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GrepNinja's weblog is a somewhat ordered collection of thoughts and resources mostly related to software engineering. It simply tracks what GrepNinja finds technologically useful, interesting, or amusing at some given point in time. Warning: high techno-geek factor!
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:: Friday, July 14, 2000 ::

Google search on time synchronization.
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 11:49:17 AM [+] ::
Lots of discussion on the Squeak list, lately, about metaclasses. Here's yet another page: VisualWorks: How do metaclasses work?
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 11:01:47 AM [+] ::
MetaClasses Bite Back
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 10:56:40 AM [+] ::
Meta-Classes things we don't talk about
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 10:55:37 AM [+] ::
XML.com - Exposing Application Services With SOAP
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 10:40:37 AM [+] ::
Craig Latta's Smalltalk stuff pages on his Netjam.org site.
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 10:32:58 AM [+] ::
objectMetahysics a diagram probably comprehensible only to Smalltalk geeks.
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 10:31:04 AM [+] ::
So this is probably the cause of that Hotmail spam thing I've been seeing: Hotmail Program Flaw Is Sending Users' E-Mail Addresses to Ad Firms. So, now we have "a widespread Internet security problem known ad a 'data spill.'" That sounds rather Gibson-esque, doesn't it? Fodder for another cyberpunk novel!
:: linuxian 7/14/2000 10:24:51 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, July 13, 2000 ::
San Diego company Onevoice Technologies, Inc., will finally release its "Intelligent Voice Animated Navigator(TM)." The company schedules availability on July 24 and says the download will be about 100 MB. See myIVAN.com for details.
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 11:39:23 AM [+] ::
Some Oracle resources:
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 11:15:31 AM [+] ::
Another article on M$'s new C#. Why am I tracking all this M$hit? I don't really know other than this stuff will be cluttering our collective software development bandwidth for a long time. "Know thy enemy." Here's the article: windows.oreilly.com -- News -- C# is Pronounced 'See Sharp'.
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 10:30:19 AM [+] ::
An article about Microsoft's .NET Strategy on Chris Nelson's Weblog (brand new).
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 10:26:41 AM [+] ::
Hey! A friend just let me know that Free Pascal has arrived at version 1.0!
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 10:07:55 AM [+] ::
Do I have this address for the CVST project static page: CVST?
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 10:00:44 AM [+] ::
The Tao of Recursion: Named Templates in XSLT.
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 09:54:32 AM [+] ::
Devx.com coverate of the new M$ .NET initiative: .NET Revealed - Microsoft Raises the Curtain on Web Applications Services Framework.
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 09:53:08 AM [+] ::
M$ has now stuck its blecherous tongue out at Java. Here is some new .Net and SOAP information on or linked from M$ sites:
:: linuxian 7/13/2000 09:02:24 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, July 11, 2000 ::
Interesting Jabber reading:
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 02:12:33 PM [+] ::
Reflective Facilities in Smalltalk-80.
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 01:08:15 PM [+] ::
Basic Aspects of Squeak and the Smalltalk-80 Programming Language
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 12:55:10 PM [+] ::
Quick Start with CVS for Jabber developers and users.
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 12:27:00 PM [+] ::
The Jabber Programmers Guide -- version 1.5 is now available. Here is the announcement and change log.
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 12:10:20 PM [+] ::
XML Reference section at Projectcool.
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 10:45:31 AM [+] ::
Mahogany Mail is a new "OpenSource(TM) cross-platform mail and news client." Mahogany is being developed with wxWindows, which is touted as: "A free C++ framework to make cross-platform programming child's play. Well, almost."
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 10:17:03 AM [+] ::
The Informant is a webpage and search engine query agent service.
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 10:12:31 AM [+] ::
I think it will be very interesting to watch The Internet Timeline Project. It may even make me rethink some of my Chronoscope thoughts.
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 09:15:48 AM [+] ::
A Dave Winer article for the new XML magazine: Why I like XML.
:: linuxian 7/11/2000 08:58:58 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, July 10, 2000 ::
WAP Backlash (Alertbox July 2000) - Europe has some folks who are very disappointed with WAP.
:: linuxian 7/10/2000 04:03:07 PM [+] ::
Dwight Hughes Website includes links to some classic Smalltalk papers and resources, including chapters from the Blue Book and the famous August 1981 Byte article.
:: linuxian 7/10/2000 10:31:30 AM [+] ::
Dwight Hughes has made selected chapters of the Smalltalk-80 "Blue Book" available on the web: Smalltalk-80: The Language and Its Implementation (Chapters 26 - 30).
:: linuxian 7/10/2000 10:14:05 AM [+] ::

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