Today is wireless technology research day on CamWorld:
- InfoWorld: WAP vs. J2ME. Easy-to-read article about what wireless/mobile technology is best. Note that they stress that WAP and J2ME are complementary technologies, not competitive technologies.
- Gartner: Java will displace WAP
- Wired: WAP or I-Mode: Which Is Better?
- Software Careers: WAP, I-Mode, or ?: Where to Focus for Wireless Development?
- WAP vs. i-Mode: The big fight
- Wireless Developer Network: Short Message Service: What, How, and Where?
- Think Mobile: WAP: It Isn’t The Only Wireless Standard in Town (Part I)
- Creating and deploying MIDlets on small wireless devices
- Paper: Analysis of Existing Wireless Communication Protocols
SatireWire: Bushblog, George W. Bush’s weblog
Looks like Borland might be working on the interoperability issues between Sun’s Java and Microsoft’s .NET. By the way, if you haven’t read Breaking Windows: How Bill Gates Fumbled the Future of Microsoft, I highly recommend it as a way of understanding Microsoft’s business decisions of the past five years. [via rc3.org]
OSopinion: Open Source for Good Health
Business 2.0: AOL vs. Microsoft: The Cosmic Struggle Over You
Intranet Journal: Why an Intranet Must Constantly be Updated – And Steps to Take to Make Sure It Is [via LucDesk]
More compiled info on free/cheap DNS services.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at August 10, 2001 11:34 PM