InfoWorld: MediaSurface stresses content management. Congrats to MediaSurface for closing the CNN website.
A new Mail to the Future service. Now you can receive links from Tomalak's Realm every night at 12 midnight Pacific.
Business Week: How vulnerable is Microsoft?
ZDNet: ISP offers free PC. Requires three-year subscription.
Wired: Intel Thinks Different Too.
Proof that Tinky Winky is not gay.
Please don't send pictures or movies or collections of icons via email. If you want me to look at something, put up a web page and send me a URL. In this day and age there's no reason to send big things around via email, esp unsolicited big things.
Matt Dornquast is looking for info on cXML.
People are buzzin about aint-it-cool-news.com.
The project I'm working on generates a stream of feature requests for browser makers. Here's one. I'd like to, in an anchor tag, be able to specify a link that's traversed if the user holds down the Ctrl/Cmd key when clicking on the link. I'd use that to let the user edit the page instead of viewing the page. Yes I know about security, and it's fully addressed in my scenario. (The editing happens on my own computer only.)
Script Meridian: Regex 2.0.1.
Silly Putty on the web.
Pictures of amazing things people have created with Silly Putty. Most of them are pretty silly!
Will Trillich started a Frontier benchmarks site.
InfoWorld: IBM to embrace Linux on server hardware.
USA Today: Stock Fraud on the Net.
When too much is not enough.. PoliticalJunkie.com.
This message on the W3C's WebDAV mail list announces the opening of RFCland 1.0, the XMLization of the IETF RFCs.
NY Times op-ed: Hillary Thinks, Rudy Waits, Pundits Yearn. "The idea of running Mrs. Clinton for the Senate while her husband is still in the White House was born of a mixture of great production values and political desperation."
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