Wow, do I get some weird spam. Buddy, you’ve been drinking too much of that religious Kool-Aid again. Update: I just received this spam a second time with a new subject “My testimony and new email address from greg” and a new email address. Dude, there’s a reason why your first email account was cancelled…
A reader I respect very highly actually sent in a negative vote for using the free DNS services at granitecanyon.com, citing that they’re often down for weeks at a time.
Eric S. Raymond: Open Source — it’s about control, and maybe about healing
Ah yes, now this is a great use of computer simulation technology. At last, my mind is at ease…
Interesting new weblog: Kamat AnthoBLOGy. Keep an eye on this one…
The Japanese love their pet rabbits. The Japanese love to put weird things on their pet rabbits’ heads… [via Fury]
Library of Congress: Digital Formats for Content Reproductions
Separating content from display/structure links:
- Beyond Information Retrieval: Ways to Provide Content in Context
- Creating High Performance Web Applications using Perl, Display Templates, XML, and Database Content
- Web Developer’s Journal: XML Content Syndication
- J. R. Boynton: An Information Choreographer’s Manifesto. Read more from J.R.
- The Warwick Framework: A Container Architecture for Aggregating Sets of Metadata
Microsoft: Authoring HTML for Middle Eastern Content
Congratulations to the Netscape (and Mozilla!) teams for getting Netscape 6.1 out the door. It’s so much better than 6.0, it has a chance of becoming a great alternate browser to the beast that is IE 6.0.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at August 11, 2001 12:34 PM