… a question asked and answered in detail by senior editor A. Russell Jones in article on DevX:
"The bottom line is: DHTML is dead for serious application development; browsers, as application delivery platforms, are past their peak; and the future of distributed, interactive applicationsat least on Windowsbelongs to .NET. If you're developing these types of applications and you're not learning .NET, you may want to rethink your career plans."
interesting … there's a fairly new mailing list called k-log that's "dedicated to the discussion of Weblogs for Knowledge Management and collaborative groupware within corporations and non-profit organizations."
funny … "In a controversial interrogation tactic that one prominent human-rights organization says "borders on torture," CIA operatives in Afghanistan have been showing Al Qaeda prisoners the Mariah Carey film Glitter."
Corporate spending on technology is expected to inch ahead 3 percent in 2002, Merrill Lynch said, as companies refocus their priorities amid ever-tightening budgets and a heightened emphasis on security.
From: Merrill sees 3 percent IT spending spur – Tech News – CNET.com
MusicCity is close to releasing version 2.0 of Morpheus with support for searching Gnutella
really sad story about our friend Bob McIlvaine who died in the WTC attack.