Dan Gillmor: A revolutionary pursuit: freedom from Microsoft
Network Solutions is blocking domain registration tranfers.
The best part of the movie is Teddy the Supertoy. Overall, I found A.I. Artificial Intelligence too disjointed to really like it a lot. It was pretty well-made, but I felt that the ending was a bit forced and contrived. It could have been a much better movie. Haley Joel Osment deserves an Oscar, though.
Salon: One Big Happy Channel? Excellent article on the deregulation of the Telecommunications industry.
WebTechniques: Transcending Client/Server
MozillaZine: Towards Mozilla 1.0
Merging Technologies. Some reflections on the AOL-Time Warner merger. Microsoft-Philip Morris? Yahoo-Nabisco?
Splinder: Some thoughts about Flurry. I really wih Guha would put his Flurry paper back up online…
Keller Schroeder & Associates: The Standards Shuffle
Tom Christiansen: Diversity Compliance in Web Design
From 1997: XML, Java, and the future of the Web
Tim O’Reilly in Salon in 1999: “Just how close did we come to a Net ruled by Microsoft? The “server wars” show a grim counterpart to the browser wars.“
SecurityPortal: Protecting Information From Exposure (Part I)
Posted by Cameron Barrett at July 1, 2001 06:11 PM