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Tuesday, January 28, 2003

Testing with a link to Desco from email to blog.
2:35:03 AM    

Sunday, September 29, 2002

I found an iCal weblog with tips, hints, info and answers. [Adam Curry: Adam Curry's Weblog]
7:29:17 PM    

Sunday, March 31, 2002

Doctor, Programmer ...Basically, we are a group of enthusiastic doctors who wrote a medical textbook for junior doctors / medical students , and have made it freely available for all handheld platforms. Our model is the open source movement...Via Lori Bell at [The Handheld Librarian]
8:14:44 AM    

Wednesday, March 27, 2002

Two Ways to Implement Session Tracking. Writing stateful applications in a stateless environment can be a challenge; but as guest author Kiran Pai explains, basic session tracking methods do exist that can be implemented with multiple CGI backends. 0327 [WebReference News]
8:35:10 PM    

Navy to IT vendors: embrace, don't replace [IDG InfoWorld]
8:33:29 PM    

Tuesday, March 26, 2002

McNealy: Don't let Microsoft steal the Net. Programmers are on the front lines in the battle to keep Microsoft from taking over the standards that underlie the Internet, Sun Chief Executive Scott McNealy tells the loyalists at JavaOne. [CNET]
8:31:52 PM    

Web developers wary of AOL switch. If the service replaces its browser technology, it could send tremors through the ranks of Web site developers who mostly write their sites to work with one browser: Internet Explorer. [CNET]
8:31:17 PM    

Webmonkey >. MySQL and transactions... via PHP Everywhere [techno weenie]
8:29:44 PM    

Sunday, March 24, 2002

A picture named mitch84.gifI went looking for a picture of Mitch Kapor and dug up this famous picture of Bill Gates, Mitch and Fred Gibbons taken for the 1984 rollout of Apple's Macintosh. This poster was distributed to every developer, our names were on the poster too, so that guaranteed that we'd put it up in our front office. We were proud to be Mac developers. In those days Bill was talent. Fred was a total suit, but an imaginative one who understood users. Mitch was the perfect eclectic and brilliant software designer.   [Scripting News]
1:56:45 PM    

ACM Programming Contest Results [Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters]
10:06:05 AM    

Friday, March 22, 2002

Anti-Copy Bill Slams Coders. Sen. Fritz Hollings' new bill embeds copy-protection tech in digital hardware devices. But the proposal would have an even bigger impact on the software industry. Programmers, look out. Declan McCullagh reports from Washington. [Wired News]
9:08:11 PM    

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