Saturday, May 25, 2002


Friday, May 24, 2002

Paul Andrews: News by the People, for the People [Scripting News]
Bringing rapid-fire photos to digicams. While most digital cameras' processors leave you waiting between shots, start-up NuCore's chips let you fire off five frames a second. Pixel freaks, take notice. [CNET News.com]
Klez: Hi Mom, We're No. 1. It's neither clever nor original, yet the latest variation of the Klez e-mail virus has now been declared the biggest and baddest worm in history. By Michelle Delio. [Wired News]
Snewp "indexes almost 6,000 sources every day, continually gathering news headlines from around the globe to provide a distinct twist to the standard search portal."  [Scripting News]
Anybody Really Know What Time Is?. Sure, Einstein had a good theory. But how the mind perceives time is another question, one that scientists around the world are debating. By Mark K. Anderson. [Wired News]
zeitgeist: Dictionary.com Word of the Day. zeitgeist [Dictionary.com Word of the Day]

Monday, May 20, 2002

Personal Liability Insurance. How much could you lose if you got sued? [The Motley Fool]
The Push to Expose Quacks Online. You can get more information about a car mechanic online than a doctor with malpractice history, says a patient who backs a bill to force physicians to make full disclosures. By Julia Scheeres. [Wired News]

Digital Radio On The Horizon

SJ Mercury: Imagine a world with unlimited airwaves. Dan Gillmor. In a panel discussion and interview last week at the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference in Santa Clara, Reed put in plain English some of the concepts he discussed at the FCC and which he has put online at his Web site. Simply put, he said, we have to start looking at spectrum as an almost limitless commodity, not a scarce one. [Tomalak's Realm]

Sunday, May 19, 2002

Ed Cone nails it. A professional reporter gives blogging a try, and becomes a better writer for it. Bing!  [Scripting News]
As promised on the radio show, here are links to: Blogdex, Daypop, Radio UserLand, Manila [Scripting News]

Out of England Comes a Story

A California court has ordered the hi-tech consumer electronics company SonicBlue to record your viewing habits If you own a ReplayTV 4000 digital video recorderThe Rest of the Story
John Sumser: "Small businesses create capital that is given to banks so that large companies can multiply it. Like lawyers, large organizations are risk mitigators whose challenge is not creation but maintenance. This is a task that small operations routinely fail. Small organizations make large gains possible. Large organizations thrive on the incremental."  [Scripting News]
John Robb: "Did the Internet enable a new economy? I think the latest evidence says that it has. But it isn't the new economy corporate America expected."  [Scripting News]
Squashing bugs and breaking systems. Don't nix that Windows file, even if your friend tells you to--it's a hoax. Also: Klez worm travels incognito. [CNET News.com]
Monday: "Tomorrow we're going to release a new tool.." Sorry. It didn't happen. Soon.  [Scripting News]

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