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scriptingNews outline for 2/11/00

Author:Dave Winer
Posted:2/11/2000; 3:53:59 AM
Topic:scriptingNews outline for 2/11/00
Msg #:14993
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Frontier: How to Set Up a Search Engine for Manila Sites.

Adobe releases SVG plug-ins. OK, I installed the plug-in, now where are the pages with SVG content??

As if in answer to my prayer.. SVG Newbies. Of course!

As of 11PM Pacific last night, there were 2525 Manila sites on EditThisPage.Com.

According to IBM's patent search website, Jakob Nielsen holds 20 patents on user interface techniques related to the web, some of them very basic. The patents were filed, apparently, while he was still an employee of Sun Microsystems.

LiveJournal.Com has an interface specified for talking to their server from workstations. It uses HTTP but does not use XML. This is the kind of stuff that should be presented at WWW9 in Amsterdam in May. Time is running short..

John VanDyk comments on Manila, likes and dislikes.

Carmen posts a new design for her Headline Viewer app.

MacInTouch reader comments on Apple's Aqua interface.

AP Blossom writes: "While not impossible, it's probably much easier to be a part if the Internet revolution if you're near or in Silicon Valley. How can the net be used to foster the kind of connections necessary? How can the Net be used to relate to VC firms? How can the net be used as a mentoring device for those of us in flyover country? I know some forays have been made to setup incubators in Chicago. What about virtual incubators?" Good questions!

Perhaps WR Hambrecht is heading in this direction??

Another friend goes public, raising $143 million.

Zope.Org: How to Build a WAP site with Zope.

A friend sent an email with a very funny idea that took me back years ago to a brainstorming session I had with my little brother where we dreamed up a new product that would appeal to teenage boys, and perhaps others.

Endless hours of fun with the all-new Acme License Maker.

Why oh why is this so funny? I wish I knew!

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