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Today's scriptingNews Outline
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 10/8/1999; 4:57:37 AM Topic: Today's scriptingNews Outline Msg #: 11849 Prev/Next: 11848 / 11850
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This evening we released a new version of builtins.scheduler that makes it easy to manage script threads that run concurrently. The new scheduler will be part of Frontier 6.1.
O'Reilly's Frank Willison interviews Python's Guido Van Rossum.
MacWEEK: Macromedia CEO Copes with Success. "When things are working really well I'm not as interested."
Tim O'Reilly: Where the Web Leads Us. "Dave Winer's XML-RPC is a sign of things to come. It's a bad sign that Microsoft knows more about this than the leaders of the Linux community. They've already incorporated it into a new protocol that they are calling SOAP." Let's go Linux!
I sent an email to Tim, with some ideas.
WebWord interviews the Human Behind Robot Wisdom.
A message I posted on the XML-DEV list this morning.
Jesse Berst: In Defense of Cookies.
Richard Brandt: Sun, AOL Repeat History. "Red Hat is one of the few software companies developing an innovative business model, exploiting both the open source movement and the Internet."
ZDNet: Startup Promises Portable Portal. "The big portals are communities in the same way destination resorts are communities. We want you to create your own neighborhood and be able to carry it with you."
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- Re: XML-DEV message, Ken Kennedy, 10/8/1999; 9:06:19 AM
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