TCP security flaw

20/04/2004 @ 23:11 UTC

Nelson Minar : TCP security flaw - Still looking for a good analysis

TCP flaw advisory

20/04/2004 @ 23:11 UTC

Nelson Minar : TCP flaw advisory - More on the TCP flaw. Looks like you can guess sequence numbers for long lived connections and forge resets. BGP sessions are particularly vulnerable.

Kayode Okeyode : Vulnerability Issues in TCP

Simon Willison : Vulnerability Issues in TCP - DoS attack against the protocol itself. This is not good.

Vulnerability DB

20/04/2004 @ 23:11 UTC

Nelson Minar : Vulnerability DB - Open Source Vulnerability Database: I guess this is Bugtraq now that Bugtraq is too commercial

Slashdot on TCP flaw

20/04/2004 @ 23:11 UTC

Nelson Minar : Slashdot on TCP flaw - Unusually useful discussion

A Whirlwind Guide to Regular Expressions

20/04/2004 @ 23:10 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : A Whirlwind Guide to Regular Expressions

Adam Gessaman : A Whirlwind Guide to Regular Expressions

Practical Perl for Security Practitioners

20/04/2004 @ 23:05 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Practical Perl for Security Practitioners

Securing a fresh Linux install, part 1

20/04/2004 @ 23:05 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Securing a fresh Linux install, part 1

Excel Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools

20/04/2004 @ 23:05 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Excel Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools

Good Web Page Titles

20/04/2004 @ 23:05 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Good Web Page Titles

Why CSS is good for Google

20/04/2004 @ 23:05 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Why CSS is good for Google

W3C CSS tutorial: starting with HTML + CSS

20/04/2004 @ 23:04 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : W3C CSS tutorial: starting with HTML + CSS

Sites for the disabled flunk access tests

20/04/2004 @ 23:04 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Sites for the disabled flunk access tests

Security Flaw Could Cripple Entire Net

20/04/2004 @ 23:04 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Security Flaw Could Cripple Entire Net

Apple - Discussions - File transfer over SMB extremely slow

20/04/2004 @ 23:04 UTC

deusx : Apple - Discussions - File transfer over SMB extremely slow

RecipeRPC - Easy Recipe-Exchange Protocol for the Web

20/04/2004 @ 23:03 UTC

deusx : RecipeRPC - Easy Recipe-Exchange Protocol for the Web - "RecipeRPC is an XML-RPC protocol for supplying recipes to clients over a network from one or more central servers."

Nintendo e-Reader

20/04/2004 @ 23:03 UTC

deusx : Nintendo e-Reader - "The impossible has been finally made possible! Please find below the first custom created dot code ready to be printed and scanned on the Nintendo e-Reader. Enjoy"

Amherst Magazine Winter 2004: Enigma Machine

20/04/2004 @ 23:03 UTC

deusx : Amherst Magazine Winter 2004: Enigma Machine - Looks like a massively redundant self-trepanning machine to me.

Brilliant forensic work

20/04/2004 @ 23:03 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Brilliant forensic work - "Even if we don't know why, at least knowing how it spread may help keep us safe from the next one."

Warfare Incorporated Multiplayer Beta

20/04/2004 @ 23:03 UTC

Richard MacManus : Warfare Incorporated Multiplayer Beta - A beta multiplayer game played via bluetooth or WiFi phones. How far we've come since Risk.

Ross Mayfield on digitalization

20/04/2004 @ 23:03 UTC

Richard MacManus : Ross Mayfield on digitalization - "Just because everybody has something doesn't mean it doesn't have strategic value."

Adam Greenfield on distinction between style and design

20/04/2004 @ 23:03 UTC

Richard MacManus : Adam Greenfield on distinction between style and design - Classic ALA article. Design is "utility, simplicity, and clarity". (via Dave Shea)

philgyford : A List Apart: Articles: The Bathing Ape Has No Clothes (and other notes on the distinction between style and design) - I'm sure I'll need this again at some point. On why so many "designers" are actually "stylists".

plasticbag : "The Bathing Ape Has No Clothes" - a piece on design and style by Adam Greenfield from 2001 - I read this at the time, but was sent it this morning by a friend and re-read it. I'd be interested to know what he thinks of the current state of the design industries - certainly it's got a bit more function focused, at least on the web...

