Four short links: 11 December 2009

Real Time Text, NoSQL Reading List, New data.gov, and a Breakdancing Robot

  1. Real Time Text Taskforce — standardising live typing ala EtherPad and Google Wave, for accessibility reasons.
  2. NoSQL Required Reading — papers and presentations to get up to speed in the theory and practice of scalable key-value data stores. (via Hacker News)
  3. It’s Official, data.gov 2.0 is Coming — pointer to the design and philosophy document for the next iteration of data.gov. Interesting to see so much activity on US open government happening now: open government directive and progress report were released, along with a request for ideas on open access to publicly-funded science research.
  4. Breakdancing Robot — we live in the future, and it is good. (via @hollowaynz)
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