Wired: Web publishing the Microsoft Way. "Dixon said that Microsoft would soon publish documentation outlining the Office XML tags so that other creation tools could create pages with Office-friendly formatting." Never!
Email to Microsoft re Office 2000 and MSIE.
Buck's: They Came for Flapjacks and Stayed for Each Other. This is community in a whole different way. Or the usual way!
Jamis: "I write in Word and drop the text into a box and hit post and boom I-are-a-web-guy." It's true!
News.Com: How Worm.ExplorerZip works.
InfoWorld: New Worm.ExplorerZip virus spreads over Net.
News.Com: Hard-drive stripping virus a doozy.
MSNBC: Malicious worm hits PCs.
Every day I see more articles on the web about women and their use of computers. That's cool, but it seems every article includes one or two sweeping negative statements about men. This article has two, maybe three. Can you spot them? There are so many ways to say this is wrong. The golden rule, two wrongs don't make a right, you reap what you sow. Here's what I have to say. I'm a man and I don't like it. Thanks for listening.
Tcl-RPC implements XML-RPC in Tcl. Welcome!
David Carter-Tod asks for assistance with XML-RPC for ASP.
XML.COM: Building a Metasearch Engine.
Feed: "With Third Voice, the para-site community has attached itself directly to the host, but in a way that is only visible to Third Voice users. For Web publishers, that's a mixed blessing. On the one hand, your pages can spark discussion and debate, even if you don't have conferencing software installed. On the other hand, outside readers suddenly have the opportunity to scrawl in the margins of your text, whether you invite them in or not."
Tog on QuickTime 4.0. "If you are that one-in-a-million designer who is so good that you can serve up totally cryptic stuff and people will still beat a path to your door, then your name is Kai Krause. The rest of us need to develop a little self-discipline."
Tog has too many page reads for his ISP account. No need to send me email about this, I already know. Thanks.
Cringely: On the Internet, Fame becomes Fortune.
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