In the world
What's going on in the world then? (I haven't done one of these yet, so I think it's about time)
- The RIAA got hacked (or h4xX0r3d, if you like). It couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch of people...
- Aquarion has his pingback server and client up and running again (at last ☺).
- Kamakaze is currently sans-internet. ☹
- Everyone in the entire world is linking to Mark.
There are now at least
fourknown weblogs (this one, Dive into Mark, Aaron Swartz: The Weblog and The Freaky Weblog) in existence that send XHTML as application/xhtml+xml. And at least 1 of those is broken at the time of writing this ☺
And in other news I've been trying to figure out why Mozilla was completely ignoring any "Last-Modified" HTTP headers that I sent. Couldn't figure it out for the life of me: I was comparing the headers I was sending to those of other weblogs and couldn't see anything wrong. In the end it turns out that the Last-Modified header was being sent perfectly fine and Mozilla was using it correctly, it just wasn't displaying it.