DaveNet: Blue Mountain Arts.
The Seattle area has a really cool website that allows you to monitor traffic conditions. They also have webcams set up so you can see for yourself what's going on. This is very nice!
You can almost spy on Microsoft thru one of the webcams..
Interesting! Blue Mountain Arts won an injunction against Microsoft in late January.
At the same time, we're still curious why David Shinpaugh can't download a fresh copy of MSIE 5.0b2/Win.
Even sexier, you can use a Java applet to see where Seattle's buses are!
News.com: Microsoft argues against OS tinkering.
Is Mr. Wakeup Phone Call to the Future?
Wired: Go.com doing well. "Higgins said that, unlike other Internet networks or hubs, the Go Network is a tightly integrated coalition of sites with a universal navigation, registration, and personalization scheme."
Chuck Shotton and Dan Shafer debate the merits of server-side programming in Java. Dan says that the best thing about Java is "no memory leaks." I think that's funny because this morning I'm fighting a huge memory leak on my server! Let me add my two cents, there's nothing like memory leaks to spoil a sysop's day! And even more ironic, I think it's some code that's running every five minutes because Chuck's server in Virginia is calling it every five minutes, via XML-RPC!
I get more and more respect for Murphy every friggin day!!!
Tomalak notes a Yahoo stylistic change.
A peek behind the scenes. Here's a log that shows me what sys.memAvail is once a minute.
John Glassburner won a small victory in his fight to get the word "Aretha" added to the Microsoft Office dictionary.
Aretha is not in WordNet either.
Dan Gillmor: Push has a new application? I call these JIT-SEs, and they're invaluable for researchers, writers, columnists.
News.com: Domain name disputes loom.
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