The Register on weblogging

20/04/2004 @ 23:02 UTC

Richard MacManus : The Register on weblogging - "Postings are always arranged in date order – irrespective of their other dimensions, including importance, substance, popularity."

François Nonnenmacher : The Future of Weblogging

GoogleGuy requests blog stops reposting his comments

20/04/2004 @ 23:02 UTC

Andy Baio : GoogleGuy requests blog stops reposting his comments - pressure from HQ, maybe? [via]

Business Blog Consulting

20/04/2004 @ 23:02 UTC

anildash : Business Blog Consulting - rick's got another great resource online, i'm sure i'll be checking in frequently

sippey cries out for the grid

20/04/2004 @ 23:02 UTC

anildash : sippey cries out for the grid - at 2:14am on August 29th, 1997, Skynet became self aware.

excellent interview about Adobe strategy

20/04/2004 @ 23:02 UTC

anildash : excellent interview about Adobe strategy - A focus on "people who really cared about the quality of the information they communicated."

work in dev evangelism for ebay

20/04/2004 @ 23:01 UTC

anildash : work in dev evangelism for ebay - perfect if you like talking to geeks

Jeremy Zawodny : become a developer evangelist at ebay - become a developer evangelist at ebay: I wish we had developer evangelists. or something to evangelize to them.

Netscape back to life?

20/04/2004 @ 23:01 UTC

doug : Netscape back to life? - Apparently AOL is agressively hiring "to take Netscape in a dramatically different direction."

anildash : the resurrection of Netscape? - that lizard's come back from the dead more times than Godzilla

variety.com wants an editor with blog skills

20/04/2004 @ 23:01 UTC

anildash : variety.com wants an editor with blog skills - TypePad experience is helpful

infoworld says email is broken, too

20/04/2004 @ 23:01 UTC

anildash : infoworld says email is broken, too - the answer, clearly, is usenet

dvorak revels in misanthropy

20/04/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

anildash : dvorak revels in misanthropy - The World's Best Troll uses his hatred of humans to justify demonizing chat

OneNote SP1 brings Hydra-style editing to Office

20/04/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

anildash : OneNote SP1 brings Hydra-style editing to Office - it's like SubEthaEdit integrated with Office and accepting handwritten input. but MS doesn't innovate.

B.D. loses a leg

20/04/2004 @ 22:01 UTC

Adam Gessaman : B.D. loses a leg - You can’t even escape the war in the comics page anymore.

review of various blog posting clients

20/04/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

anildash : review of various blog posting clients - hopefully the AtomAPI means they can focus on features instead of app compatibility

dionidium : Testing Blog Clients - Are any of them better than w.bloggar?

Big upgrade for NetNewsWire coming soon

20/04/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

jkottke : Big upgrade for NetNewsWire coming soon - Big upgrade for NetNewsWire coming soon (All the newsreaders seem to be iterating towards genuine usefulness. Smart lists/feeds/albums/folders for President!)

Mark Pilgrim : what's coming in netnewswire 1.1 - competition heats up

list of fictional books

20/04/2004 @ 21:01 UTC

cobra libre : list of fictional books - i've added my contributions to this article -- please help by adding yours

Miyazaki's "Howl's Moving Castle"

20/04/2004 @ 21:01 UTC

Steve Cook : Miyazaki's "Howl's Moving Castle" - The wonderful children's book by Diana Wynne Jones gets the Studio Ghibli treatment.

Mozilla Thunderbird's new logo

20/04/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Mozilla Thunderbird's new logo - when I switch from Eudora, it'll likely be to Thunderbird

François Hodierne : Mozilla Thunderbird's new logo - the design process

dionidium : Jon Hicks's notes on designing the new Thunderbird logo - He's quite a talented artist.

Kayode Okeyode : Mozilla Thunderbird's New Logo - Mozilla Thunderbird's New Logo

Rod Begbie : hicksdesign :: Thunderbird - The new Thunderbird icon. Almost lovelier than the gorgeous Firefox one!

