Monday, August 30, 2004
Chatango First tool for real-time, private, disposable, one-to-one communication. It works just like one of those IM products, but doesn't require a download, and is accessible from any computer
One great source -- if you can trust it "So of course Wikipedia is popular. Maybe too popular. For it lacks one vital feature of the traditional encyclopedia: accountability. Old-school reference books hire expert scholars to write their articles, and employ skilled editors to check and double-check their work. Wikipedia's articles are written by anyone who fancies himself an expert"
Travel + Leisure Magazine 2004 World's Best Awards FOR THE PAST NINE YEARS, we've been asking the most sophisticated, passionate travelers we know—Travel + Leisure readers—to help us define excellence in travel by rating their recent experiences at hotels, on cruise lines, with outfitters, and more
Google IPO? No Thanks "Here's the thing that I would fear as a Google investor: Ask Jeeves' (Nasdaq: ASKJ) algorithmic search engine Teoma already receives rave reviews for its results, and Yahoo! recently unbundled Google's search so it could feature its Inktomi technology. And wouldn't you know it, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), not one to leave nickels in billion-dollar stacks lying on the ground, will include an algorithmic search engine bundled in its next generation of Windows products, due out next year."
Monday, August 23, 2004
Monday, August 16, 2004
Life has gotten even shorter in digital age Dan Koster, Web content manager for Queens University of Charlotte in North Carolina, became a minor celebrity after reporting in the spring that 15% to 20% of the 2,000 CDs in his properly stored collection suffered from what has loosely been called CD rot and would no longer play.