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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Simon Phipps tagged Architecture

A helpful SEO spammer used text from this paper in a comment on my blog and drew my attention to it. Very interesting explanation of why control detracts from community. Remember, trade control for influence!

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Fascinating read on the surge of demand that hit Pinboard when Yahoo deprecated delicious (which I am still using only becuase Pinboard doesn't offer link-blogging). Well worth reading if you are engaged in web application design.

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"The point is that that kind of thing simply cannot be built if you start with large formal specifications and fixed-price contracts and change-control procedures and so on. So if your enterprise wants the sort of outcomes we’re seeing on the Web (and a lot more should), you’re going to have to adopt some of the cultures and technologies that got them built." -- I completely agree with Tim here. If you've heard my Adoption-Led keynote you've heard me say this, and Tim's more general point is spot on. Now expect whines from those who gave us WS-* instead of true "small pieces loosely joined"...

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"4 million hits a day with its two SunFire T2000 servers at 97% idle" WOW.

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Excellent article explains why managers mismanage experts.

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One of these would go beautifully in the trees at the bottom of our garden.

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This completely captures the problem with web services. Brilliant.

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Giving a name to the way Google Maps works

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