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: I've let these horns go untooted for too long. A couple of projects I worked on as a consultant have been released. First, the web service for Satisfaction, a technical support forum that lets you interact directly with clueful companies and route around the clueless. The service is a mix of Atom for stuff that has a publishing-type workflow (like support topics), and XHTML+microformats for the rest.

Second, the Passively Multiplayer Online Game is in beta. I actually can't get the PMOG client to register my visits to sites anymore, not sure what's up with that, but it's a fun game that doesn't require a lot of ongoing investment the way, say, Kingdom of Loathing does. It'll be even more fun if they implement my crazy ideas.

[Comments] (2) : Ah, check out this great company, Slooh. It's a perfect science-fictional business: use the Internet to sell time on robotic telescopes. The pictures you take can end up on a community website. See, for instance, this pretty decent Ganymede transit of Jupiter. I'd design their web service!


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