MP3.COM: The Dancing Hamsters Remix. Yeah!
Mark Gardner posted a screenshot of a Perl app running in Frontier. Neat-o!
On Monday we did an experiment in online technography. Thanks to Bernie for writing it up.
Eric Raymond isn't retiring after all. I know what it's like!
Here's what I'm cooking for tomorrow's Seder. Vegetarians avert your eyes.
News.com: Yahoo to acquire Broadcast.com.
My.UserLand.Com gets a link from the Open Directory Project, right next to My.Netscape.Com. Thanks!
New channel: pharmalicensing.com.
IBM: XML Enabler is a servlet that formats data using XSL, generating HTML that can be viewed in any browser.
Neal Stephenson: In the Beginning was the Command Line.
CNET recommends Y2K diagnostic programs for Windows. "Mac owners: Your machines are, and always have been, free of the Y2K bug." A common misperception perpetuated by Apple advertising, not a service to Mac owners. In fact Macs can and will have Y2K problems. A word to the wise!
Apple's Y2K website. "The Mac OS and most Mac applications can handle internally generated dates correctly all the way to the year 29,940." A more reasonable statement.
Hey I just got an email from Ford Prefect, pointing to a DG hosted by TDV which is Douglas Adams's production company.
Here's one of the things that's been bothering me about the NATO fighting in Yugoslavia.
Guys, be careful what you ask for..
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