is a recent copy of my Radio weblog exported to XFML. At the moment liveTopics aren't hierarchical so they all appear as a big glob, but I'm working on this.
At the moment I define two facets that you can browse in. The first, liveTopics, is all the topics I have manually added to my posts. The second, Date of Publication, is automatically generated by the exporter. I'll be adding other facets as I go (suggestions welcomed).
Tanya's facets are Date, Topic, Process, and Format. Date and Format are easy to understand; the other two seem more arbitrary. The coming challenge will be either to find a magical way of making sense of other people's facets, or progressively establishing agreement on standards (presumably through competition).
This remarkable site uses The Matrix and Plato's "Allegory of the Cave" as jumping boards for asking many questions about the nature of reality, society, and culture. Very thought-provoking, provided you take the time to savour it.
I just came across an informative page by quantum computing pioneer Charles Bennett entitled "A range of toilets, from low-tech to high-tech, in various parts of the world, including unusual facilities in two academic institutions". Just thought I'd share the find.