Probably fewer updates this week. I’m terribly busy…
Nothing gets me going more than the thought of seeing Koyaanisqatsi performed live. [Except the show is sold out. Bummer.]
This is truly amazing. It will be very cool when we can see massive data storage in small devices like your watch or your, ahem, MP3 player. Even better, a watch that can play MP3s.
After reading this Salon article about the fattening of dot-com magazines, I came to the startling realization that I’m not reading mine anymore. I still get them in the mail, but they just sit on the coffee table. Trying to lug them around with me to read is not acceptable, either. Hmmm, I wonder if these publishers realize they’re losing readership because their magazines are too thick or simply have too much content. What it ultimately boils down to is that we are increasingly finding ourselves short on time, and one of the first things to go is the reading of the thick monthy periodicals.
PlanetIT: You’ve Got XML.
I can’t help but get excited about the possibilities of Mozilla as a web application development tool. At Alphanumerica, we’re working on a cross-platform script editor (yet to be named) that loads remotely across the Internet. This is true web application deployment. (If you’re using Mozilla, you can check out how this works). The coolest thing about web application deployment like this is that it’s a simple click to launch and run an entire application. And it’s completely cross-platform. How cool is that?
A small startup called Civilution is working on some tools that allow a weblog owner to easily add online discussion forms to their sites.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at March 21, 2000 08:56 PM