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Ten of My Better Posts.... Lisa Williams suggests that as we slouch toward BloggerCon, ...
(Ten of My Better Posts.... Lisa Williams suggests that as we slouch toward BloggerCon, we share some of our better stuff. Actually, she used the superlative, but humility and a lack of discernment ...)
Ten of My Better Posts.... Lisa Williams suggests that as we slouch toward BloggerCon, we share some of our better stuff. Actually, she used the superlative, but humility and a lack of discernment influence me to say only that the links I'm about to list are pretty okay. They reflect work done with people who are way more than okay, and I think this will show as you read what they rwrote to me and let me publish on Sandhill. Here then, in no particular order, some of my better posts over the last year or so... Interview with Steve MacLaughlin, June 25, 2003. Interview with Gary Turner, July 16, 2002. Interview with Elaine Frankonis, May 28, 2002. Interview with Denise Howell, June 5, 2002. Interview with Halley Suitt, June 28, 2002. Interview with Chris Locke, July 24, 2003. Interview with Jeneane Sessum, June 11, 2002. That's enough for now. I have more to brag about... Dorothea Salo, Ryan Irelan, Gretchen Pirillo, Mike Golby, Betsy Devine, Anita Rowland, Tom Shugart, Andrea ...
06:49:44 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Richard Chlopan: Radio and Blog
Where everybody knows your name . . .
For of those who don't know, I've been spending the last few months of my life in Pharmacy school (and I plan to spend the rest of my life there...let's face it, I'll never graduate {g}. Bard once said I...
06:28:52 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Inside Delirium - 3 Minds on the Edge
you only live once
its the first thing the user sees and its the last thing a product development team think about. i ...
06:22:36 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: txnt unconnected
Control sobre el florecimiento de algas dañinas
Gracias a la alta tecnología en sensores remotos, los científicos del NOAA han desarrollado un avanzado método de identificación y monitorización de algas dañinas. Este mecanismo ayudará a detectar florecimiento de algas malignas a lo largo de todas las áreas...
06:20:20 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Noticias
Certification: Many of you may be unaware of the challenges involved in getting ...
(Certification: Many of you may be unaware of the challenges involved in getting software certified and accredited to run on the U.S. government's various secure networks. After each does its own ..)
Certification: Many of you may be unaware of the challenges involved in getting software certified and accredited to run on the U.S. government's various secure networks. After each does its own intensive due diligence related to the security of your product, agencies may then issue an "Interim Authority to Operate" on their networks with the understanding that you are genuinely on the path toward the requisite certifications. But you must follow through. Why? "Effective 1 July 2002, U.S. Government Departments and Agencies will be required to aquire, for use on national security systems, only those IA and IA-enabled products that have been evaluated or validated in accordance with the requirements of NSTTISSP No. 11, and its associated programs and processes." This news is a very big deal for us, and represents the collective work and diligence of many Groove employees. Thanks and congratulations to all.
06:19:37 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Ray Ozzie's Weblog
SOA in the context of EJB
I notice that Microsoft is largely trying to change the rules of the game for enterprise development by jumping onto...
06:13:07 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Stu says stuff
publish and be damned
while creating reviewing old entries and attempting to find a way of importing my previous journal i started to ...
06:11:12 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: txnt unconnected
Kavanagh Call Up
Cardiff City captain, Graham Kavanagh, has been named in the Ireland squad that will square off against Switzerland on October 11. The Bluebirds midfielder was last capped by his country four years ago, but wins a place in the squad following a string of outstanding performances.
06:04:35 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: IrelandEuro2004.tk
Feedster lets you search blogs
Another great place to watch for Longhorn information is blogs themselves. How can you search blogs for Longhorn info? Visit Feedster. Here, I built a search for Microsoft Longhorn for you. What's really killer is that each search is exposed as an RSS feed too, so you can subscribe to a search term. (If you don't know anything about an RSS news aggregator, it's a piece of software that lets you subscribe to feeds produced by many blogging and other sites). You'll see little "XML" or "RSS" icons on pages. Even MSDN is doing it. I watch 536 blogs now in my news aggregator, which is why I often point to things before other people do. Yet another trick for someone who really wants to keep up on Longhorn news.
05:59:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: The Scobleizer LonghornBlog
Re: [RSS2-Support] Re: RSS 2.0 amendments process?
You do realize this will piss Dave off, don't you? The next step will probably
05:50:39 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: radio-features at Yahoo! Groups
NewtonX ?
The NewtonTalk mailing list provided a pointer to a fascinating article at the Low End Mac about the possibilities for a new handheld from Apple. This wish stemed from the author playing with an old Newton and a new PocketPC and finding that the PocketPC still hasn't caught up with...
05:30:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: G'day Mate!
Is a picture worth a thousand words?
05:24:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Europemedia
How always-on DSL is turning off profits
05:24:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Europemedia
Trade winds warm European investment climate in Cape Verde
05:24:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Europemedia
Verizon’s & Vodafone’s Mexican failure
05:24:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Europemedia
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05:24:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Europemedia
Night Flight
Donnerstag, 23.06.2004, 20:15 Uhr
04:48:53 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: N24 - Dokumentationen
New Blog on the Block
Not me, but thinking of booking some tickets to go see him in London and found the first entry of his blog today... http://www.billbailey.co.uk I....
04:43:24 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: project pisstake
Why do I miss these movie people?
