CamWorld Essay: Online Community Technologies and Concepts. If you read all the way to the end, you might agree with a very interesting idea I came up with that may make Google even better than it is today.
Mail: December 19, 2001
On the Apple-HI-Developers mailing list, someone writes:
I want a little wireless thingy I can carry on my keychain or something that knows all my preferences. I want my preferences to go with me, not with a file in some specific computer somewhere.
This is the direction everything is going. Microsoft wants to own this market with their Passport technology, which they hope will eventually make it into devices like AT&T Labs Bat Ultrasonic Location System. I remember someone at Netscape telling me that they had tied their employee access security card system to an LDAP-enabled database. So that whever someone quit or was fired, all they had to do was change the access flag in the employee database and that employee’s security card would instantly no longer work at any building on the campus. Ingenius.
O’reillyNet: A Primer for Accessible Web Pages
Then Open Source Content Management System Conference, March 21-22, 2002 in Zurich, Switzerland.
Everyone has been saying that Time’s Person of the Year will be President George W. Bush and/or Osama bin Laden. I disagree. I think it will be New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
The Microsoft Toaster. An analogy of modern day software programming.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at December 19, 2001 01:01 PM