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scriptingNews outline for 2/24/00
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 2/24/2000; 4:35:08 AM Topic: scriptingNews outline for 2/24/00 Msg #: 15215 Prev/Next: 15214 / 15216
CNN: Texas executes Betty Lou Beets. "Betty Lou Beets, convicted of murdering her husband in 1983, was put to death by lethal injection just after 6 p.m. CST at a state prison in Huntsville, Texas."
2/3/98: "Warden Baggett, thank all of you so much. You have been so good to me. I love all of you very much. I will see you all when you get there. I will wait for you."
MSDN: A Young Personís Guide to SOAP. "The guiding principle behind SOAP is to 'first invent no new technology.' SOAP uses two existing and widely deployed protocols: HTTP and XML."
2/18/95: "Every writer can participate in the web. Someday, very soon, I believe, every writer will."
3/31/95: "I remember, as a kid, sneaking into my parents' bedroom to look at my father's stack of Playboys. No, I didn't read the articles."
2/4/98: "I believe we have the most to learn from the people we want to listen to the least."
What is Donkeymon? "Wow, I just noticed that I got linked to on The Scripting News somehow, and that is why I have been getting so many hits all of a sudden. The down side is that of all those hits, only one person wrote me an email. But if I am going to get hits I will probably have to put somethig interesting on here soon." I love the Donkeymon!
Yet another Weblog parody!
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There are responses to this message:
- This is a Manila site, Dave Winer, 2/24/2000; 6:07:46 AM
- Re: scriptingNews outline for 2/24/00, David Theige, 2/24/2000; 7:18:22 AM
- Re: scriptingNews outline for 2/24/00, mike donellan, 2/24/2000; 1:23:49 PM
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