Call it a new years resolution.

After a five year hiatus with what was at best a half-hearted attempt at public blogging using Radio Userland I’ve decided I’ll give it another go. I’ll try to stick to a regular posting routine – at least three times a week – and see what materialises from it.

More than anything I’ll use this site as ramblings for thoughts on software development that interest me and to keep notes related to my digging and tinkering on the Web. I’ll mostly be focusing on Internet Scale Architecture and highly concurrent system design and development. I have a particular interest in event-based routing architectures and ATOM in particular.

I owe some thanks for motivating me into restarting my blog to Russ Weakly. After patiently listening to my ideas on RSS/ATOM, microformats and information brokerage, over dinner one evening late last year, suggested I start writing about some of them. So here it goes.

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  1. Russ Weakley January 31st, 2007 8:14 am

    Excellent news. I found our conversation fascinating and look forward to reading future posts. Have feed, will listen!

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