DaveNet: It's Working.
Bill Gates: "He saw the power of communication using the Internet very early on and has been very effective in using that medium to have interactive discussions on a wide variety of both technical and human topics."
To Bill, thanks for your support. I wish more software industry leaders used DaveNet as you have. You also understood the power of communication using the Internet very early on.
CDA II passes the US Senate. If it becomes law, if you publish web material deemed "harmful" to minors, you could go to jail for six months and be fined $50K per day that the material was available.
The Sports Illustrated photo site. Our first big commercial site.
Broadband Week: Road Runner Details Content Work.
Evoscript is a free, database-enabled web application framework written in Perl.
I downloaded and installed IE5 and had a few questions and problems.
Random House: 100 best English-language novels of the 20th Century.
Matt Daw has started an XML-RPC mail list. I've already subscribed to it. If you're working on an implementation of XML-RPC, please join the list and keep us posted on your progress, and share your ideas and concerns.
The Atlanta Frontier User's Group meets tonight.
A neat DHTML site.
Ryan Tate notices that Netscape 4.5 is playing a funny game with Yahoo!
TechWeb: Farmers and Y2K.
Upside: The net threatens to upset corporate power in music industry. "There are about 80,000 music sites on the Net--everything from streaming radio stations to fan sites to retailers..."
Wired on the new portal look. Yes, it's boring!
Chris Nolan on black dresses and software advertising.
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