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scriptingNews outline for 1/10/2001

Author:Dave Winer
Posted:1/10/2001; 5:12:27 AM
Topic:scriptingNews outline for 1/10/2001
Msg #:22046
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Eric Kidd and FirstPeer released XML-RPC for C/C++. Bravo!

John Robb: The 2X Internet. "The Internet is undergoing a transformation to a new system that scales better, costs less, and provides better end-user performance than the Web."

Pfieffer Report: "In a funny way, we are back to where publishing was before DTP came around: content creation and management is once again the playground of larger players, and requires heavy investment, just as publishing technology did before XPress arrived." Amen.

XML.Com is helping spread the news about "OPML" and XSLT.

Reuters: Hatch speaks up for Napster.

My newest channel, which I'm not ready to show yet, has a musical component, thanks to the generosity of the Grateful Dead, who left a legacy for technologists that may be as important as the legacy they left in music.

Another kind of email I really like to get. (If it's heartfelt.)

Greg Pierce, working on Free-Conversant, is rendering RSS boxes. Good work.

Adam Curry: What is Jamby?

Organizine closes after one week. "I just don't want to be responsible for hundreds of users' content, and supporting and maintaining a web application. It's too much responsibility that I don't want."

01/10/01: Another binary day. Nice symmetry. Tomorrow will be binary too, of course. Won't see another one until October. Useless facts. Nice.

Bert Zwaving: "Integrity is speaking even nicer about someone behind his back than in his presence."

New Bionic Page: Mind Bomb News.

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