Bookmarklets are simple tools that extend the surf and search capabilities of web browsers.
Help needed from the Frontier community. Simeon from Allaire has been working on a WDDX to XML-RPC translator, and now the ball is in our court, can we produce some code that goes the other way, so Frontier apps can talk to apps that speak WDDX? We need the brains and muscle of the Frontier community to work on this one. It's a barn raising, a potluck, a chance to earn bragging rights and virtual golden keychains.
Wired: Big money backs MP3.COM.
Updated: www.xml-rpc.com. Now links to Allaire's WDDX site and to Python, Perl and Java XML-RPC clients.
News.com: Lotus still leads in groupware.
News.com: Ellison says the net will break Microsoft. I've heard that before! Now, what about Oracle? Let's get him!
Bergen Record: Trial poses risks for both parties. "Even James Carville, one of the president's staunchest supporters, said, 'Who knows when public opinion could turn?'"
Our friend Mr. Nitpicker asks questions about parameters and XML-RPC, and I attempt to answer them on the DG.
Ask and ye shall receive! Yesterday I saw a neat trick on the CNN site that would work well in Frontier's website framework and today, David Carter-Tod has it ready for download. This is an incredible community!
Another coool Frontier-generated calendar is on this German site.
A test version of betty.rpc.client that could make it possible for Frontier apps to connect to Java servers.
Red Herring: Morgan Stanley to back Marimba's IPO.
Press release: Critical Path raises $33 million for email outsourcing services.
News.com: Apple licensing FireWire, for a fee.
Adaptec: What's the difference between i.LINK and FireWire?
A bizarre geometric puzzle. Where did the hole come from? I swear I've seen this one before!
Kevin Newman has the solution. No peeking until you figure it out!
Here's a neat trick that kind of works.
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