DaveNet: Microsoft and XML-RPC.
I've been getting a steady stream of email on XML-RPC, this is great because it's getting the attention I hoped it would, and the questions/comments are coming from people who are really implementing it, not just coffee-housing.
Simeon Simeonov posts comments from Allaire.
I'm going to wait till tomorrow to post my comments. I want to start with a fresh mind tomorrow, today has been a very exciting day, and it's left me more than a little wiped out.
Technography: I asked Bernie what 'Technography for Dummies' would look like, given existing tools, what's the minimum hardware, software, furniture and net connection?
Brad Pettit, one of the members of the original MORE team at Symantec, has written a MORE-to-Text translator. We will be able to read these files in Frontier 6, so you can move text from MORE to Frontier's new wrapping headlines outliner.
Mozilla's open directory is available in RDF.
InfoWorld: HP to build Oracle thin servers.
Robert Chang started a discussion on Frontier as an email client. It's going somewhere. That's good!
InfoWorld: Bluestone marries XML and Java.
MacWEEK: Connectix responded to a copyright infringement lawsuit from Sony by shipping an updated version of the software in dispute.
TechWeb: Greenspan on tech stock valuations.
sally@kins com asks: "What kind of wild economy is this when Geocities goes for almost as much as Volvo?"
USA Today: At Home, gold mine or bomb?
Here's a funny DaveNet piece that makes me laugh!
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