Jim Roepke really likes WebObjects. I think it’s a pretty impressive system, too. This will likely mean future compatibility with stuff like Apache’s Java Project, JServ, Jakarta, Turbine, and numerous other open source projects that are being developed using server side Java. This is good.
Stammtisch is the diary of Josh and Michael. Great stuff. Great writing.
I must start reading Slashdot regularly again. This is the first I’ve heard of openCola.
All of these links have something in common:
- The Online MP3 Book
- Steven Champeon’s DHTML GUIs
- IDG’s Essential Open Book Project
- Eric Raymond’s The Art of Unix Programming
- Bruce Eckel’s Thinking in C++
- Philip Greenspun’s Building An Online Community
- Andrew Leonard’s Free Software Project
- Linux Documentation Project
- GTK+/Gnome Application Development
- O’Reilly’s Learning Debain GNU/Linux
- Version Management with CVS
All of these PDF documents are on my desktop, meaning that I’ve downloaded and read/printed them recently:
- Using HTML to Create Early Prototypes
- The Economics of Open Source and Free Software
- Mac OS 8 Human Interface Guidelines
- Macintosh Human Interface Guidelines
- The Elements of User Experience
- RCA DS4280RE User’s Guide
- Structure and Style in Use Cases for User Interface Design
A List Apart: Bridging the Gap [between desigenrs and sysadmins]
Linux Journal: The Long View on Linux, Part 2
I like meat. I’m not a vegetarian. What are our teeth for, if not for chewing up meat and tough foodstuffs? Sure, the levels of animal treatment are not as good as some of you would like, but livestock raised for consumption is an important part of our culture. See the cow. Pet the cow. Kill the cow. Eat the cow.
Hey, vegetarianism is cool. I respect people who have decided to go that route. It’s just not for me. I had a roast beef sandwich with bacon from Subway for lunch. It was good.
Le Monde Diplomatique: Free software for all
Tomorrow, I plan on attending the all-day free conference called Excavating the Archive at Parsons Scool of Design in New York City. I hope to see you there. [via Peterme]
This is such a cool idea. I work with some really smart people!
One last time: The opinions on CamWorld are mine, and mine alone. I do not speak for anyone but myself, nor should anything I say or write be viewed as the opinion of my current employer, my former employers, or anyone else. If you are confused about something I’ve said, or are angry about one of my comments, you are more than welcome to contact me about it. Thanks.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at June 2, 2000 03:49 PM