LinuxWorld: The Promise of an Internet-Based Office Suite. Think web applications, folks. This is going to be a huge market.
DaveNet: What is a Web Application?
A good story/rant about Amazon’s ever-fluctuating author data. My experience at Borders.com indicates that most of the data integrity problems are directly related to bad data inherited from any one of the databases sold and distributed to companies like Amazon. The largest and most well-known ones are Bowker’s Books-In-Print and Muze (music). While it’s fun to blame Amazon and other booksellers for bad data, often the problem is out of their control. [via rc3.org]
O’Reilly Network: Mozilla Interview
Posted by Cameron Barrett at March 16, 2000 04:43 PM