Dan Cederholm : Jon Hicks strikes again - Another beautiful icon, this time for Mozilla's email client, Thunderbird.

Simon Willison : // hicksdesign :: Thunderbird - New Thunderbird logo to accompany the Firefox one. I like it. (via)

deusx : // hicksdesign :: Thunderbird - "Following on from the branding of Firefox, comes the new logo for Mozilla’s email client, Thunderbird."

Tom Coates : Beautiful new Thunderbird logo (but the app does not appeal to me at all)

Mark Pilgrim : branding thunderbird - more great work from the branding masters

Friendster and Plaxo

20/04/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Nelson Minar : Friendster and Plaxo - Gossip about VCs stepping in and changing the leadership. Sounds ugly.

Ryan Overby: Dalai Lama visits Vancouver: wastes dharma-talk on hockey-crazed, spaced out Canadians

20/04/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Adam Gessaman : Ryan Overby: Dalai Lama visits Vancouver: wastes dharma-talk on hockey-crazed, spaced out Canadians - Totally. Pass the bong, man. I want to have a direct experience.

Mozilla Thunderbird's new logo

20/04/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Mozilla Thunderbird's new logo - when I switch from Eudora, it'll likely be to Thunderbird

Interleaved chronocolouring

20/04/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : Interleaved chronocolouring - Full colour graphics on the Atari 2600

The Curse of the Ziering

20/04/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The Curse of the Ziering - with a handy chart [via]

Look at the Webby Awards getting more and more irrelevant

20/04/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

jkottke : Look at the Webby Awards getting more and more irrelevant

Inappropriate ads

20/04/2004 @ 18:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : Inappropriate ads - This Is Broken shows a mortgage ad superimposed on a photo of a hotel burning in Baghdad. Popover ads are offensive in general, but this takes the cake.

DOS gaming woes

20/04/2004 @ 18:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : DOS gaming woes - It's very difficult to play ten year old games. Try configuring your EMS! (via Slashdot)

Suicide bomb plot at Manchester United Game foiled

20/04/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Adam Gessaman : Suicide bomb plot at Manchester United Game foiled

T-Mobile Carrying the Nokia 6600 (as soon as someone offers this with a rebate, I'm getting one)

20/04/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Erik Benson : T-Mobile Carrying the Nokia 6600 (as soon as someone offers this with a rebate, I'm getting one) - Come on, Amazon, I dare you to offer this phone for free after rebate.

Kempa on Otto Preminger miscellanea

20/04/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Kempa on Otto Preminger miscellanea - Saul Bass, the Zombies, and Nilsson's "Skidoo" opening credits lyrics

Steve Cook : &Laurence Olivier is immense!" - Kempa's been on fire lately -- this covers Otto Preminger, Harry Nilsson, Saul Bass, and the Zombies. Free novelty MP3s inside!

A not-so-helpful phrasebook

20/04/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

jkottke : A not-so-helpful phrasebook - A not-so-helpful phrasebook ("Si vous allez aux Etats-Unis, vous trouverez que dix cents c'est beaucoup de fric.")

veen : The Zompist Phrasebook - "I know I'm naked, could you just tell me how to get back to the hotel? "

Aquarion : The Zompist Phrasebook - "Could I see some merchandise that the rats haven't found?"

Weight Watchers recipe cards, circa 1974

20/04/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

deusx : Weight Watchers recipe cards, circa 1974

IFR: An FIR Alternative

20/04/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

François Hodierne : IFR: An FIR Alternative - Evil but fantastic!

Paul Hammond : ShaunInman.com // Commentary // IFR: An FIR Alternative - the Inman Flash Replacement technique

dionidium : IFR: An FIR Alternative - The Inman Flash Replacement technique.

Simon Willison : IFR: An FIR Alternative - Image replacement with Flash.

MIT's bathroom server

20/04/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : MIT's bathroom server - Note the color palette hax0ring.

An OS X/iLife wishlist

20/04/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : An OS X/iLife wishlist - There are some great ideas here.

Spring Ping Thing

20/04/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Spring Ping Thing - The Kings of Ping, indeed.

Adam Gessaman : Photo Matt: Spring Ping Thing - I’d like to nominate Matt for “Best Title of the Month”

Are Americans becoming second-class consumers?

