at 6:57cssProdigy

    looks promising.

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