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Unfortunately after one and a half years, I've misplaced my v710 cell phone for the first time. I really liked this phone (despite having to go through hell unlocking all the features which Verizon promoted but disabled on the phone), and really don't want to buy another, especially since my contract is up in April, after which I am planning on discontinuing my Verizon account (overpriced, and not worth it). In the meantime (until I find it or buy a new one) I will only be able to be reached via email and aim. (with my luck, its burried under the 11 feet of snow we got this week!)
Just wanted to link to a wiki article I wrote as part of my internship at Red Hat. When rewriting the internal Errata Tool using the Ruby on Rails framework, one of my tasks involved porting the XMLRPC server which the errata tool provides to other applications that use errata (such as bugzilla). After looking into the topic, and writing the required web services, I wrote the following article summarizing what I learned:
How To Write An XML RPC Service using Ruby On Rails.
(Also available here incase the previous links is taken down or vandalized)
RXSD - A Ruby / XSD Translator
As we incorporate technology more and more into our lives, the more we will demand it to adapt to our natural patterns and actions. As time progresses interfaces will need to evolve to be more fluid in interaction. The following video caught my eye the other day: