PC Week: Microsoft's Quiet Little Database.
The Economist: Hackers Rule. Great picture!
Ian Beatty: SuperCalendar macro.
This site has the browser-based editor I want. Help! Save me from the POS that's in MSIE.
David Carter-Tod posits about POS and posts M3K.
Progress! Here's the latest screen shot of my news editor control panel as it looked at about 5:10AM. Lots of new features. It shows a preview of the home page, saving me a few steps and giving me more confidence that everything looks good over there.
How does it get the preview? Via XML-RPC, of course!
More progress! Now I have a dictionary in my control panel. It connects with WordNet, run by princeton.edu, parses the result and displays it for me. It's important that it's on the same page as all the other stuff. Allows me to play with words. There's more to the story.
News.com: Vignette Raises IPO Price.
Red Herring: Marimba Pushes to IPO.
From HotWired's archives, a Brock Meeks column that identifies Henry Hyde as the "..water boy for Senator James Exon by carrying the Communications Decency Act over to the House side and wedging it into the telecom bill. Hyde is also responsible for adding the language to that bill that criminalizes putting abortion information on the Internet.." Thanks to Matthias Neeracher for this pointer.
In the GNOME world BABOON is an acronym for Baboon Allows Baboon Objects Over Networks.
WordNet on Baboon.
CNN: Clinton Returns to New Hampshire. "While Lockhart insisted Clinton has no plan to gloat in New Hampshire, even he admitted the president is unlikely to ignore the political significance of his visit." Clinton is the master of chutzpah, it's less than a week since the acquittal. I am very impressed! (No sarcasm.)
InfoWorld: Lotus delays Notes 5 release.
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