Scott Cook: "People who shift paradigms have the same facts as everyone else, but they see them differently."
Internet.Com: "Encyclopaedia Britannica announced it will resume printing of its world-renowned 32-volume encyclopedia in the fall of this year -- the first published revision since 1998."
Stewart Alsop: "The Macintosh seems to work."
Hey maybe Microsoft-Free-Fridays are going to catch on? I'm sure it's too late get Scripting News offline for MSIE for tomorrow (it's Apache on Linux), and maybe this gives Microsoft a chance to catch up with all that's been said so far. On the other hand, if you want to go for it, tomorrow is Friday, and there are other Web browsers.
Reminder, Tuesdays are still take-a-programmer-to-lunch day.
I downloaded Opera 5. Boy is it different. But it works!
Another idea! All-Microsoft-Mondays. Every word on every site points to Microsoft.Com. Give our readers a preview of what the Web will be like in a couple of years.
Stapler 1.1.2. "A feed is published if its file is missing, even if there are no new items; regex scraper now works."
A new Perl implementation of XML-RPC from Randy Ray.
Wired: "Microsoft has slowly convinced content holders that its digital rights management technology solutions would protect their content, and the promise of this is bringing music labels and movie studios into the fold."
suites.staticRenderDiscuss: "This simple suite converts a Manila discussion group into a folder of static HTML files."
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