20/04/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : Are Americans becoming second-class consumers?

Customising your iBook case

20/04/2004 @ 13:47 UTC

Richard Rutter : Customising your iBook case - Remove the white paint and stick in a picture. (filed under Apple).

jkottke : Some ideas for customizing the outside of your iBook - Some ideas for customizing the outside of your iBook (Niche business alert: will rich hipsters pay for custom designed iBook exteriors?)

iBook monitor spanning

20/04/2004 @ 13:47 UTC

Richard Rutter : iBook monitor spanning - Spanning; not mirroring. THIS WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY. (filed under Apple).

Ping-o-Matic gets its own domain

20/04/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

dionidium : Ping-o-Matic gets its own domain - Still can't wait for the API.

Paul Hammond : Ping-o-Matic! - Services to Ping

Kayode Okeyode : Ping-O-Matic

François Nonnenmacher : Ping-o-matic - One form to ping them all.

Will Pate : Ping-O-Matic - Let the world know your website has been updated.

a9 search plugin for firefox

20/04/2004 @ 11:00 UTC

Kristine Beeson : a9 search plugin for firefox - Search Technologies">A9.com > Search Technologies -- I'm a little slow at linking to this. :) I kinda like it, though. Its been up in my browser window for a few days, along with two sites with search plugins for the Firefox search bar. MyCroft: A9 and

Kayode Okeyode : a9 Search Plugin for Firefox

Who Owns What

20/04/2004 @ 09:07 UTC

anildash : Who Owns What - always good to have a reminder

Adam Gessaman : Who Owns What - [via]

All Squirrels Must Die!

20/04/2004 @ 09:06 UTC

Adam Gessaman : All Squirrels Must Die!

Snarkout on the orchestra union's battle against the Sinfonia

20/04/2004 @ 09:03 UTC

Andy Baio : Snarkout on the orchestra union's battle against the Sinfonia - the accompanying NYT article is a must-read

Meetup adds new venue, messaging features

20/04/2004 @ 09:02 UTC

Andy Baio : Meetup adds new venue, messaging features - finally, users can pick different venues [via]

anildash : meetup adds a buncha new features - adding one's own venues! seems like the crew is still listening well to their audience

Dr. Dobbs on non-gaming GBA apps

20/04/2004 @ 09:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Dr. Dobbs on non-gaming GBA apps - thanks to Anil for the PDF

MP3.com archives not lost

20/04/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Andy Baio : MP3.com archives not lost - 1.7 million songs rescued

Saft = better Safari

20/04/2004 @ 08:46 UTC

doug : Saft = better Safari - Jay adds more praise for the Safari plugin, and reviews some of its features I didn't cover.

ICBMs to emit 'less toxic chemicals'

20/04/2004 @ 08:04 UTC

Adam Gessaman : ICBMs to emit 'less toxic chemicals' - Another work of heart-breaking anal-retentiveness by the EPA.

A 'conformateur'

20/04/2004 @ 08:03 UTC

Adam Gessaman : A 'conformateur'

120 years of electronic musical instruments

20/04/2004 @ 08:01 UTC

Steve Cook : 120 years of electronic musical instruments - From the Musical Telegraph to the Alesis Quadrasynth, with many, many steps in between.

Yahoo! Soul Search joke comes alive (via glinden.blogspot.com)

20/04/2004 @ 08:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Yahoo! Soul Search joke comes alive (via glinden.blogspot.com) - I take this as a sign that developers at Yahoo are allowed a bit of flexibility at the job, and aren't afraid of getting in trouble. A good sign that their development environment is healthy.

Not actually a parody

20/04/2004 @ 07:01 UTC

Steve Cook : Not actually a parody - Although "The suicide planet resembled Earth except for its killing machines" might have won this year's Lyttle Lytton.

Luke Chueh, illustrations

20/04/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Luke Chueh, illustrations - don't miss monkeys with hat

deusx : LUKE CHUEH - "When you first look at his paintings, it's really cute, but when you look again, you gotta think... this Luke Chueh guy's got issues."

