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Apache Web-Serving With Mac OS X, Part 5

posted by Morbus at 2002-03-11 18:35 (permalink)

Morbus: By your friend and mine, Morbus Iff!
Morbus: "Laddddies, do I have three numbers right?"

Tinderbox: Why "Tinderbox"?

posted by AaronSw at 2002-03-11 03:13 (permalink)

AaronSw: "During its development, Tinderbox was known as Project Ceres, named for the Roman goddess of the harvest."
AaronSw: What Eastgate doesn't mention is that Ceres is the first and largest discovered asteroid, with an orbit between Jupiter and Mars.
AaronSw: I'm so eager to play with Tinderbox... hurry up, Mark! ;-)

Jon's Radio: Heads, decks and leads

posted by AaronSw at 2002-03-11 03:03 (permalink)

AaronSw: Jon Udell: "I do not wish to read blogs in the aggregator, where (as Shelley rightly says) they are stripped of context. I want to read blogs in situ."
AaronSw: How ironic! What I think was my first post on RSS talked about how RSS was designed for headlines, not content syndication. Much later, Dave Winer forked RSS and broke compatibility with all old RSS processors to make it a better format for sharing weblog content.
AaronSw: It's good to see the circle coming full, with people wanting to go back the old RSS design. (Eastgate's Tinderbox does things this way, BTW.)
AaronSw: Jon Udell: "I thought the singularity would occur years ago, and I was wrong. I hope it's happening now, and while I could be wrong again, it's clear that something has changed. People are doing what I spent years of my life and hundreds of pages of my book advocating."

The Medium is a Massage (50MB MP3)

posted by AaronSw at 2002-03-11 01:45 (permalink)

AaronSw: A must-listen!
AaronSw: Intertwingled and hypertextual. Intelligent, insightful and a heck of a lot of fun to listen to.
AaronSw: It's so deep and multi-layered that it's taken (at least) five listens, but now I think I am beginning to understand it. I can certainly see why Wired likes McLuhan so much.
AaronSw: Cool. It's in the Web Archive now (175K/sec.)

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