Outage update 2PM. The outage is cleared. Murphy-willing, this will be the last update. Notes taken in real-time.
As a way of saying thanks for all the good will coming our way in the last week, we doubled the storage allocation for Radio users from 20 to 40 megabytes. Thanks!
NY Times: "A crucial question is where Mr. McNealy will find a strategy for growth in an increasingly competitive corporate computing market. Microsoft's .Net software strategy is aimed at the heart of the Sun customer base, while the I.B.M. Web services software and revitalized server business is a growing threat at the high end of Sun's business. The commodity Linux server threat is eroding the company's margins."
Outage update 8AM. As Maude used to say "God is going to get you for that Walter." With that in mind, we expect to be able to restore full service today. Details.
Justin Rudd on Spiderman: "2 thumbs up."
Glenn Fleishman: "It's actually good."
Jim Roepcke: "It was worth waiting 10 years for."
Flangy: "Spider-man was good."
Scoble: "It isn't Star Wars."
Sam Gentile: "Spiderman rocks!"
I had the same idea once, it doesn't work.
Bruce Loebrich is rendering Google's news channels in RSS.
A very good parody of a very bad one.
Paolo: Editing a Radio template with DreamWeaver.
Doc Searls: "Most of the Internet radio stations worth saving run MP3 streams."
Ben Sullivan: "Internal documents show that Microsoft in the late 1990s planned to attack rival RealNetworks much the way it targeted the Netscape Navigator Web browser."
Yale Law School: Top Ten New Copyright Crimes.
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