DaveNet: Politics of Plumbing.
Josh Lucas: XML-RPC Applet brings XML-RPC into the web browser scripting environment thru a scriptable Java applet.
SimCity 3000! Early review -- it's just like SC2K, except the graphics are prettier. What a bummer! (I wish they had networked it, like GeoCities, but visual and with simulation.)
Eric Soroos is interested in starting a Seattle Frontier User's Group.
Wired: Microsoft Wins Web Patent. Scary!
CNN: Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) one of the architects of the plan said she was not willing to go forward unless the proposals get some support from Democrats. Bravo.
As far as I can tell, there is no mention of the Larry King/Robert Byrd interview on any other news site.
InfoWorld: Software AG to take wraps off XML server.
eMediaWeekly ceases publication.
Autonomy has "the only technology capable of providing you with a complete infrastructure for the automated handling of large volumes of information for Knowledge Management or New Media markets." Whatever that means.
Jean-Louis Gassee on Microsoft's bedtime stories.
SJ Merc: DSL service not yet up to speed.
Andrew Duncan is looking for experienced Frontier developers in New Zealand or Australia.
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