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そこで，思いつくものを挙げてみると，イギリスのワーウィック大学のコンピュータ学部University of Warwick Computer Science Departmentの学生James BellがIBMのエクストリーム・ブルー・プログラムExtreme Blue programmeでインターンをしているときに考えたPeridotがある。Peridotはインターネットとイントラネットの両方に使え，リンク先の変更で会社のイメージにそぐわないコンテンツになった場合にもウェブマスターに知らせることが出来る。
It works by automatically mapping and storing key features of webpages, so it can detect significant content changes.
The students said Peridot could protect companies by spotting links to sites that have been removed, or which point to wholly unsuitable content.
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley say they have come a step closer to solving a frustrating problem familiar to most Web surfers: the broken hyperlink.
In a recent academic paper, computer scientists Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky outlined a way to create links among Web pages that will work even if documents are moved elsewhere. Although researchers have tried to tackle the issue before, Internet search experts said the paper describes a potentially elegant solution to a widespread and long-recognized puzzle.
In a stroke of good timing, last week I spent some time integrating support for torrents into FeedDemon's upcoming support for podcasting. At the moment it's too unreliable to expose, and I've had trouble automating BitTorrent to do what I want, but given how "alpha" the whole idea of BitTorrent enclosures is, I don't believe it's important that FeedDemon supports them right away. However, I do believe it's important that I announce my intentions to do so. Which I've just done :)