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Mixed topics today Adobe works with Google, Yahoo and others to make Flash apps crawlable. Reddit.com open sources their codebase "Smart" robots.txt files - do you use them? Bruce Eckel article on concurrent Python with Twisted Railo - open source ColdFusion Cognifty - new PHP framework...

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Mixed topics today

Adobe works with Google, Yahoo and others to make Flash apps crawlable.

Reddit.com open sources their codebase

"Smart" robots.txt files - do you use them?

Bruce Eckel article on concurrent Python with Twisted

Railo - open source ColdFusion

Cognifty - new PHP framework

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