Linus Torvalds: “Let’s …

Linus Torvalds: “Let’s assume Microsoft could tax everything on the Internet. You think the U.S. government would give up monopoly status as taxation man? The government would step in and say, ‘No, no, that’s what we do.’“. The solution is for Microsoft to buy the government. Oh wait, maybe they already have…

Someone recently told me that reading CamWorld was like drinking from a firehose. What a nice compliment! It’s nothing compared to Garret over at dangerousmeta, though.

Advogato: Why use Linux?

O’ReillyNet: P2P Goes to War. Military applications of P2P technology. Also read “Technological Change and the Future of Warfare: Understanding the Revolution In Military Affairs.

How Technology Has Influenced Worldwide Obesity

Technological Advance and Economic Growth: Harnessing Science and Technology for America’s Economic Future

Digital preservation: a time bomb for Digital Libraries

Leadership in a Time of Change and Opportunity

O’ReillyNet: DOCTYPE Explained

Taxonomies and Topic Maps: Categorization Steps Forward. Unfortunately this article doesn’t display in Netscape 4.x because someone forgot to close a TABLE tag. [via Snowdeal]

Fury: DotCom Storytime

IBM DeveloperWorks: Enabling XML documents for globalization

Cory Doctorow: Metadata as a failed science [via Webdesign-L]

Posted by Cameron Barrett at August 30, 2001 05:49 PM

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