As for me, I blame tryptophan.

My Thanksgiving holiday went as all such events should… family, football, turkey and far too many trimmings. The holiday beast was roasted on the grill again this year, to rave reviews. (Thank you, thank-you-very-much.) Afterwards there was Christmas music [yes,...
A Turkey for Thanksgiving

A Turkey for Thanksgiving

They were supposed to deliver the holiday goods. Instead, Webvan lays an egg. CNET’s news.com reports that consumers have emptied Webvan’s shelves of the accoutrements for this Thanksgiving’s roast beast. The largest online grocer’s...

All the office is a stage…

I’ve been reading The Experience Economy: Work Is Theatre & Every Business A Stage by Joe Pine and Jim Gilmore. It’s proved to be a great read, and one that suggests that we are, all of us, in for some fundamental changes. As an improvisational actor...

P2P Paradigm?

“Peer-to-peer has been around for a long time, but it is now being recognized as the computing paradigm of the future,” said Albert Yu, senior vice president of the Intel Architecture Group. Not so fast, Mr. Yu. While a number of P2P applications have...

WinAmp Skins

Relevant to the new Netscape release, I have to wonder how many people use skins. And for what purpose? The earliest implementation of skins that I’m familiar with is Nullsoft’s WinAmp. By downloading skins, or interface overlays, you could change the look...

Too little too late?

Netscape Navigator 6 has shipped, after more than two years of development. In that development cycle, pretty much everything that comprised the prior version of the browser was scrapped and re-written. Which would make you think that this latest browser should be...
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