Some of XML/XSLT/XML-RPC related stuff for the mac (found at Todd Ditchendorf’s) site:
The suite of Automator Actions for Mac OS X that brings drag-and-drop simplicity to creating and automating complex XML Processing Pipelines.
Check XML and XHTML documents for Well-Formedness and Validity while editing them in TextMate with support for DTD, W3C XML Schema, RELAX NG, Schematron and XInclude.
XML-RPC Client is a free Cocoa-based developer tool for Mac OS X Tiger that allows you to access and debug XML-RPC web services from the comfort of your desktop.
The Suite of Mac OS X Automator Actions that mates the simple, intuitive beauty of the Aqua Graphical User Interface with Automated Web Testing.
Yet another blog-based/social news aggregator
At this moment, the next big story in technology may reside on a blog you’ve never heard of or a news site you don’t have time to scan. So I built a software agent to surface these links in real time and the result is Techmeme, the site you’re visiting no
Interesting research project at Northwestern University (definitely not ready for prime time, but maybe for second life. Also interesting to see what Kristian Hammond is now up to):
News at Seven is an automatic system that crafts daily news shows. It finds the news you are interested in; edits it; finds relevant images, videos, and external opinions; and then presents it all using a virtual news team working in a virtual studio. New
Another blog based/social news aggregator:
Text Analytics /Metadata extractor with nice firefox plugin. Unfortunately but not surprising only for english texts: