< Mutiny> he realized 'blogs' are lame ;)
GabeW: department acquisitions taking place after October of this year must be IPv6-compatible
burtonator: NYTimes - "his would allow them to lay the cornerstone of a 1,776-foot tower in August 2004, during the Republican National Convention. "
crysflame: not mind safe. gross. ew.
crysflame: yay to seti
coderman: "Provided as background to the NSA's current endeavor to reduce information to be released under FOIA and the Bush Administration's increased secrecy of information about national and homeland security programs and related secret contracts to industry and educational institutions."
coderman: "An official British investigation into two trailers found in northern Iraq has concluded they are not mobile germ warfare labs, as was claimed by Tony Blair and President George Bush, but were for the production of hydrogen to fill artillery balloons, as the Iraqis have continued to insist."
coderman: <CarrieAnnMoss> What's the matter? Did you wet the bed again?
crysflame: "You may feel a bit funny"
coderman: dont go here, very sloooow.
seti: Some people terminally missing the point that it is, in fact, 2003
A_Young: "The Debian GNU/FreeBSD port has recently made significant progress using the GNU C library as a base instead of FreeBSD's libc."
dnm: From the same guy who brought you ROX Filer.
crysflame: look ma, it's bundles! "Installing an application is the same as copying a directory."
crysflame: i like menil
crysflame: it's not lisa
crysflame: "They were grabbing the bloody swatches from the walls!"
DragonFax: 3 years and openft still hasn't grown. Thats saying something.... SOMETHING IN FRENCH!!!!
crysflame: see the real link
crysflame: also mischumped
matthew: see also space.com coverage
crysflame: "A QNX OS that runs materials-handling and assembly lines at the Siemens Dematic plant in Grand Rapids, for example, has been operating without failure for 13 years."
crysflame: covers some of the personality changes it might take to actually succeed, too
crysflame: spawned from boingboing when the incoming flood of links grew to be too much
crysflame: this has been around for a while; hyperlinked dreams, kinda. rather fun. things like "view related dream" make for extra time-wasting potential.
seti: "With Prevalence we are finally free to create true object servers and use objects the way they were intended all along."