Blog2008 ≫ everything is json these days

I can remember the day I first heard of it and didn't see the benefit of it at all but now I use it for everything (like the folkestone map), I have a feed of absolutely everything on the site as json1... Think I might need to change my neat urls to allow callback= into the url though, all the feeds I use from other sites (and my own ugly urls2) are of that format, which is the standard for actually using someone elses feed, (like with jQuery3).

Have been managing up to now with array2json4, but am looking forward to using some more PHP5 things anyway.

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