Thank you CmdrTaco and Slashdot

Rob Malda and Slashdot have done more to establish working, successful patterns for others to follow in online communities on the Web that few others (Metafilter, IndyMedia, and Salon.com come immediately to mind), can match, and are recognized for. Everyone keeps re-inventing elements of what they established, and missing lessons they learned the hard way. […]

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Java on… Heroku!!!!

Heroku adds suport for Java: Heroku for Java. Take note of how simple a basic Java web app can be. Sure it’s not Sinatra or Flask, but it is still mighty simple. Folks who claim that ‘Java is dead’ or that it should die, aren’t facing up to where it shines and what it provides. […]

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The Web is 20

I’d like to say thank you to Tim Berners-Lee and all those who were part of making the Web happen. The original announcement (where? on Usenet of course!) W3C Design Issues for the World Wide Web World Wide Web Foundation Weaving the Web See also:

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