Monthly Archives: June 2002
What an awesome service: VerisignOff ! — "Network Solutions is a company owned by Verisign that registers and administers top-level domain names for customers throughout the world. These companies engage in a variety of business practices that are, in our … Continue reading
For the past few hours I've been using Cloudmark's new P2P based spam filter plug-in for Outlook and so far so good. In addition to my own simple home grown server-based phrase matching spam filter, I've only had one bogus message … Continue reading
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Wow! "The Americans continued their improbable run on the sport's greatest stage with a 2-0 victory over Mexico on Monday."
Interesting and funny … http://intuitor.com/moviephysics/index.html
Ok, maybe you've seen this one already, but it's still "Priceles"
What it's like to have a redneck neighbor ? (Thanks Bri)
Probably old news, but still funny: "Spamradio: Using a complex arrangement of pipes and funnels we turn the junk mail that we receive into a streaming audio broadcast that can be enjoyed from anywhere on the Internet."
Doh! From BusinesWeek: "New pricing plans for broadband use could make downloading pirated music and movies a prohibitively costly habit"
Short, but interesting interview with eRoom CEO Jeffrey Beir … Some quotes: "Beir: A proprietary, fat-client, peer-to-peer, replicated, $49-a-client strategy is not a modern strategy. It's a very '90s strategy. Let's step back to the business problem. A team of … Continue reading
Wow … IBM's 'Millipede' Project: "Store the equivalent of 25 DVDs on a surface the size of a postage stamp"
An interesting Weblog feature comparison Table
This is a good read … "Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a technology with a lot of promise, but their often-hyped potential leaves some designers feeling blindsided by the 2×4 known as reality. This article sorts out the differences, and … Continue reading
Something for when the trails are too wet to ride … "Building a Home Theater PC"