Matt — Martian Links.
Rael — textamerica Gives Back the Photos and Free Sony Ericsson Ringtones, Themes, etc.
Glenn — Tacoma Civic Network Decides Hotspots a Security Risk.
Simon — Big speed step in NeoOffice/J 0.7.1 for Mac OS X.
Laird — Discipline.
Britney Spears Married in Vegas, Copy of the couple's marriage application and Britney Annuls Vegas Wedding.
Oliver — html scraping.
Mark — testing out blogworkz.
jmon 0.02, a system monitor.
Alan — Online Persona = Real Persona?
Rui — mySQL Navigation Warning. MySQL 4.1.1-alpha does not install correctly on Mac OS X.
Psi 0.9.1, a cool Jabber client.
Matt — Running AppFuse on Resin.
JAutoCombo 1.0, a reusable auto-complete combo box for JFC/Swing.
Roland — The Top Ten Real Nanotech Products Of 2003.
PC Makers Bet on Consumer Electronics in Vegas. CES.
Bob — Web Services? What has the industry been smoking?
Virtual Dimension 0.93, a virtual desktop manager.
accept headers are horribly broken. [via dive into mark b-links]
Rui — HOWTO/Enable PHP on Mac OS X and So MIDP is a Standard and Java is portable, huh?
Russ — Avedia.com: Squatted.
Frank — Camera Prohibition and SyncML - hellloooo, anyone there?
Rusty — Thomas Zander has released UICompiler 1.2, an open source rapid prototyping tool for Swing GUIs based on Qt Designer and JDOM.
Keith — joscar activity update.
Patrick — My Book... Biled.
Nick — JPL's Maestro a Java base apps that blows me away!
Ted — RSS Feed cleanups.
Carlos — PicoChickens.
Keith — Links.
Anselm — 2004 Radar Detector Test and Buyer's Guide.
Will Apple Keep the Lead? The New York Post writes about how Apple is the best position its been in for some time with the success of its most recent line of Macs, the iPod...
2004 OpenOffice.Org Status Report. Looks like a lot of progress has been made behind the scenes.
Review: Apache Cookbook.
Joe — Rather depressing re: Javalobby and JDJ.
CD-Rs and MP3s Not Hurting Record Sales. Forget the industry shills' spin - the numbers prove that, for Australia, CD-Rs and MP3s are not hurting record sales in the slightest...
Tom — Cameraphone Prohibition.
Marc — Websphere 5.1, Ant and IntelliJ.
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