Memory bottleneck limits intelligence

20/04/2004 @ 06:05 UTC

deusx : Memory bottleneck limits intelligence - Single spot in brain determines size of visual scratch pad

Adam Gessaman : Memory bottleneck limits intelligence - I just can’t win.

Grounds For Your Garden: Starbucks is doing a lot of things right

20/04/2004 @ 06:04 UTC

deusx : Grounds For Your Garden: Starbucks is doing a lot of things right - "Turns out Starbucks is giving anyone who asks, at any of their zillions of stores around the world, bags of used coffee grounds to use in the garden."

social knowledge

20/04/2004 @ 06:03 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : social knowledge - i know where all the bodies are buried

creating a daemon in python

20/04/2004 @ 06:02 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : creating a daemon in python - via daily python url

Nelson Minar : Python daemonization - This is really too hard, but here it is.

Simon Willison : Creating a daemon the Python way - I always wondered how unix daemons were set up. (via)

heinous

20/04/2004 @ 06:01 UTC

anildash : heinous - shipping trumps all

Mark Pilgrim : heinous - i'm there for feedparser 3.0 release

dmg for panther

20/04/2004 @ 06:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : dmg for panther - black magic

HTML and XHTML for CSS

20/04/2004 @ 05:03 UTC

doug : HTML and XHTML for CSS - Westciv kicks off its next free course, slated to run for the next 12 weeks.

dionidium : Free Course: HTML and XHTML for CSS - Week one of the Westciv Web course went live today.

Dan Cederholm : Free Course: HTML and XHTML for CSS - Westciv offers a free, weekly self-guided course.

Kayode Okeyode : Westciv Current Free Course: HTML and XHTML for CSS

Finger Lakes Regional Airport Cleare Sky Clock

20/04/2004 @ 05:02 UTC

Graham Leuschke : Finger Lakes Regional Airport Cleare Sky Clock - found with geourl!

Syracuse Philosophy Grad Students' blog

20/04/2004 @ 05:01 UTC

Graham Leuschke : Syracuse Philosophy Grad Students' blog - huh. discussing identity on a blog, *without* mentioning Weinberger? cool.

tenure-track jobs at top-flight universities aren't really tenure-track

20/04/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : tenure-track jobs at top-flight universities aren't really tenure-track - it's true, and even more: apparently tenure is a much younger concept than I knew

Adam Gessaman : Tenure and rejection - Interesting discussion. I should read the rest of it when I am more lucid.

Yahoo Soul Search

20/04/2004 @ 03:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Yahoo Soul Search - be sure to click the "What's This" link [via]

anildash : Yahoo soul search - click the "what's this" link for the Onion backstory

Adam Gessaman : Yahoo! Soul-Search - Now, if it can only tell me where my keys are. [via]

Old geisha postcards

20/04/2004 @ 02:08 UTC

Steve Cook : Old geisha postcards - I'd love to know if these had any meaning besides being, you know, photos of traditional geishas. Would you send one to your folks?

annotated: We Didn't Start the Fire

20/04/2004 @ 02:07 UTC

Graham Leuschke : annotated: We Didn't Start the Fire - someone's got too much time on their ... oh, right -- it's the web (via, which is an interesting academiblog)

Misys gives Pecker head job

20/04/2004 @ 02:06 UTC

Cameron Marlow : Misys gives Pecker head job - We are certain that [Pecker Head's] experience will help to significantly strengthen and ultimately grow

Usher vs. Falco video mashup (QT)

20/04/2004 @ 02:05 UTC

Cameron Marlow : Usher vs. Falco video mashup (QT) - These two videos are so perfectly matched that they make me want to dance!

Yahoo! Soul Search joke comes alive (via glinden.blogspot.com)

20/04/2004 @ 02:04 UTC

Erik Benson : Yahoo! Soul Search joke comes alive (via glinden.blogspot.com) - I take this as a sign that developers at Yahoo are allowed a bit of flexibility at the job, and aren't afraid of getting in trouble. A good sign that their development environment is healthy.

