Hee! Apparently, the folks …

Hee! Apparently, the folks at BarnesandNoble.com haven’t read the “Harnessing the Power of Databases” chapter Jeffrey Veen’s new book The Art and Science of Web Design. Check out the cover image. [Screenshot]

David Walker: Content management systems: short-lived satisfaction

Advogato: Are Unix GUIs All Wrong?

Very cool! Google has bought the DejaNews UseNet archives. A beta search is available.

The geniuses over at Lycos just sent out a mass email with a subject line but no body. Doh!

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 13:15:00 -0700
From: Lycos Network Users [wiredmail-info@lists.wired.com] Reply-To: wm-unsub-lycos_network-xxx=camworld.org@lists.wired.com
To: Lycos Network Users [wiredmail-announce@lists.wired.com] Subject: Get Custom Wired News Alerts Delivered to Your In-Box

Wilfredo Sanchez, one of the people responsible for making Apple’s Darwin an open source project, has left Apple to work at KnowNow. Interesting…

Windows XP also will sport a new look that inevitably will draw comparisons to the user interface found in Apple Computer Inc.’s new Mac OS X operating system, according to those who have seen the new software.” But, of course.

Posted by Cameron Barrett at February 12, 2001 10:34 PM