The XDA is a new PDA for the European market that combines a color screen with the PocketPC OS, J2ME, and GPRS (General Packet Radio Service). “GPRS support means that the phone connection is ‘always on’ for web browsing or email applications.”
If you read anything today, read One Runtime to Bind Them All.
I guess it’s a good thing I cancelled my NextCard last year. There were rumors about them acting in bad faith towards their customers. Perhaps those rumors were true.
Arsdigita, the content management systems company founded by Philip Greenspun (who was then ousted in a nasty executive turnover) has closed up shop and sold its assets to Red Hat. Interesting…
Nice. A couple of scientists in Norway have been awarded the Turing Award for inventing the concept of object-oriented programming. If you don’t know what OOP is, you should start looking into it. I am especially fond of Jeff Veen’s description of modern Web design as “object-oriented web publishing.”
Posted by Cameron Barrett at February 8, 2002 07:47 PM