A remarkable amount of nothing is going on at the blog-o-sphere – so nothing to summarize from there.
After the last meeting of members of the International Society for Web Engineering e.V. two weeks ago, we finally launched the ISWE portal. At the same time we established two social networking groups for our members within LinkedIn as well as Xing, formerly known as OpenBC. Application for memberships is available here [pdf].
Currently, I am revising my own paper, submitted to the BCS computer Journal as well as being Guest Editor for a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering on Automation and Engineering for Ambient Intelligence.
It looks like this week will be a lot of writing and reading as well.
During the last week I accidentally surfed on a couple of interesting web sites as well. I found a online FLV Converter that allows you to save YouTube videos as DivX and MPEG4 into several containers. Christian Weyer wrote a nice article about dealing with WSDL in WCF. Instructables seems to be a nice web site providing step-by-step instructions how to do certain things: maybe I will go for the HDD clock.
Finally, my headset broke over the weekend, i.e. I won’t be available by Skype for the next few days until I get a replacement.