DaveNet: Do Muslims really love death?
London Times: "The FBI now says that 13 of the 19 hijackers probably did not know they were on a suicide mission."
Dan Gillmor: "If your mother says she loves you, check it out.'' That's the basic curiousity of journalism. When bin Laden makes an issue of Muslims loving death, it's essential that we dig in and find out if it's true.
Simon Kittle: Outlining with Manila under Linux.
MSNBC: The purposes of pacifism.
Mozilla.Org's comments on the proposed W3C patent policy.
Brian Livingston: There'll be no XP for me. "What all these new XP 'features' have in common is that they make Windows more convenient for Microsoft but less convenient for users."
FBI: Most Wanted Terrorists.
Big news. TidBITs supports RSS. The RSS file is here. They've registered it with My.UserLand. Welcome!
I've proposed a timeline for the transition for Weblogs.Com. If you're part of the community served by Weblogs.Com, please read the RFC, ask questions, and comment.
The Weblogs.Com transition site is now a weblog. Duh. It's also available in RSS. Heh.
In Radio 7.1, users are identified by a usernum, which is simply a non-negative number.
CMS Watch interviews InfoWorld's Chad Dickerson.
Adam Fritzler has documented the AIM protocol. This will be useful.
AOL-Files.com is "dedicated to providing AOL members with information on how the America Online service operates."
The Cross-Industry Working Team is a "a multi-industry coalition defining the architecture and key technical requirements for a powerful, sustainable information infrastructure."
Here's a request for people who are good with Photoshop. I'd like an old-fashioned rendering of Uncle Sam, editing a weblog on a PC or a Mac. He should look determined and powerful. I think it's clear that this war we're at will be fought (like all wars) in people's minds. Our way of life is truly grounded in free speech, there's no better way to illustrate than showing our icon using the might of his mind.
Press release: Microsoft invests $51 million in Groove.
Mark Pilgrim: "Welcome to my weblog. I hope you enjoy it. I just got fired for it."
Rahul Dave: "Free countries have no business mixing state and religion."
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