October 23, 2003

Other perspectives on programmers block

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October 10, 2003

Reports of the "Demise of the XML Database" are dubious

Over on the java.net blogs Mike Champion has written a piece in response to the "demise of the XML database" piece from it-director.com. The question of the value of XML databases is one that I've considered a great deal over the last few years. It's probably pretty clear that I... [Inspirational Technology]

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October 08, 2003

AOL expands Google search pact

America Online extended its relationship with Google on Tuesday, reiterating its commitment to use the company for algorithmic and paid search results. [CNET News.com - Front Door]

I was wondering why Google was using Mapquest for their location search features. They must have some kind of long term deal with AOL.

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October 06, 2003

You know, that was a big idea...

You know, that was a big idea I just had. I think I'll tell the MSN team this:

Wanna build a great weblog service? Start a weblog first, put your plans up there, and then boot strap it.

Could Microsoft design products like this in public view? I wonder.

[The Scobleizer Weblog]

I wonder as well. Would be a nice experiment.

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Link: Joe over at Microsoft Monitor weblogs talks...

Plus, in three years lots of people will have Tablet PCs. Lots will have SmartPhones with cameras. Those are where the emerging businesses are. Those are the ones where the opportunities are. Just copying Six Apart or Radio UserLand or Blogger is just gonna be the wrong path to go down.

[The Scobleizer Weblog]


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October 02, 2003

Link: Maybe servint's not so good after all

From [Don Park's Daily Habit]
Maybe ServInt 's not so good after all
Don seems to have all sorts of trouble with them.

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