Antique: Frontier 1.0. (January 1992)
New feature: Top 25 Most-read DG Messages. Rankings are compiled every night shortly after midnight, Pacific.
Even newer: Top 50 Most-read DaveNet Pieces. We started tracking per-piece reads on the DaveNet site ten days ago. Already I have a better idea of how DaveNet pieces age.
The most-read "old" piece is about HTML.
Jacob's Angst is back after a bout with the flu.
News.Com: What AOL Stands to Lose in Browser War. "A Microsoft browser monopoly could spell disaster for the leading online service and other Microsoft competitors on the Web, as content and commerce ventures could be forced to deal with Microsoft for access to any consumer getting on the Web from a PC."
SF Chronicle: TV Firms Threaten to Sue TiVo, Replay.
I received word that InfoWorld is changing their linking policy and will have an official statement shortly. I have read a synopsis of the new policy and support it wholeheartedly.
Civic.Com's linking policy: "We invite you to link to any/all of our web pages. We do not view this as duplication." Civic.Com, like InfoWorld and ComputerWorld, is an IDG publication.
WebMonkey (1996): Who's Linking to You?
WebMonkey: Choosing a Publishing System.
A middle-of-the-night thought. If open source projects are various kinds of dictatorships, what happened to the bazaar? Was that just marketing hype? Sounds pretty cathedral-like to me.
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