they're discussed in this article, which is worth a read …
"Forget what you know about Web services. Forget what you know about application service providers. Microsoft and Oracle are quietly building a new software delivery and management model that could dramatically change the way corporations acquire, distribute and use software."
from: ZDNet Interactive Week
"Maybe the most exciting advance in CMS over the last two years has been the development of Web log, or blog, technology. While not originally intended as CMS, that's just where the programs are headed."
“As a browser company, Netscape laid the groundwork for the portal businesses it now finds itself struggling to compete against. Portals don’t spark the same fire they did just a short while ago. Excite.com, Yahoo, AltaVista and others have all lost their luster in recent months as they have found revenue much more difficult to attract than readers.” … However, $5B from AOL a few years ago isn’t something i’d cry about …
i must be missing something because this article talks about Juice and KnowNow as if they are doing something special by using "messaging technology" to facilitate enterprise application integration … to me it sounds a lot like a framework for web services. am i wrong?
ya know you want one of these … too bad you can't use it during a concert encore ;-)
try this one while driving … "British mobile phone developer iFone is planning to put versions of classic Atari computer games on future mobile phones."
From: BBC News | SCI/TECH | Back to the future for Atari games
Kevin Werbach mentions us in the latest issue of Release 1.0 (thanks kev!)
Dan Bricklin has started a good primer on P2P vocabulary and how it fits into the computing world.
"Vivisimo's clustering technology is based on a specially developed algorithm to group or “cluster'' textual documents … The output is a clear and hierarchical folder structure, allowing users to avoid “link overload'' and to click only on the specific category of information that they need."
From: Vivisimo Search Engine Developed at Carnegie Mellon
Doh! this is no joke, the following is quoted from the Oxford English Dictionary
doh, int. colloq. — "Expressing frustration at the realization that things have turned out badly or not as planned, or that one has just said or done something foolish. Also (usu. mildly derog.): implying that another person has said or done something foolish (cf. DUH int.)."
"1952 A. BUCKERIDGE Jennings & Darbishire ixii. 183 Doh! An anguished gasp of exasperation rang out loud and clear as Mr Wilkins found his voice again. 1989 Beano 11 Feb. 23 (caption) [Speaker is a man who is knocked against a bus stop.] Doh! 1991 Chicago Tribune (Nexis) 15 Nov. (Friday) H, The movie had one good point: It wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen. It was the worst movie I've ever seen. Doh! 1993 HP Professional (Nexis) July 28 Along their long path ISO sort of missed local area networks and network management, which gave the market over to TCP/IP and related technologies. As Homer Simpson would say: Doh! 1996 A. FEIN et al. Simpsons Comics strike Back! 14/2 Look out, you dern fool! You're gonna cut off your… D'oh!!! 1998 N. JONES Hollyoaks (Mersey TV transmission script) Episode 256 44 Cindy: What are we doing here, anyway? Paul: Doh! Use your head, eh?"
reference: Oxford English Dictionary
ha! as if we didn't know … so, who's up for a ride?
from Men's Health: "Mountain biking uses tons of energy and tons of muscles and takes a ton of balls, and you aren't even aware of what it's doing for your body. A 180-pound guy mountain-biking for an hour will burn almost 700 calories. Bring the mountain to you: Mountain biking has a fitness payoff even when you have no mountain handy. Hit the flat road. Riding a mountain bike takes about a third more effort than riding a road bike, largely because of the increased rolling resistance from the fatter tires and the increased weight of the bike. So if your time is limited and you have a choice of bikes, it's always better to choose the mountain bike, even if you'll be riding it on the road. Riding 12 miles on fat tires is the equivalent of doing 15 on skinny."
NSA released their Windows 2000 Security Recommendation Guidese. the site includes INF security configuration templates for the security configuration editor and PDF white papers on windows security.
finally, a realistic commentary about microsoft's new proposed SmartTags feature
ahh … my favorite bike shop is now online millburnbikeshop.com … nice site pat!
"Two of the Web's longest-lived magazines, Feed and Suck, said on Friday that they had suspended publication and laid off their skeleton staffs because they were unable to raise the money needed to continue."
From: 2 Long-Running Internet Magazines Shut Down