September 29, 2001
And now, on a completely unrelated tangent (come to think of it, when was the last time you experienced a tangent that was related to the current topic…), haven’t we all asked ourselves whether or not Dino once talked on the Flintstones? Gosh, what would I do without the internet?
September 28, 2001
Friday evening. Enjoyed delectable homemade pizza for supper. Dug up a pile of musical treasures from my youth with LimeWire. And I might actually get around to watching the series premiere of Enterprise tonight. Now don’t go and spoil it for me.
September 27, 2001
September 25, 2001
What have I been working on lately you ask? Well for starters, I’ve been helping debug Raissa, an RSS news reader which uses a customized XML tokenizer and HTTP library running on the Newton. Yep, I think it’s pretty neat too.
Windows XP Rehearses for a Broadway DebutHaven’t the fair citizens of New York City been subjected to enough already?
Don’t slip in the puddle of drool. Apple rang the bell for the Pavlovian masses today by finally kicking Puma out the door. Not only that, but its beefcake cousin, Mac OS X Server has apparently been working out at the gym next door. One of the few bits of desirable nomenclature still missing from … Read the rest of this item
Oh my freakin’ word! An actual press release from the village of the damned.
September 24, 2001
Oh yeah, by the way… Adobe also announced Illustrator 10.0, InDesign 2.0, and their new online design portal thingie called Adobe Studio. The latter of which sounds a lot like a little project that I worked on a couple of years ago before Adobe decided that they really had no interest in it. At least … Read the rest of this item
Speaking of stuffing more content into the old digital pipe and smoking it, there were a couple of interesting product announcements today. Ok, there were actually more than two announcements today, but these ones jumped out at me. First off, Adobe announced AlterCast, which despite its awkward, “we’re trying so hard to be hip”-sounding product … Read the rest of this item