Python Cookbook: Parsing the command line

20/04/2004 @ 02:03 UTC

Simon Willison : Python Cookbook: Parsing the command line - Using optparse, but with the command line setup options stored in the program's docstring. (via)

Flash: Adrian's Insect Shop

20/04/2004 @ 02:02 UTC

Andy Baio : Flash: Adrian's Insect Shop - make your own bugs [via]

Nelson Minar : Insect shop - cute flash app that lets you make cartoon insects (via Waxy)

Vintage 1980s Rap Videos

20/04/2004 @ 02:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Vintage 1980s Rap Videos - LL, Eric B, Schoolly D, EPMD, and all the other OG MCs [via]

Gucci iPod Case

20/04/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Gucci iPod Case - for $195, I could almost buy a new iPod [via]

veen : Gucci iPod Case - Almost as much as an iPod

escape button

20/04/2004 @ 01:06 UTC

Rod Begbie : escape button - Gonna get me one of these for my "office" in the new house!

Saft v5.5.1

20/04/2004 @ 01:05 UTC

Jon Hicks : Saft v5.5.1 - New Feature: Auto save and restore opened browser windows at quitting and start. It gets better all the time......

jkottke : More on this later, but for now: Saft rocks! - I wish it hadn't taken me so long to get around to checking this out for Safari. The saving tabs feature alone is a godsend.

apcmag.com: Opinion with David Emberton

20/04/2004 @ 01:04 UTC

dionidium : apcmag.com: Opinion with David Emberton - "Web standards. They're big, dumb, and they don't work. Yet, they persist. Why?"

Jon Hicks : Read it and weep - David Emberton goes for the non-constructive 'I don't understand CSS so it must be bad...' approach. Get thee to a Eric Meyer......

Simon Willison : Opinion with David Emberton - Compares standards to communism in the first sentence. Watch him get ripped apart in the comments. (via)

Philippe Janvier : The World Wide Web is not enough - Commentaires s.v.p. :|

Tomas Jogin : Web standards are dumb - Ignorant standards refuser gets show down by his crowd. Pretty amusing.

Firefix

20/04/2004 @ 01:03 UTC

Jon Hicks : Firefix - An easy-peasy way to update to the latest Firefox nightlies - for OS X only. In the mould of Reinholds other little helper, CaminoKnight....

LiveDictionary

20/04/2004 @ 01:02 UTC

Jon Hicks : LiveDictionary - A dictionary plug-in for Safari. Extensive library, but the 'hover to see definition' can get a bit annoying if you're ditherer like me...

the men commandments

20/04/2004 @ 01:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : the men commandments - the men commandments: hahahaha. many are true.

the a-team today

20/04/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : the a-team today - the a-team today: who would you cast?

Moire demos

20/04/2004 @ 00:10 UTC

Nelson Minar : Moire demos - Java applets that show various moire effects (via Slashdot)

Why MySQL grew so fast

20/04/2004 @ 00:08 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Why MySQL grew so fast

Nelson Minar : MySQL Growth - Andy Oram reflecting on why MySQL is popular (via Slashdot)

Simon Willison : Why MySQL grew so fast - A report from the MySQL users conference. (via)

C, Objective-C, C++... D! Future Or failure?

20/04/2004 @ 00:07 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : C, Objective-C, C++... D! Future Or failure?

A, B, C, ... D! The Programming Language

20/04/2004 @ 00:06 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : A, B, C, ... D! The Programming Language

MySQL Conference Roundup

20/04/2004 @ 00:05 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : MySQL Conference Roundup

Stop Acrobat Reader from creating "My eBooks" folders

20/04/2004 @ 00:04 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Stop Acrobat Reader from creating "My eBooks" folders - Stop Acrobat Reader from creating "My eBooks" folders

Beginners Guides: RAM, Memory and Upgrading

20/04/2004 @ 00:03 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Beginners Guides: RAM, Memory and Upgrading

The nature of meaning in the age of Google

20/04/2004 @ 00:02 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : The nature of meaning in the age of Google

Andy Baio : The nature of meaning in the age of Google - aggregating meaning and the tension between content and spam [via]

Inside Firefox: Firefox development musings by Ben Goodger

20/04/2004 @ 00:01 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Inside Firefox: Firefox development musings by Ben Goodger

SVG and Typography

20/04/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Philippe Janvier : SVG and Typography - "key ideas about typography and SVG"

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