Knowledge Indignation: Road …

Knowledge Indignation: Road Rage on the Information Superhighway

Wizards of OS 2; Open Cultures & Free Knowledge, International Conference at the House of World Cultures Berlin, October 11 – 13, 2001

Breathing life into the cellular Internet. Excellent article talking about some of the next-generation Web services that will be available for Internet-enabled cell phones and other devices.

Open source IM – it’s not an oxymoron

Open-source IM provider Jabber goes mobile. However, a more up-to-date page at has information on a different partnership.

InternetWeek: Mobile Instant “Mess”aging

XMLmag: Jabber: Smooth Talking for Short Messages

AOL: AIM for Mobile Phones

The Cover Pages: Jabber XML Protocol

If you’re like me you notice all kinds of incorrect technological facts in the movies coming out of Hollywood. Like in ‘The Net’ when Sandra Bullock uses a PowerBook Duo to type UNIX commands in all capital letters. Or in ‘American Pie’ which takes place in a suburban town in Michigan, there is a scene during the LaCrosse game where the edge of the playing field is lined with palm trees. For the obsessive movie watchers, compiles these and thousands of other movie goofs, inaccuracies, and continuity problems.

Email: Computers in Hollywood

WebReference: Dynamic Web Sites with XML, XSLT and JSP

ArsTechnica: The Pentium 4 and the G4e: an Architectural Comparison

Bluetooth vs. 802.11b: “We’re getting a lot of interest now from customers looking to put 802.11b radios in cell phones to access WLANs. That sure sounds like a good idea to me.

CNet has a great collection of reviews for handheld devices.

ComputerWorld: Cell carriers eye wireless LANs

Posted by Cameron Barrett at August 20, 2001 11:31 PM