Monthly Archives: January 2002
I noticed that the Trillian IM client stopped connecting to AOL the other day. So, I went to Google to see if I could find a posting on Usenet via Google Groups about the blockage (because Usenet is were I always look … Continue reading
Rafe Colburn reminisces about Network Solutions "… until I remembered that they are evil, influence purchasing, customer hating, monopolistic scumbags who deserve to be run out of business as rapidly as possible." Amen Brother!
found a link to this on ScriptingNews: "Many, if not all companies have knowledge workers. Some, are composed entirely of knowledge workers. These people are domain experts. They keep up to-date (or should) with the evolution of knowledge within their … Continue reading
"Blogger Pro is for users who are willing to pay for increased reliability, higher performance, new tools, and advanced features and flexibility." … interesting, check out some of the features …
from the book review on Linux Journal of "Building Wireless Community Networks" "WiFi is great for setting up a simple office network (see the February 2002 Linux Journal), and much of the information in this book is applicable to such … Continue reading
i always wished there was a search engine-like system to help me find my keys. now it seems like Woz's new company might be able to pull it off using inexpensive GPS … Satellite Start-Up for Apple Co-Founder
match the beer bottles with the correct label?
from a Business 2.0 article on KM: "Companies waste billions on knowledge management because they fail to figure out what knowledge they need, or how to manage it. In his latest book, Thomas A. Stewart explains how to answer both … Continue reading
interesting, this sounds a lot like my buddy John's old company ConsentCache: "Ping Identity (PingID) is an open, principles based digital identity project focused on ensuring that the rights and privileges we enjoy with our real world identities are not … Continue reading
Looks like we're having a bad weather day on the net …
nice … my buddy John Federico, president and founder of the Free Agent Forum, a firm that supports the free agent community, gets quoted in NY Newsday.
From an article in InfoWorld: "The emergence of web services looks to be a life preserver for the ASP business model"
sweet! "Scientists have finally found a worthwhile use for technology and placed a pub-detecting global positioning system inside a wristwatch."
we knew this was coming, but it's still interesting … "Microsoft next week will deliver its Office XP Web Services Toolkit in hopes of turning the desktop into a more strategically important Web services platform." more quotes: "Users can then … Continue reading
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — "An F-16 with the New Jersey Air National Guard crashed Thursday morning near the Garden State Parkway during a training mission, officials said." From: NJ.com – NewsFlash