Sunday, December 28, 2003
From Scripting News:
mobileRSS is a "Web-based client for reading RSS feeds."
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From Scripting News:
For 10 points, write a caption for this picture of a moose kissing a kitten.
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From Scripting News:
A picture named howard.jpgTwo years ago today: "The people who do the standards work at the BigCo's can be great engineers, some of them are very smart and experienced people, but as you can see in specs like UDDI and WSDL, they also have to work with low-road idiots who carve out political power in their companies by polluting simple ideas with incomprehensible compromises."
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From Scripting News:
Also on that day: "In the end the only teams that matter are the Cubs, Red Sox and of course the Mets."
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From Scripting News:
Scoble: "Why didn't Silicon Valley happen in Kansas?"
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From Scripting News:
The Wikipedia, an incredible resource, needs $20K to stay afloat.
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From Scripting News:
Kaye Trammel: "You don't have to try be gendered on your blog -- chances are that it just happens naturally. After all, that is what being gendered is all about."
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From Scripting News:
Sarah Leonard, spokeswoman for the Dean campaign: "What you're seeing is a career politician desperate to save his political career."
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From Scripting News:
Here's a question. When the campaigning politician talks to the press they do it separately from their pep rallies for voters. Why? I'd like to hear what they say to the reporters. Wouldn't a grass roots campaign like Dean do that? Jim Moore, I wonder what you think about this. Is that true to the Second Superpower concept, which you developed?
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