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  • Peer Channel Team Blog

    MessageSecurity in PeerChannel

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    (updated to reflect Feb CTP changes) One of the cool things in PeerChannel is the ability to secure application messages. say, you are writing an app that uses peerchannel to download content or broadcast stock quotes, you want to be sure that the...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Ajax whois

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    Ajax whois . Why not? Via Digg (the slashdot killer ...this digger doesn't agree )
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    What is Screencasting article, a good intro.

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    Jon Udell lit up this Del.icio.us feed to the screencast tag , with this What is Screencasting article . It's a good intro to the art. Jon inspired me to do these screencasts . I should do more.
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    RSS, the Web 2.0 glue

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    Don Hinchcliffe : "Problematically, RSS is still not quite a household word yet, and even the software industry is just beginning to realize the importance of this workhorse syndication format. Though at this point it's already clear RSS will be...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    Dilbert on Agile Programming

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    http://www.dilbert.com/comics/dilbert/archive/dilbert-20051116.html
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Looks like a wind up to me.

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    Business 2.0 Blog: "MIT's Nicholas Negroponte showed his much-anticipated $100 laptop at the U.N. tech summit in Tunisia. Aimed at children in developing countries—"one laptop per child" is the slogan—the lime-green unit is powered by a hand-crank...
  • Marley Gray's WebLog

    Client Matrix

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    We need to develop a decision tree for when to use a SmartClient vs. a traditional Web Client. Most architecture committees struggle with when and where to use a SmartClient and they want a simple matrix to follow. Are you seeing the same thing? It...
  • Malar Chinnusamy's WebLog

    Tired of creating sockets for each protocol

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    Tired of creating sockets for each protocol, to make your application listen on all addresses for a given port ? . There is no more pain. Here is a cool new feature supported in Vista and Windows Server Longhorn. By just setting a socketoption, you...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Listening to Web 2.0

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    I'm listening to a presentation Joshua Porter gave at an event called Buy, Hack, or Build: Optimizing your Systems for Your Users and Your Sanity : "...I wasn’t going to define Web 2.0, as most of the definitions I’ve heard are ambiguous, to say...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    Match.Com .... Fraud??

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    A good friend of mine is a strong believer in Match.Com . Among other things - she is a also a believer in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Denver Broncos. (And by the time she reads this post - I am sure she also believes she can kick my butt for...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Rebel Assault II under Virtual PC

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    Like so many computer game sequels - Rebel Assault II takes the same concepts as were used in the original Rebel Assault and polishes them up. Rebel Assault II follows a new story line where you play a rookie pilot who stumbles into a plan by the Empire...
  • Buck Hodges

    1,000,000 files in the dogfood system

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    Jeff Beehler just checked in another 100,000 files, pushing us over 1,000,000 files. We now have 1,042,659 files in the dogfood system. Brian Harry sent out a dogfood statistics update in email today, prior to Jeff's check-in. Watch for the latest stats...
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