Funny! "Here's how WaterNet works — We've developed a unique client-side nozzle (CSN), which functions just like a conventional modem. It connects an ordinary PC to a regular household water faucet, providing an always-on Internet connection."
"what woman couldn't resist a nice terminal server built into a toaster oven?" [more here]
So cool it gives me heartburn …"If you can eat a big can of stew, you can make a high performance antenna" [more here]
Awesome! I can't wait to see this tour! Kids In Hall book long reunion tour.
A Texas jury on Wednesday found Thomas Mitchell guilty of aggravated assault for shooting his girlfriend because he thought she was about to say the words New Jersey."
From: frontline: inside the terror network "Did the hijackers make any mistakes that should have tipped us off? Were there moments when our side could have and should have spotted these hijackers before they struck? The answer is yes."
an analysis of the enterprise enabled version of salesforce.com with some interesting quotes: "Sooner or later, the Windows file system will likely morph into a database — one that furthers the SQL/XML hybridization we see in SQL Server already. An application that uses file-oriented XML data now will be well-positioned to exploit a local database engine, if and when such a thing becomes a standard part of the installed base."
the rise and fall of ArsDigita and lessons from the world of venture capital
i got some hamburgers w/bacon after i hit a patch of baby heads because i had a foot fault that made me honk. Huh? What'd he say?
from Inc.com an interview with Clayton Christensen On How To Compete With The Best
Looks like Download.com is making people register to download … (no more free lunch)
"As a frequent user of Download.com, we recognize that you value the quality and service our site has to offer. In order to continue downloading software for free, we ask that you provide us with some additional information about yourself."
Werner Vogels from Cornell has an interesting presentation on P2P content syndication
"Analysts note that with Internet Explorer's nearly 90 percent penetration, consumer behavior is not expected to change — especially if users would be required open their pocketbooks in order to make a switch."