Tonight I've been watching the movie "Super Size Me" and succeeding "30 days all night" series on the Cable TV. So far I watched 30 days anti-aging and 30 days living with Israms, both of which are fun.
Now it's 4:40 am but on the air is "30 days living with gay in San Francisco". This must be the funniest I guess ...
the Kentucky Derby post reminds me to post about my horse. Well actually it's not my horse but I just own 1/40 ownership of the horse.
Her name is Blooming Snow. She's 3 years old and so far in the past two races, she got no win but was on 2nd and 3rd. In the 2nd she got a slight damage in her leg(s) and has been taking a rest. But she was back in the training and will appear in the next weeknd, in Kyoto race course.
I've been a little lazy not updating recent Plagger development. Don't mind. It doesn't mean Plagger development has been squeezed, but it's actually still very hot.
Looks like Planet Planet added Atom support recently. Plagger also has a nice Planet publisher plugin Casey wrote for ETech 2006 and thanks to a nice design of Plagger plugin system, it's damn easy to add Atom/RSS/OPML output in combination with Planet output.
Today I added another fancy Subscription module called Subscription::XOXO. It tries to get XHTML and extract subcription list using XOXO microformats. This is pretty nice, because someone can update their source of "interesting links to Perl hackers" for example, and you can use that single XHTML entry as a source of your subscription.
Another very interesting plugin created these days is Search::Estraier(screenshot). It uses a pretty fast search engine Hyper Estraier and its P2P node API to index entries aggregated by Plagger. Nice example of usage of this module will be: 1)create your own Blog Search with Subscription::PingServer + Aggregator::Xango 2) aggregate all entries from the web containing certain keyword using Subscription::Planet, then index it for later search to be used as a Knowledge Base, like this Plagger KB.