Monthly Archives: May 2003
This sounds like a barebones version of Groove: “WASTE is a software product and protocol that enables secure distributed communication for small (on the order of 10-50 nodes) trusted groups of users.” However, it looks like perhaps AOL made Nullsoft … Continue reading
Congratulations to Matthew and Mike on the release of WordPress, which is the official fork in the b2/cafÃ©log blog tool. On a test server I converted the data from my current b2-based blog to WordPress with very little trouble. Especially … Continue reading
Just in case you have too much free-time while driving, it might be nice to get in a quick game and a movie or two, with this.
<wink>I stopped answering these after the first page because I overloaded the check-box buffer of my browser.</wink> (link via Doc)
“PSX will offer a DVD recorder, a 120GB hard drive, a TV tuner, an Ethernet port, a USB 2.0 port and a Memory Stick slot.” (via CNet) Add in a TiVi-like service and I’m sold!
I can’t say that I agree with Mr. Conway of PeopleSoft in regard to his comment about .Net last week… “PeopleSoft president and CEO Craig Conway has described Microsoft’s .Net initiative as the information technology equivalent of asbestos.” “Conway then … Continue reading
I was looking forward to an epic Memorial Day ride today, but the current downpour seems to have put a damper on the plans. Perhaps I need one of these for the trails. (Thanks for the link Ed!)
Expressions seems to be filling an up-and-coming blogging niche and at $2.50 per month, it’s certainly reasonably priced. More here… “Expressions! is a hosted media blogging system that makes it easy for anyone to create and maintain their very own … Continue reading
Ok, I suppose my post is a reaction or vote to Microdoc News Dynamics of a Blogosphere Story study, which not surprisingly is tracking on Blogdex. Whatever the case, and the label for what I’m doing here, I do find … Continue reading
I’ve been intrigued by the promise of RDF and followed the history from Guha’s MCF HotSauce application, through Tim Berners-Lee’s Semantic Web Although, like Tim Bray, I too have been looking for the RDF killer App. At one time I … Continue reading
For some reason I missed this post from last week by Jon Udell about Indexing and searching Outlook email, but I thought his concluding paragraphs had a much broader impact on Enterprise Search in general. … The Web has trained … Continue reading
Some good quotes from Kevin Werbach article on CNet titled, “Anticipating a post-Web, post-PC world” “If you want to know where you are, you don’t study a map to determine where you’re going. You trace back the steps from where … Continue reading
I needed to do some quick testing in Linux today, but I didn’t have immediate root access to a Linux distro. That’s when I popped the Knoppix Bootable Linux CD into my drive, restarted and POOF!! … my laptop is … Continue reading
If this works, I’ll be posting this via NewsGator 1.2’s new Outlook posting interface! Congratulations Greg! Update: Well, the post arrived, but it had no title and the HTML was a bit mangled. I think in part because of Outlook … Continue reading
A new paper by a Stanford group claims substantial increase in calculating Page Rank performance (used by Google), which could make room for personalized topical searches. “Computer science researchers at Stanford University have developed several new techniques that together may … Continue reading