[fr] Hoosgot, réincarnation du lazyweb d'antan, est en ligne. Merci à Dave Sifry, fondateur de Technorati!
One of the great things about the internet is that it brings people and ideas closer. One of the ways I (and many others) use it is to find things, or make sure the great idea we just had hasn’t already been implemented somewhere before we start building it.
Many years ago, when trackbacks were young and the the Internet Topic Exchange was hot, some brave folks put their heads and fingers together to give birth to The Lazyweb. If you had a request or a question, you would blog about it, send a trackback and a small prayer to the lazyweb, and maybe the lazyweb would answer with a solution. (As you’ve understood, the “lazyweb” is the community of people sending requests and keeping an eye on those from their brethren.)
I sent a few requests its way at the time.
Unfortunately,spam killed the lazyweb.
So, how do you send your requests over to hoosgot? Simply mention hoosgot in post or Twitter message, and it will appear on the website and in the associated RSS feed — which you should definitely subscribe to and keep an eye on.