Monthly Archives: May 2001
Doc Searls, says: "Weblogs will inform old media. They will increasingly be a source of information that traditional media will rely on." From: OJR J.D.'s Web Watch: Weblogs: A New Source of News
"The use of corporate portals continues to pick up steam among large companies. The key seems to be the desire for organized information and a place to direct internal marketing." From: Corporate Portals Ready For The Big Time – Report
bizarre … "A US company has produced a gadget that reacts to audio signals embedded in TV programmes and tells your PC to surf over to webpages related to that show." From: BBC News | SCI/TECH | From goggle box … Continue reading
"The entertainment industry is learning new tricks from the Web that could dramatically reduce costs and recast a widely used Net animation technology as a significant offline production tool." i'll be on the lookout for "The Martoon Channel" on my … Continue reading
"The onslaught OF dispersed work forces along with increased competition and shorter product cycles means collaboration between employees and business partners is at a critical juncture. Collaboration tools are an important means for turning the travel time and expense of … Continue reading
"Web collaboration ASPs provide a useful, rapid approach to implementing a collaboration strategy that reduces costs while increasing knowledge exchange and accessibility." "… estimated spending on Web collaboration ASPs is expected to climb with a growth curve that reflects the … Continue reading
tangential advice … when getting your car fixed, order your own parts and ship them to your mechanic. i was going to be charged $500 for a new distributor. i went online and found a refurbished distributor for $115 (including … Continue reading
Then help fight "The Big Casino" with Your Mom!
well, this year i finally rigged my camera bag so that i could easily get to the cam while i was riding, because everyone who has ever ridden with me knows how much i like to stop :-) however, … Continue reading
Well, this year I finally rigged my camera bag so that I could easily get to the cam while I was riding, because everyone who has ever ridden with me knows how much I like to stop :-) However, … Continue reading
an interesting article at Infoworld about how P2P will be used in the enterprise. there is also a sidebar, "Client or server? Peers at last" by Ray Ozzie of GrooveNetworks "Putting p-to-p to use in enterprises means blending it with client/server … Continue reading
cool! time to dust-off my old sax … "For frustrated musicians, the convergence of the Internet and cutting-edge technology is offering another dimension of convenience. The Web is home to hundreds of music courses, ranging from play-by-numbers piano lessons to … Continue reading
anyone running IIS 5.0 should install this patch: Microsoft Security Bulletin MS01-023: Unchecked Buffer in ISAPI Extension Could Enable Compromise of IIS 5.0 Server"
Bike New York is this Sunday (May 6th 2001)! (note: you still can register at the event) However, based on our past experience I put together the following list of things to remember. before the ride: tune your bike at … Continue reading