Posted:April 10, 2006

Nobody’s Business But My Own

I hate to admit it, but I’m sure months if not years after others have made the move I switched out my Mozilla 1.7x browser and email client for Firefox and Thunderbird today! It’s a step I’ve been contemplating for a while, but was occasioned by my interest in finally testing out the Piggy Bank semantic Web browser from MIT’s Simile project, which is only available as an add-in for Firefox.

I still wear tweed jackets and was probably within the last percentages of users to switch from Wordperfect to MS Word. I hate changing a working desktop environment, and resist learning new tricks about old dogs. Oh well. Now, on to Piggy Bank ….

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I hate to admit it, but I’m sure months if not years after others have made the move I switched out my Mozilla 1.7x browser and email client for Firefox and Thunderbird today! It’s a step I’ve been contemplating for a while, but was occasioned by my interest in finally testing out the Piggy Bank […]

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One thought on “Nobody’s Business But My Own

  1. Its not often that you find a reference to Piggy Bank in blogs. Just wondering what you think about it now that you have seen it.

    Given the coverage that the idea of Mashups get, its odd (and a great pity) that we hardly hear about stuff like Haystack and Piggybank.

    Haystack in particular provides a pretty comprehensive framework for creating seamless interfaces to semistructured content. Piggybank only gives us a little peek into what Haystack can do.

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