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DaveNet: Ask the Questions.

I had a phone talk this morning with Simeon Simeonov at Allaire, and we worked out a proposal for merging WDDX and XML-RPC. He posted a report on the conversation on the discussion group. Comments from interested people are welcome.

W3C: Personalized Information Description Language.

David Carter-Tod: Frontier as an Instructional Management System.

Cameron Barrett has a cool use for Mail to the Future, and this leads to an interesting use of XML-RPC to get a mail list from his workstation onto the server. Here's a sample script that adds a mail list to a MTTF server. The script could be written in Python, Perl or Java too.

CNN reviews SimCity 3000.

Bitstreamís PageFlex is an on-demand publishing server enabling the design and fully automatic production of customized print documents that are targeted at a narrow market segment or an individual reader.

Red Herring: IdeaLab launches Free-PC.com.

News.com: Amazon backs off promo plan.

MacWEEK: Dissecting Sony's game.

Questions you need to answer to get a free PC.

Builder.com's discussion on best practices for site design.

The Eggman's Concise Rules for a Successful Website.

Wired: Lycos, Diller merge.

Interface: A biochip in presidential candidate William Cozzano's brain hardwires him to a computerized polling system that channels the mood of the electorate directly into his brain

Microsoft's Robert Hess: To Web, or Not.

     

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