The new version of Buck's Woodside is on the air. Now we have to put some new content on there! What a trip this is going to be.
whois.userland.com got some new friendly features this morning.
Frontier users can download whois.root. It's a website in a guest database. It requires mainResponder to run. If you don't know what that is, stay tuned.
David Detlefsen wants to do XML-RPC from the Unix shell.
At 7:46PM Pacific, the Seattle Times home page is broken. It says "Forbidden. Your client is not allowed to access the requested object." Major real-time link-rot!
Jorn Barger: The Best and Worst of Web Design.
I got the link above from a thread about link-rot, and an informal list of practices that make me raise my fists in furious indignation.
Should you see a goat cheese tart on the dessert list, do not fail to order it. Like most everything about this place, it soars.
NY Times op-ed: Paul Simon on the passing of Joe DiMaggio. "A nation turns its lonely eyes to you.."
On MacInTouch, Henry Norr compares the performance of the Pentium III vs the Mac G3 in doing PhotoShop ops.
Dan Gillmor: Last-minute deal what you'd expect from Intel.
Wired: From the Alley to the Valley. East coast entrepreneurs meet California VCs. "The days of creating new brands online are over now that major media companies have entered the fray.." The VCs are always saying that and they're always wrong.
Builder.com: Working in a Web Group.
InfoWorld: Microsoft invests in Internet copy protection.
MacWEEK: Apps for Mac OS X Server. Hmmm. No familiar names there.
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