Tomorrow is a Day Without Weblogs.
Tomorrow is also a big day here too, the formal announcement of Manila and 6.1, coinciding with a press release with Microsoft and Developmentor about SOAP. We're just about ready to go. Looking forward to stretching a bit later this week!
5/24/99: "Now of course I don't own Word or even WordPad, but I do own an excellent writing tool that's a descendent of a tool that was loved by tens of thousands of people in the 80s, and many of them are still out there. My vision of writing for the web is a beautiful outliner, a text tool that understands structure and can easily hide or reveal detail. And has a File menu a web writer would die for."
That's the other half of the Edit this Page vision, yet to be delivered. That'll be Frontier 7, its codename is Corazon. Next week, believe it or not, the delivery process for Corazon starts.
Holy Cow! DanDot.Com has a draggable Abe Vigoda feature. "You can move him wherever you want to." Damn.
The Dome of the Sky is "your virtual online planetarium."
Liblog is a library weblog.
The evangelistas found a new victim. "You were not given a court order. You just got scared for your mortgage and your Lexus payment and are in that light a coward."
Something new in the XML-RPC world. Did News.Com jump the gun on an embargo?
MSNBC: 24-hour human help for lost surfers. According to Matt Dornquast, this site is a front-end for an XML-RPC app.
And something new in the RSS world. Interesting!
Dell's answer to Apple's iMac?
I'm working over in Manila-Newbies-Land this morning.
Robert Occhialini on Manila: "An easy out of the box solution that allows non-technical people to edit their own content without complicated programming."
Wired: What comes after Y2K? Good question! Tomorrow is the first day of the last month of the millennium. No meltdowns that I'm aware of. There must be lots of computers rolling over everywhere. So on to the next big problem? Happy Last Month!
InfoWorld: Fusion 5 Creates Sites Faster. "Fusion 5.0 is a mature Web-site design tool that allows novices and experts alike to create visually appealing and highly functional Web sites."
ZopeNewbies is doing great!
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