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scriptingNews outline for 5/9/2001
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 5/9/2001; 8:00:58 AM Topic: scriptingNews outline for 5/9/2001 Msg #: 22175 Prev/Next: 22174 / 22176
Thanks to Doc, I spoke with a marketing VP at Google today. She asked if I would be so kind as to talk with someone technical there to help sort out the difficulties. "So kind?" I said "Please please!" with an "I'm not worthy" tone.
Dann Sheridan sends screen shots of Mozilla 0.9 on Linux, viewing Scripting News, Microsoft, and Apple.
I re-ran the RSS version counter script, the numbers went up, the ratio stayed about the same. Of the My.UserLand-registered sources that updated in the last 24 hours, there were 32 RSS 0.90 sources and 218 RSS 0.91 sources.
John Markoff: Looking Back at My First PC.
Register: "France Telecom has stumbled upon a backbone for handheld peer-to-peer communications that makes SMS look positively Neanderthal."
Jxta: It's all about protocols.
Steve Graham: Private UDDI nodes.
Geek.Com: Exodus data center blacked out.
A classic post on the new Frequent-Flamers list.
TeamDrive sounds nice. "To Windows, TeamDrive looks like any other networked drive by operating as an extension of the Windows file system. This allows team members to map drive letters to a TeamDrive server and use them to directly load and save files from any application."
I think I'm going to take the day off. ";->"
Yes ladies and gentlemen, the Internet doesn't work.
Some people are just finding out.
We (and others) had an early clue.
There is an answer. Distribute the work.
We're workin on it.
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