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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, August 25, 2000 ::

This announcement of the death of Pascal may yet be premature: Salon Technology | The end of the road for Pascal?
:: linuxian 8/25/2000 03:12:59 PM [+] ::
Think Outside has a "Stowaway Portable Keyboard" for the iPAQ and other handhelds.
:: linuxian 8/25/2000 09:42:05 AM [+] ::
Gnokii is "a software project developing tools and drivers for Nokia mobile phones for Linux, BSD and other operating systems. ."
:: linuxian 8/25/2000 09:12:38 AM [+] ::
You may need to register as a Nokia developer to access this page: Forum Nokia WAP Toolkit Documents
:: linuxian 8/25/2000 08:47:08 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, August 24, 2000 ::
Phone.com - The Best of the Internet on Your Phone
:: linuxian 8/24/2000 03:45:53 PM [+] ::
Core SDI S.A.
:: linuxian 8/24/2000 03:26:29 PM [+] ::
ChannelPoint Merlot XML Editor - an OpenSource project sponsored by ChannelPoint, Inc.
:: linuxian 8/24/2000 09:50:23 AM [+] ::
You say open source, I say freeware
:: linuxian 8/24/2000 09:46:13 AM [+] ::
Now, in addition to ActivePerl, we have ActivePython from ActiveState. The binary distribution is free; they offer other Python-based products for money.
:: linuxian 8/24/2000 09:13:36 AM [+] ::
Two more compilers go OpenSource: Sybase To Open Source Watcom C/C++ and Fortran Compilers.
:: linuxian 8/24/2000 08:21:10 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 ::
IBM has released sashXB for GNOME under OpenSource licensing. See the Gnome notice.
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 03:49:06 PM [+] ::
Typotoons -- a newmedia project for children.
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 01:48:05 PM [+] ::
Cosmocows.com -- producers of InternetInvolver, a Squeak-based product for new media.
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 01:46:55 PM [+] ::
NzPhone is a WAP (WML) emulator (but not perfect).
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 01:03:23 PM [+] ::
AnywhereYouGo.com is a wireless and pervasive computing site. It has some WAP Development tools, a newsletter, information links, etc.
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 12:23:24 PM [+] ::
Another Dave Winer service: WhoIs.UserLand.Com.
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 12:16:42 PM [+] ::
First Order Predicate Calculus -- need to understand RDF, whatever that is. Actually, it looks like RDF is "Resources Description Framework" (see http://dmoz.org/Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/WWW/Browsers/Mozilla/Technologies/RDF/ and http://dmoz.org/Reference/Libraries/Library_and_Information_Science/Technical_Services/Cataloguing/Metadata/Resource_Description_Framework_-_RDF/). Here's the "official" page from the W3C: http://www.w3.org/RDF/. Apparently, RDF "integrates a variety of web-based metadata activities."
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 12:12:23 PM [+] ::
K-Meleon - a lite Web browser based on gecko but for Windows, "the Windows answer to Galeon."
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 12:06:23 PM [+] ::
Here are some UserLand.Com-related sites:
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 11:58:21 AM [+] ::
The Perl Journal Online offers this tasty list of TPJ One-Liners - one-line Perl programs that do amazing things!
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 09:13:30 AM [+] ::
Interesting micro-display technology company: InViso. Are we on our way to join the Borg?
:: linuxian 8/23/2000 08:46:50 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, August 22, 2000 ::
IBM has announced that it is making its AFS enterprise file system available as open source: IBM announces AFS as an open source product under the IBM Public License. IBM will also sell a "commercially supported version of AFS."
:: linuxian 8/22/2000 02:17:20 PM [+] ::
Here's a reminder about the location of the upcoming Squeak Book drafts. Looks like this will be an excellent Squeak resource!
:: linuxian 8/22/2000 09:53:29 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, August 21, 2000 ::
On the "worth reading list" is "Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing."
:: linuxian 8/21/2000 05:40:31 PM [+] ::
Without further comment, we present: "How to Become As Rich As Bill Gates."
:: linuxian 8/21/2000 05:38:00 PM [+] ::

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