Monthly Archives: July 2001
this is old news to those in the P2P space, but MusicCity's Morpheus has already eclipsed Napster on the number of simultaneous users … From: OpenP2P.com: Morpheus Out of the Underworld [Jul. 02, 2001]
Congratulations to Lance Armstrong for his 3rd Tour de France win!
this is hilarious (found on slashdot) … turbo cooled beer! http://www.asciimation.co.nz/beer/
From Doc Searls BuzzPhraser ™
currently you can buy a Webvan stock certificate for $510 on eBay! more here: "Webvan, Drkoop stocks winners–on eBay"
found this post about Microsoft's Farsite on Geeknews, but it sounds a lot like Ian Clarke's "distributed decentralized information storage and retrieval system" (i.e. Freenet)
hey … i think i know this guy … found on Slashdot: jfruhlinger writes: "The San Francisco Chronicle ran this story about the very first laptop, and the fact that it's still in use by non-hobbyists. It's biggest selling point … Continue reading
"Director Stuart Baird ("U.S. Marshals," "Executive Decision") has signed on to shoot the 10th installment of the "Star Trek" feature franchise." From: Tenth "Trek" beams up director
And it's not a Soprano … New Jersey "technology company Hawk Holdings has launched an internet search engine called Teoma which is set to rival favourite Google."
found on Geeknews: "Stephen Chou …a Princeton University electrical engineer has created CDs that can concentrate data 800 times more efficiently than current discs." [more here]
after spending a few hours at the DMV yesterday i'm certainly not surprised by this
from CNN "Memory prices drop by 85 percent"
tips on dealing with those tough climbs on your mountain bike … Scissoring "…works because of the bodys far greater mass (five or six times that of the bike) and the momentum gained by standing up to lurch the bike … Continue reading
looks like the W3C is taking Third Voice's web site "annotation" idea, opening the development and splashing it with Metadata to make way for the Semantic Web …interesting: "Annotea is part of the W3C's Semantic Web project, which aims to overhaul the … Continue reading
I think this has to be the best picture from the Tour yet … From: BBC Sport