Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: “Content Portability: Building an API is Not Enough”
Previous entries in the series:
Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: Content Modularity: More Than Just Data Normalization
Programmable Web: Daniel Jacobson: COPE: Create Once, Publish Everywhere
Justin Cormack has some thoughts on the above series, in particular on content portablility, that are worth reading.
Also related to content portability (I think – okay – maybe a stretch – but is worthy to think about), is “Dive into history, 2009 edition”: “HTML is not an output format. HTML is The Format. Not The Format Of Forever, but damn if it isn’t The Format Of The Now.”
AIGA: Callie Neylan: Case Study: NPR.org