DaveNet: Miguel de Icaza.
Miguel de Icaza explains why he's interested in .NET.
By the way, I don't usually name my essays after people, but with a name like that, how could I resist? Also I'm holding the piece until later tonight or tomorrow. I want to do some more thinking before releasing it.
The Asher Group: site.wide.dig. "The goal is to create a web service demonstration, and a module for the ACS that would let any site call over to an ACS site and ask that ACS site to 'search itself' for something."
Paul Andrews: "I also have a Real Job, freelancing for U.S. News & World Report."
Computers say the darndest things.
Jason van Zyl proposes that Helma XML-RPC for Java be included with Apache's Jakarta.
Amazon has an order page for Windows XP. $99.
This morning we did a conference call for analysts, venture capitalists and investment bankers with Chris Kwak of Bear Stearns. The subject was SOAP, XML-RPC, Web services, Passport, Hailstorm, Windows, scripting, developers, AOL, application servers, Frontier, Radio, etc. You can hear a replay of the call by dialing 888-888-9540 in the US, International 402-220-9917, PIN: 3336, through July 16.
News.Com: Can Microsoft weather its HailStorm?
Henry Norr: "An appeals court that showed little deference to Jackson during oral arguments ended up accepting (unanimously, at that) his Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law."
In the NY Times, Microsoft spins vindication.
Ximian's Mono project is announced. I gave them a glowing endorsement. I think it's good for everyone. I expect Microsoft to support this. Let's see if I correctly understand their roadmap.
Opera 5.12 is out.
Reuters: WebVan declares bankruptcy, shuts down.
Brent was a WebVan user. "Super-bummer."
The W3C XML Protocols working group published a working draft for "SOAP 1.2".
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