Okie, so I don’t necessarily believe in the cult of celebrity. But, it seems I’ve missed Daly Street, Lower Hutt appearance of a film crew with (possibly) Burt Reynolds. At least I’ll definitely miss (that’s physically miss, not emotionally… hmmm) them stomping around the outside of Parliament, being back at school on Monday. On the subject of films, UHCC, are eager to jump on the bandwagon and tell all, while their Lower Hutt colleagues join the live pictures (well, webcam) business the Porirua people have dabbled with with a few other organisations for some time (since at least 2001, anyway). At least it’s more fun that parking consultations for Petone, which is probably less fun, but certainly frustrating if you’ve tried parking especially on or off Jackson Street at almost any time during the day.Update, 2003-10-02: I wonder what would be worse: the tall poppy syndrome cutting celebrities down, or letting some of our very-worthy-to-be-celebrities-in-the-first-place celebrities ...
04:27:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: the power house: life
Angkor
04:21:36 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: [ o l e ] Lesezeichen
MVP Again
I'm very glad to announce my MVP award was renewed for the next year, so i'll be an MVP for .Net technologies. This year and the next one i'll be traveling by the region in conferences and courses so i hope i can meet you. Thanks MS folks and Latam Comunity.
04:09:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Diego Gonzalez
Norad Sunshine told ...
Norad Sunshine told ...
04:07:10 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: http://www.thebachelorblog.com
Norad Sunshine told ...
Norad Sunshine told ...
04:07:10 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: http://www.thebachelorblog.com
Bharatheeya Blog Mela topic
I've been getting a lot of comments and private mail from various people on the Bharatheeya Blog Mela - knocking me on the head for having 'narrowed' down the scope for this week, by suggesting a topic - "Developmental Issues relating to Technology in India - this can cover IT, telephony, science and medicine, even new technology thats making a difference in areas like arts, research, media, advertising and marketing". Let me try and explain why i am keen on this subject. It is in fact, an attempt to widen the scope of the blog mela really. I know this may sound paradoxical - but i've been following many of the blog melas and i find they cover, for the most part, political issues. And indeed, they are wonderful; posts and seem to be the most popular, going by the number of comments and quality of conversation they encourage around them. My point is simple - i have found many Indian blogs and bloggers all over the world that are also talking about a New Indian order, powered by tech ...
03:56:15 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Dina Mehta: Social Tools Social Networks
Where there is Smoke, there's usually fire (Maven releases)
Apparently Maven has a release candidate out, as detailed here. This also promoted a wave of criticism that spilled out on both the TSS thread above, as well as the obligitory BileBlog follow up here. Having tried maven out early this year, and frustratingly Kudzu_er..._Maven">abandoning it, as I talked about here., I don't have much new to add, other than a periodic warning. Smoke spotting Now for a new developer choosing between say Ant and Maven as your build tools, you need to decide for yourselves whether or not its worth it. So consider the storm of criticism, that while you might not agree with them in general (cough.. Hani) doesn't mean there isn't something there. Case in point, when was the last time you heard somebody complaining about how awful Ant is and how hard it is to work with. Maven is very, very invasive for your build procedure, so when you jump in and decide its not helping, climbing back is not easy. So the motto for the day is... Keep it Simple, Keep it Ant. ...
03:49:48 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Roller-based Site
長野県、住基ネット侵入を否定?
日経システム構築が長野県住基ネット対応チームに問い合わせたところ、「住基ネットへの侵入に成功したとの見解は持っていない」という回答だったそうです。日経BPより。長野県から正式な発表があるまでは、実際に侵入可能だったのかどうか、わからないみたいですね。...
03:34:41 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Editon
Presenting at XP Users Group in Portland, OR
I will be presenting "Writing Testable Code: Where XP meets QA" Are the XP testing practices sufficient to release products to real end users, or does QA have a significant role in XP and how do we as developers assist QA using the XP values and practices. Tuesday, 7 October. 6 PM. At Novell in Tigard. http://xpdx.org/
03:31:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Wayne Allen's Weblog
A month and a half later: 39% APR
I first started posting picks on RGS on Aug 18. At first, it was only pro football. Now that baseball is in the postseason, I started posting picks for it as well. Here is a summary of results units wins losses %wins nfl p 4.63 18 15 54.5% nfl 0.58 32 26 55.2% mlb post -0.37 3 3 50.0% total 4.84 53 44 54.6% Basically all the money came from NFL Preseason. Although, the winning percentage for the regular NFL...
03:19:49 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: Gamblitorial
InternetNZ member consultation
I sent in my reply, and so I showed up to the InternetNZ member consultation in Wellington tonight at six (looks like I missed the six o’clock news, mutter). There was the 2004-2007 strategic plan I recall from the last council meeting, albeit in a more finalish form. As if that piece wasn’t enough, there was (finally, at least in public) something (a paper, anyhow) somewhat public about doing something with regards to the proposed ‘cyberlaw’ research fellowship thingy with VUW, and the proposal to join the ever mighty ICANN’s ccNSO. (Someone at the meeting also noted the latest applicants at the moment are the Iraqis.) I don’t see how the ccNSO membership can be a problem, but I think the others made for an interesting couple hours of discussion, especially the reasons for placing the amount proposed for the cyberlaw proposal. Mmmm. Tasty.
03:18:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: the power house: life
Where to get Longhorn information
There are several places to watch for Longhorn information: 1) Watching Microsoft Like a Hawk's Longhorn page. They aggregate tons of Longhorn articles from all over the net into a single page. 2) Google News' Longhorn search. Google watches 4000 news sources. Great place to get the latest, especially when Microsoft announces something. 3) Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows. Lots of looks at early news about Longhorn. What other good resources do you watch for Longhorn news?
02:59:00 October 2, 2003, Thursday (PDT) Source: The Scobleizer LonghornBlog