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June 29, 2008


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Jonathan Feinberg

I'm not sure what your "web 2.0" definition is. I thought it had to do with user-created content.

Marc Hustvedt

Jonathan, thanks for the comment. Fair point - poorly worded on my end. I meant to imply it isn't a server-side web app like the bulk of this new wave of web tools. I edited the post above to correct it.

Thanks, and great work with Wordle.


Jonathan Feinberg

There's a very important server-side component to Wordle. That's where saved Wordles go, and it's how the home page is populated. Thumbnails are served up dynamically to blog posts, etc.

Wordle is implemented in Python on Google's "App Engine".

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