Erik's Pulse has been published.
Few Takers For RIAA's "Clean Slate". 838 takers.
Matt — Kses: A PHP HTML/XHTML Filter.
Stuart — The last defense in computer security. The oldest trick in the book; people rarely question someone wearing a uniform.
JTLT 0.3, a templating system for Java.
Gaim 0.70, implements Yahoo's new authentication mechanism.
Jeremy — Buzz2Talk.
Adam — Java Macros with Jatha.
Amazon.com $50 Off All New PDAs Over $250. Just in time for Xmas.
Java Opportunities and Challenges in a 64-bit World: Solutions with the Intel Itanium Processor Family and BEA WebLogic JRockit .
Andreas — Maven 1.0 RC1 released.
Prabhu — Simple Java Port Scanner.
Paul — SCSL source for JDK 1.4.2 available.
Another Sharp Zaurus SL-C760 review. InfoSync World.
Bush signs no-call bill; FCC says it will enforce it. Starts on Wed.
Matt — Is My 3650 Obsolete? (or Here Comes the 3660?)
Enhydra 5.1: Open Source Java/XML application server.
52 of 261 Song Download Suits Are Settled. Payments ranged from $2,500 to $7,500 each, with at least one settlement for as much as $10,000.
Matt — Broadband Bandwidth Limitations.
Kevin — JQuery Eclipse source code browser.
A San Juan — Java Desktop the Soap Opera.
Java Specialists' Newsletter: MemoryCounter for Java 1.4.
Russ — 160 Characters, Lotus Workspace: The Beginning of the End for Lotus and Symbian needs a Runtime!.
Jeremy — Another Online Music Store.
Scott — Ten technologies that deserve to die.
Marc — iWebCal.
Rogers — Calling real police for virtual crimes.
JZlib 1.0.3, zlib written in Java.
Microsoft Sends Lindows.com Takedown Notice for MSfreePC.com. Deceptive?
Jodd: a generic purpose Java library and a jsp mvc2 framework.
JXP 1.3.1, a fast XPath API.
jSNMP Enterprise 3.2.2, the Java SNMP API.
FastParser 1.6.2, a fast XML parser.
Matt — Cracking Roundup Gromit! and My New Laptop: HP ze4330us.
Matthew — Mobile navigation.
Brian — Functional Style in Java, Part 2: Half-Beans.
Rusty — Norm Walsh has posted the third beta of DocBook 4.3.
Eddy — Understanding Orion class loading.
David — blojsom 2.02 available.
Marc — swt-designer finally out.
Paul — Some Thoughts on StAX.
Mike — Interesting XP article about WTC and Got Java skills? Want an awesome job? :)
A San Juan — Java Secures World's Citizens.
Hani — A new village idiot award.
Vinny — New books from Addison-Wesley.
Mohd — Doing a String cast or a .toString()?
Mitch — Chandler 0.2.
Erik — Smartcast.
Charles — Not So Let Down Any More.
Sharp to plot worldwide Linux PDA plan. Hot clamshell Zaurus may yet ship outside Japan.
We went to see The Rundown over the weekend. It made it to number one at the box office.
On September 29, 1994 — The U.S. House voted to end the practice of lobbyist buying meals and entertainment for members of Congress.