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scriptingNews outline for 2/3/00

Author:Dave Winer
Posted:2/3/2000; 11:16:20 AM
Topic:scriptingNews outline for 2/3/00
Msg #:14907
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Feed: "WAP offers a chance to rebuild the Web, without all that annoying freedom, and without all that annoying competition."

This is my favorite Davos picture so far and it's probably the best picture I've ever taken.

News.Com: VA Linux buys Andover.Net.

Andover's market cap is $692 million.

Salon reviews the Cluetrain Manifesto.

Linux Newbies: The Problem With Open Source. "After all, as much as some developers hate to admit it, attracting users is what makes a product successful."

Perhaps the most eloquent speech at Davos was from Israel's Shimon Peres. I'm going to try to find the text of the speech.

Pictures from the Clicks and Mortar session at Davos. Softbank's Masayoshi Son stole the show.

More of pictures from Davos.

Did you hear that a trial of an AIDS vaccine was announced at Davos by the CEO of Merck? The trial started on 12/27/99.

Reuters: Members of "The Public Eye on Davos" Look through Binoculars in Davos.

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And what happened in New Hampshire? I went looking around Amsterdam today for a US newspaper, and couldn't find one. Lots of Polish and Russian newspapers though. I guess I'm far from home!

It appears that McCain won, and is pulling ahead in South Carolina. Bradley is regrouping after losing to Gore in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Just for fun I'm updating my site from an Internet cafe in Amsterdam.

I'm editing Scripting News today using a slow dial-up connection from a hotel in Amsterdam. It's not the first time I've updated from Europe (that happened last week in Davos) but this is the first time over a slow connection. I'm finding out how the Rest of You live! ";->"

When you're in Amsterdam be sure to check out the Hotel Krasnapolsky on Dam Square.


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