Matthew — European domains anyone?
Eric — Running Groovy Scripts From Java Applications.
Mike — Downloading Music Encouraging CD Purchasing and Musicians That Give Away Music.
James — Looking Back, Looking Forward.
Brent — CSS in RSS (yet again).
TM4J 0.9.0 alpha 2, a topic map engine implemented entirely in Java.
MacWorld San Francisco 2004 Rumor Roundup. miniPods, etc.
The first five SPOT watches. Smart Personal Object Technology.
Laurent — Killing COM - The Managed Code Saga.
oh god not again: on piracy. [via dive into mark b-links]
Tim — My Wired News Wishes for 2004.
Sun and IBM to lead 64-bit boom. On AMD's back.
MP3 Winners and Losers for 2003. Richard Menta over at MP3newswire.net just posted his annual winners and losers list in digital music for last year.
Damn hard quiz. King William's College annual quiz.
Matt — Roundup: Clearing the Buffer.
Rael — Using Merlin GPRS card with a PowerBook.
California bans front seat laptop use.. As of January 1, 2004 the State of California has banned the use of notebook computers used anywhere in the front seat of a moving vehicle.
Emily — Crackdown In Cinemas.
David — Blog The Vote: Fourth Annual Weblog Awards.
Nick — String concatenation using + operator considered bad..
Bruce — Java Toolset.
Prabhu — Accessing Yahoo Using POP3.
Werner — Java Open Source Programming (with Xdoclet,JUnit, WebWork, Hibernate): "a missed opportunity".
Bill — Predictions for 2004.
Norman — Some rare browser innovation.
Cedric — Pico-puzzled.
Scott — PayPal Europe to Launch Soon.
Christoph — CodeBeautifier with UltraEdit Wordfiles for Perl,PHP and MT.
Tristan — 2004 Predictions.
DateChooser 1.1.2. A Calendar input dialog widget for Java.
Mike — Who's Surfing Internet Porn? Might Not Be Who You Would Expect.
Spain Has 2.2 Million Broadband Internet Lines. 4th highest number in the European Union.
Carlos — Pico-challenged.
Rui — MIDP Woes, AppleScript? Goodies.
Smile, the open source JavaServer Faces implementation.
JACK. Java All Class reference Kit, an API explorer.
Keith — ICQ support coming.
Punit — Tips for Better EJB Performance.
Bruce — Why we use Ant (or: NIH).
Bill — Word to XHTML again.
MacWorld San Francisco 2004 Rumor Roundup. A summary of the major rumors circulating around the Mac Web.
Review: Unix Shell Programming, Third Edition.
Review of the Roku. PC Magazine review of the Roku HD1000.
US album sales continue to fall. CD sales in the US drop 2.1% in 2003, although there are signs of recovery for the music business.
Frank — On USB stick usability.
Stefan — Victoria's Secret Show 2003.
2004 bloggies are open! The Bloggies are publicly-chosen awards given to weblog writers and those related to weblogs
Preview: Windows XP Service Pack 2.
'Healthcare spam' heads junk mail. Triple-X action, Viagra and diet pills dominated spam e-mails in 2003, according to AOL research.
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