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jeremy camp: stay
if you like creed, lifehouse or third day you'll love jeremy camp. i discovered jeremy camp while looking for bands to play a concert i was organizing here in wichita. the deal with jeremy camp fell through but through that...
14:10:37 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: thatbradguy.com
Minardi tests the Arrows A23
14:03:39 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Grand Prix Passion
Updated RDFT Specification
I've just uploaded the latest RDFT specification which incorporates the alterations I've been discussing over the past few days, including: Source Scope &#x2014; a new scope that makes the NodePath apply only to the original source graph without the RDFS...
14:03:16 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Semantic Planet
Slaves to our Cars
From MetroActive, a California weekly paper, comes this article with some interesting history and perspective. "We have become slaves to...
14:00:16 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: MollyBlog
The Coming Storm
13:52:18 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Photolog
<h3>Lockeed buys Titan for $1.8 Billion</h3>
I would not care so much, but two of my ex-SAIC bosses Gene Ray and Jack McDougle (both very good guys) helped found Titan. Way to go!
13:15:11 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Mark Watson's Blog
"I hope that when you're my age...
...you have children just like yourself and get to find out what I go through!" My mother's words. My mother's curse. I discovered last week that my daughter has my temper. Not your garden variety toddler-in-a-snit temper, but the supervolcanic, pathological, David-Banner-turning-into-the-Incredible-Hulk kind of temper. My temper. This is the...
13:14:05 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: A Faustian Bargain
Do I still do this?
Peter Van Dijck's new book arrived today. And it's a handsome, nicely produced volume. I'm proud to have a case study in there! For more info see: information architecture for designers - the site for the book. But looking at...
13:08:59 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: inkblurt
ADO Connection problems
Joe Mack
13:04:23 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: news.php.net: php.lang
<h3>More thoughts on using multiple programming languages</h3>
I have had the opportunity to use a few technologies for mixing and matching programs written in different programming languages in the last month: CORBA, SOAP, and the simple XML over HTTP (i.e., REST like RPC). Sure, it is a hassle using RPC compared to building large monolithic applications, but I find that not only are different programming languages best for some tasks, but often key utility libraries are available only for some languages. While I really like CORBA, and I have CORBA support in Java and Smalltalk, other languages which I find useful like Common LISP and Prolog either don't have CORBA support, or it is expensive. Although not a perfect solution, I keep coming back to writing HTTP servers that use URL encoding to specify a "function name" and arguments - usually returning an XML payload makes sense. In principle, SOAP is a better way to go, but XML over HTTP is much easier to implement.
13:03:38 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Mark Watson's Blog
What is wrong with people?
So, apparently, somewhere in the world, there are people who have nothing better to do than to hate. Link here....
13:03:26 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: The InfoHigh Rant...
It's always the quiet ones....
12:59:04 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Blog Of Shame
Over 48 hours to upstream 5000+ posts after I added my TipJar
My 3 :-) readers may have noticed that the main RSS file and the home page didn't update yesterday even though the page for September 15 updated right away. This happened because on Sunday night I added the TipJar and told Radio to publish the entire site. Either I need a faster machine or a faster Internet connection or both because it didn't finish upstreaming my 5000 posts until 3a.m. this morning!
12:58:17 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Roland Tanglao: RadioUserland
<h3>Well thought out editorial on Israeli Haaretz news site on Middle East problems</h3>
The linked article seems well balanced and makes a lot of sense to me. I think that Haaretz is one of the better sourrces of news in Israel - and this article reinforces that opinion. There is a large minority of Israelis who strongly disagree with the actions of the right wing government - this article reflects this rational opinion.
12:43:04 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Mark Watson's Blog
New feature: Comment Notification via Email. We've got a new feature for Radio and ...
(New feature: Comment Notification via Email. We've got a new feature for Radio and Manila: Comment notification via email. When someone posts a comment on your Radio or Manila site, an email is ...)
New feature: Comment Notification via Email. We've got a new feature for Radio and Manila: Comment notification via email. When someone posts a comment on your Radio or Manila site, an email is sent with information about the person who posted the comment, a link to the post they're commenting on, and the text of the comment itself. Here are a pair of how-to's for Radio and Manila users. [Jake's Radio 'Blog]
12:41:30 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Richard Chlopan: Radio and Blog
Noch ein Grund, weniger TV zu glotzen
Ogottogottogottogott! Was hatt denn da die Dieseiner von DMC geritten??? Oder habe ich einen Trend verpennt? Werden Logos jetzt piefig? Was ist denn das für ne Typo??? Naja, bleibt die Kiste aus und ich hab halt mehr Zeit zum Lesen :-) Daß die ARD das allerdings als tolles neues Branding verkauft, wundert mich nicht.
12:39:29 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: http://www.kulturnation.de/Blogger/
Rettet unserer Jugend ihre Träume
Heute morgen dachte ich noch, daß der Nord-Magazin-Beitrag über Karen E. nicht vom BW-Pressestab initiiert war. Inzwischen bin ich mir da gar nicht mehr sicher. Nicht nur die Tagesschau berichtet von Absichten, nicht mehr so viele von den Kisten zu kaufen - mehr hier. Oder ob gar die Produzenten des Eurofighters (Stückpreis 50 Millionen Euro) dahinter stecken? Nach dem Motto "Laßt unsere Jugend nicht im Stich". Rätsel über Rätsel...
12:22:05 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: http://www.kulturnation.de/Blogger/
So cool - Peet's coffee
Much like Chris Pirillo ~ Getting Screwed While Everybody Else is Getting Laid I am also a HUGE fan of Peet's coffee. I started off as a Starbuck's guy, but once I tasted Peet's I was hooked. My absolute favorite...
