Bernie's meeting checklist. Food for thought. Are you using technology effectively in organizing your meetings? If so, you're working with each other electronically before, during and after meeting.
On the new technography site, a sneak preview of what the Frontier 6 outliner looks like. Note the wrapping headlines. It makes a world of difference!
Microsoft: Paul Maritz' written testimony in the "other" trial in Washington.
Andrew Clinick: Microsoft's spin on Perl.
Stephen Mohr: XML in Microsoft Office 2000.
CBS: Allaire surges on IPO. "This is a great company, and a way to play the growth of the Internet without the volatility of a pure Internet company," said Paul Bard, analyst at Renaissance Capital.
InfoWorld: Allaire goes public.
Donald Larson, a Frontier developer who now works for IBM, is looking for developers who use Frontier wih Lotus Notes.
XML-RPC spec revised. Clarifications, <base64> tag added.
As the dust settles on the last round of work on XML-RPC, I'm getting new perspectives on what it is and where it's going.
News.com: Symantec looking for a new CEO. Record sales and profit at SYMC.
Dev/Linux interviews the author of GhostScript.
ALLR now shows up. Today must be the real IPO day for them. Good luck!
On the Script Meridian Community list, Steven Ivy complains about the deletion of a message on our Discussion Group. The deleted message was an ad for a product that was unrelated to the discussion. The reason you don't see spam on the DG is that we delete it. Once again there are lots of free-for-alls and spam-filled cesspools on the net. We will not host one of those. Thanks for listening.
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