Happy New Year, everyone!
Month: December 2002
Tim O'Reilly on Apple's Rendezvous & Cooperation
Tim O'Reilly on Apple's Rendezvous & Cooperation. One of the things I'm most excited about is Apple's new Rendezvous technology, which allows applications and devices to automatically find each other when in local or logical proximity. This is an idea that a lot of people have been working on for four or five years. As… Continue reading Tim O'Reilly on Apple's Rendezvous & Cooperation
Middle Earth Enchants a Returning Pilgrim
Middle Earth Enchants a Returning Pilgrim. While re-reading Tolkien's trilogy, I found myself astonished by how integrally involved the plot is with the landscape. By Kathryn Kramer. [New York Times: Books]
Store 80 Gigs on Your Network With a No-Fuss File Server
Store 80 Gigs on Your Network With a No-Fuss File Server. One of the main reasons for creating a home network is to share files among computers. But when those files are super-size – containing digital movies, for example – they can overwhelm the humble PC that is designated as the server. To ease the… Continue reading Store 80 Gigs on Your Network With a No-Fuss File Server
Wireless net takes over homes
BBC: Wireless net takes over homes. [Scripting News]
Had a great Christmas with friends. Talked to family by phone. Time to enjoy the quiet a bit. Quite the blizzard outside. Glad to have made it home safely.
Off to visit friends for the holiday. No snow here yet . . .
My friend and super consultant Jon Oltsik has a new site built with Radio. The weblog is in process as are the links to the free reports he will post to his site. This shows how you can easily publish a standard site with Radio and comingle it with a weblog. More later as Dann helps him… Continue reading Jon Oltsik
homemade dot mac seerver
homemade dot mac seerver. Want to stream mp3's inside your own home/network/community? OSX can do it all and macdevcenter has simple easy to follow instructions. [Adam Curry: Adam Curry's Weblog]
The Perpetual War Portfolio
The Perpetual War Portfolio. “The Perpetual War Portfolio is an evenly weighted basket of five stocks poised to succeed in the age of perpetual war. The stocks were selected on the basis of popular product lines, strong political connections and lobbying efforts, and paid-for access to key Congressional decision makers.” The PWP is up 3.25%… Continue reading The Perpetual War Portfolio