12:12:21 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Paul's Blog
Why hasn't anybody focused on user rights in all the Windows security hole debate?
With all the visibility on the security holes in Microsoft's products, one underlying problem seems to always get missed in the discussions. I still believe that it's possible to have a fully secure system running all Microsoft products. That's a bold statement coming from me today because I heard the most amazing story. Chad, one my best developers, hadn't turned on his computer at home for a few weeks as he was doing some remodeling. So, he turns on the computer intending to go immediately to Windows Update and apply the latest patches. But.... the rpc faeries were lying in wait for him. No problem, stop the rpc service. Hmmm, no stop button. Aha, take it off the network. Hmmm, hard to get updates like that. I think I may finally able to convince him of the wonders of a hardware based firewall ;-) OK, so the rpc vulnerability was just nasty, and that was the first time. But most of these vulnerabilites are happening on client workstations. The vulnerabilites are in Outlook, IE, ...
12:11:00 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: An active coder
Ab sofort wird Zunge geschont
Einmal und immer wieder rede ich mir ja nen Affen, um Leute auf gewisse Nachteile von MS WORD hinzuweisen. Aber meist gibt es nur Axel:Zucken. Dank einer Notiz beim Schockwellenreiter kann ich mir das jetzt sparen und werde ab jetzt nur noch auf den Artikel "Warum man nicht Microsoft Word verwenden sollte." von Maximillian Dornseif hinweisen :-)
12:06:56 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: http://www.kulturnation.de/Blogger/
Slashdot Journal
I just realized that slashdot journals have an RSS feed. I am going to try to find a really good way to integrate these feeds into cataBlog in some way.
12:04:32 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Jackson Miller
HURRICANE ISABEL CONTINUES NORTH-NORTHWEST
The NOAA National Hurricane Center in Miami, Fla., reports that at 2 p.m. EDT the center of Hurricane Isabel was located about 595 miles south-southeast of Cape Hatteras, N.C. Isabel is moving toward the north-northwest near 7 mph, and this motion is expected to continue for the next 24 hours. Maximum sustained winds are near 105 mph with higher gusts, which makes Isabel a Category 2 on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale. While some further weakening is possible Tuesday, conditions could become favorable for re-strengthening prior to landfall.
12:00:00 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: NOAA's National Weather Service Headlines
Bad Packets And The End of End-to-End? Karl Auerbach fears that the sinking ...
(Bad Packets And The End of End-to-End? Karl Auerbach fears that the sinking signal-to-noise ratio on the Net will lead inevitably to the compromise of the end-to-end principle -- a balkanization ...)
Bad Packets And The End of End-to-End? Karl Auerbach fears that the sinking signal-to-noise ratio on the Net will lead inevitably to the compromise of the end-to-end principle -- a balkanization of the universal network into a patchwork of virtual private networks. [Smart Mobs]
11:55:10 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: eardrumbuzz: tech
How to build Search Engine Friendly Web Sites [s...
How to build Search Engine Friendly Web Sites [searchengineblog.com]
11:38:26 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: B2B Marketing News Exchange
RSS: A Medium for Marketers uk.internet.com Sep ...
RSS: A Medium for Marketers uk.internet.com Sep 11 2003 8:32PM ET [Moreover - moreover...]
11:37:07 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: B2B Marketing News Exchange
I'm installing Office 2003
I'm really excited about this. I hope i can get some time to get my hands on InfoPath and all the development sutff included in this new version.<img src ="http://weblogs.asp.net/dgonzalez/aggbug/27821.aspx" width = "1" height = "1" />
11:35:00 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Diego Gonzalez
Many Miles, Many Moons: A Galileo Album. On Sunday, several hundred engineers and ...
(Many Miles, Many Moons: A Galileo Album. On Sunday, several hundred engineers and scientists will await the end of the Galileo spacecraft in a suicide plunge into Jupiter's dense atmosphere. By ...)
Many Miles, Many Moons: A Galileo Album. On Sunday, several hundred engineers and scientists will await the end of the Galileo spacecraft in a suicide plunge into Jupiter's dense atmosphere. By John Noble Wilford. [New York Times: Science] All about the wake for Galileo. Making sure that we don't contaminate Europa, remember 2002 by Arthur C. Clarke?
11:27:55 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: News
Well what do we have going on today. Starting off with working on the postdoc ...
(Well what do we have going on today. Starting off with working on the postdoc insurance report which is due on 9/19/2003. Work on clearing some overdrafts. Edit Lou's letter requesting additional ...)
Well what do we have going on today. Starting off with working on the postdoc insurance report which is due on 9/19/2003. Work on clearing some overdrafts. Edit Lou's letter requesting additional time beyond 90 day pre-award spending. Print up BSR's and distribute. Oh and the usual responding to questions crises and assorted strange goings on.
11:21:10 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: News
The Unique Power of Email While RSS is a fine wa...
The Unique Power of Email While RSS is a fine way for publishing, while instant messaging is great for one-to-one communication, and while forums or Wikis are wonderful tools to make well-formed groups talk efficiently, email has a special power: formin
11:18:24 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: B2B Marketing News Exchange
Some newfound insights into component architecture
After digging into the component classes a bit (more specifically, the base classes UIObject and UIComponent), I came across something quite strange in my eyes. One of the functions of UIObject (which is essentially the base class for all components...
11:08:55 September 16, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: PhilterBlog