DaveNet: New York Times, UserLand and Weblogs.
Press release: "We are pleased to offer Weblog creators the ability to post headlines from NYTimes.com with UserLand's software," said Martin Nisenholtz, CEO of New York Times Digital. "Weblogs are an increasingly popular form of self-publishing within a highly influential community, and are therefore an important distribution channel for our high-quality content."
Miguel de Icaza: "I have been trying to understand what has happened in Palestine which started the current events."
The Stencil Group's white paper on Web Services for corporate strategists.
An InfoWorld report about Microsoft's Mark Lucovsky.
Eric Rudder: "We bet the company on .Net, but we can't do it alone. We need your support."
Amy Wohl: "I published my newsletter on Monday morning, with a story of IBM's stock price reversals. Tuesday when I read my New York Times I realized that I, a tiny part of the giant Internet electronic printing press, had beat the printed version of the New York Times."
Internet.Com: "Although blogs have been around for years, the recent blistering pace of their adoption has captured the imagination of Web hobbyists and online news executives alike."
Louise Kehoe: "When I first came across weblogs a year ago I was derisive in this column. I saw them as derivative, mostly comprising links to articles written by other people with brief comments. I thought of them as the digital equivalent of scrapbooks containing pictures and articles cut out of magazines and newspapers. My new-found enthusiasm is based in part on finding a few high-quality examples with original thoughts. I am also drawn in by the format and interactive nature of the weblog."
Eric Olsen: "You donít have to know HTML from Esperanto to blog, which is why thousands of people who would be otherwise intimidated by the technical aspects of computing are blogging like MoFoís."
Marc Barrot has info on the Perl/SOAP security issue. Paul Kulchenko, the author of SOAP::Lite, explains how to close the hole.
Russ Lipton: How to Create Shortcuts.
Emmanuel Décarie: DocServer2man.
On April 4, I was looking for the announcement of XML-RPC on 4/4/98. Today I thought to look on archive.org, and it was there.
Happy Birthday! to Wes Felter.
Paolo: "Stapler and RssDistiller are both fine tools, each with its own unique features and unique bugs." Heh. Coool. My spin. What a priviledge to have two excellent products to choose from, from developers who really care about quality and empowering users.
Sean Gallagher has an excellent rant today.
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