Dan Bricklin's Manila site now looks like Dan's "other" site.
Robert Hess's Manila site. Lots of stories, about cocktails.
Jeffrey Zeldman: The Day the Browser Died. A great piece. I was reading the HTML version until I found the link to the text-only version, and what a relief! To me, too much glitz is too much. Put it all on one page. I know how to use a scrollbar. No point worrying about CSS and standards. It's a big dream. Netscape is gone. <blockquote> works great. I still love Jeffrey. All his icons are in our glossary.
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The WAP Today site is weally wollin. They have a WAP version of Scripting News. Still trying to figure out what that means!
Ken Dow: Types of Manila Sites.
Eric Soroos posts a sample script that emails you when a DG message you posted gets a response.
Release 1.0 has a scoop. "A behind-the-scenes account of how last week's AT&T announcement on open access to its cable broadband services came about, from one of the participants in the negotiations."
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Boston Globe: Declaring war on spam.
Another stupid weblog article written from Jorn Barger's xenophobic FAQ.
Dan Gillmor's talk at Builder.Com Live. "The Web development community has a lot of clout. You need to use it better." True.
The Headline Viewer formerly known as Carmen's is updated. "Fetching of stories from providers is now asynchronous. This means an end to annoying lockups while Headline Viewer waits for slow or offline servers to respond."
Linux.Com survey on scripting languages.
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