Saturday, September 27, 2003

Goodbye, paper lion
InfoWorld: Company disowns author of critical Microsoft report
Amazon developing e-commerce search service
LawMeme - India to Forbid Song Covers?
SCO infringed copyright, IBM alleges in new claim
EFF: Flawed E-Voting Standard Sent Back to Drawing Board
Automated search ads can boomerang | CNET
Internet Sales Tax May Get's Support (
Wired News: Congress Puts Brakes on CAPPS II
Librarians to P2P critics: Shhh!
Bring back Doctor Who

Friday, September 26, 2003

Do not call again (pdf - judicial opinion)

This time, because telemarketers for charitable organizations could keep on calling, resulting in a content based limitation on freedom of speech.

Don't let any of them call, I say.
Will businesses pay people to blog for other businesses? B2B blogging at Weblogs, Inc.
The meaning of words, and the meanness of misunderstanding them. Finding the right answer these days means using the right words to look for them. See: Transform Magazine ? Putting it Together: Taxonomy, Classification & Search
I'm a patterns and design nut, and this is definitely the page for me: The Interaction Design Patterns Home Page
Electronic paper | who would have thought this would happen? Now that paper is nearing the verge of obsolescence, it's being reborn as an electronic medium. What does this mean for newspapers and magazines?
Russel Simmons speaks: Heeding Hip Hop's Higher Calling
Zen and the art of law enforcement |

Tuesday, September 23, 2003

Stubbornness is a virtue when you address it by its other name - perseverance.
Not quite ready for prime time viewing: when standards bodies fight. At stake, licensing fees for the cost of using ISO codes.
The 100 most frequently challenged books of 1990 to 2000. Challenging people is good.
Blackmail and internet adware are becoming intimately acquainted as business partners. The people behind those actions may find repercussions to what they do.
I don't think I'd want to be country these days either.

Monday, September 22, 2003

I'm going to have to give this a go someday when I'm really bored: Dvorak International's FAQ. And I don't have anything important to type for a few weeks. Can't type too much slower than I do though.
I like seasons. I love the hot days of summer and the cold days of winter. Best of all are the transition days between. The growth of new life in the spring, and the gentle going to sleep of the world in the autumn.

It's time for the leaves to change colors, the football games to be played, and the start of schools in all earnestness.

Have a great one!
Site Finder: The Technical, Legal & Privacy Concerns
Eolas suit may spark HTML changes | CNET
Sophia Coppola's top ten.
I was messing around redesigning some forms pages this weekend. Should I follow this Autocomplete Textbox Example?

Sunday, September 21, 2003

Library catalog system owner sues book-based New York hotel
Blogger Forum - The independent Blogger community
1,500 year old "Warrior Queen" unearthed
How To: By You -An Experiment in Intuition
Is Blockbuster doomed?
Bob Barr for Creative Loafing onTrusted Computing platforms. What exactly is there to trust?
Connectivity: Spike Hall's RU Weblog
Wi-Fi lawsuit opens up more access questions |Get Up to Speed Wi Fi Journal| CNET
Silenced: Censorship and Control of the Internet
Activating the Right Layout Mode Using the Doctype Declaration