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:: Friday, December 08, 2000 ::
AceHTML Freeware, The Most Advanced Freeware HTML Editor:: Thursday, December 07, 2000 ::
CNET.com - News - Enterprise Computing - Sun links Java, XML languages for online business
This interesting Ubiquitous Computing page is part of Mark Weiser's site. Weiser is the father of ubiquitous computing.:: Wednesday, December 06, 2000 ::
Kernel-Panic is a Linux users' group in San Diego.:: Tuesday, December 05, 2000 ::
Getting Out of the Software Mud Pit is an article on Refactoring.
XML Schema will probably soon be an essential technology for XML developers. Eric van der Vlist has given us the first half of a neat tutorial: " XML.com: Using XML Schemas."
Project Pengachu: Cheap Wireless Linux for Everyone
Python.Scripting : Python, XML-RPC and SOAP
Radio UserLand : The Live Outline Tool
Radio UserLand : How to use the outliner
This article looks to be well worth reading: "O'Reilly Network: XML-RPC in Python."
By the way, one of my favorite information sources is Dave Winer's Scripting News and quite a few of my links come from there.
"Stepping through a site navigator applet - JavaWorld January 1997" has java code for a Java outline displayer.
Blogger has a new interface for wireless access to your weblogs, the "Blogger Wireless Edition." I have not been able to find out a whole lot about it from the main Blogger site but there is new wireless.blogger.com site for use with connected PDAs such as a Palm VII or modem equipped Palm V unit. See this discussion page for more details.
Expandable Outlines - webreference.com -- "creating expandable/collapsable outlines in both browsers." Some interesting information on doing outlines with DHTML and CSS.
Handango.com is a handheld solutions vendor.
Inessential.com - Brent Simmons' weblog.