TME GLUE Web Services Fabric Beta. GAIA is intended for enterprises that wish to deploy production grade true service-oriented architectures.
Keith — Signs of Thunderbird improving.
Joe — An IDE for Jini!?
Apple confirms third-party cards work with AirPort 3.1. The ability for third party IEEE 802.11g cards to work in Macs equipped with AirPort 3.1 drivers was a deliberate engineering decision.
Verizon Wireless sues Nextel. Nextel Communications “improperly obtained” prototypes of Verizon Wireless cell phones with a walkie-talkie feature.
FCC Says No Web Content Rules Needed Yet. Some ISPs (like AOL) are experimenting with “walled garden” strategies to block off some content so that only their customers can see it.
We're off to the vet. Our oldest cat, Max, is experiencing kidney failure and we're going to find out what we can do to make it easier on her. Unfortunately it is not curable.
Tips 'N TricksJava Tip 139: Ask the right questions in your survey application.
Updated Eclipse toolkit shines. Eclipse SDK 2.1 leverages Java's strengths in IDE toolkit, but beware of too much expansion
Into the mist of serialization myths. Performance myth: serialVersionUID improves Java serialization performance.
Allon — Don't call me, I won't call you.
Moof — A Spectrum of Opinion.
Frank — Paybox is alive!
McDonald's Wireless Web site. McDonald's is launching WiFi at its restaurants in New York, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay area.
Dell's next-gen Pocket PCs to have both WiFi and cellular. Dell's Axim Pocket PC.
eBay revamps site, hires Weird Al Yankovic. Biting the hand that feeds IT.
I've been turned down by GoogleAds. I think I'll have some whine with my cheese.
Java 1.4.2. J2SE 1.4.2 released. Already installed!
Matt — Mono 0.25 Released.
Spammers may be infecting your PC. Junk e-mailers are spreading viruses that let them send spam anonymously through home computers, according to an e-mail security firm.
Russ — Blogging For Profit.
A Compact hit from Siemens, the SL55. Quite possibly my next phone.
Treo 600 hands on review. Could Handspring Redefine the Smart Phone?
T-Mobile drives a nail into the Sidekick's coffin. T-Mobile has announced that they are "no longer supporting" the video games they bundled with the color Sidekick.
Fred — J2ME Articles For Beginners.
Kevin — WiFi slam dunk.
Pete — Echo Support.
Elwyn — AllTheWeb Now A Better Search Experience Than Google. Thanks Abrar for the pointer!
A Roadmap for Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) 1.4.2 and 1.5. From a recent JavaOne 2003 session.
Rickard — BileBlog and Marilyn Manson.
Mieux que GCC 3.3.3. IBM is planning to port their C, C++ and Fortran compilers to OS X.
Bill — J2SE 1.4.2 installer nonsense.
Stuart — Debug problem with Intellij IDEA.
Mac OS X 'Panther' confirms upcoming PowerBooks? Pinch o' salt time.
John — Sitting With The Audience.
Zulfikar — Deprecation Should be Deprecated ;)
Nathan — I want.
Music swappers plan protests. The head of the company behind music-swapping service Morpheus plans to lobby Congress over lawsuits.
Moof — Donate to Moof's cause.
AOL backtracks on Winamp media player. America Online's celebrated Nullsoft division is taking a page out of Coca-Cola's playbook, reviving a "classic" version of its flagship Winamp MP3 player.
UN urges wi-fi adoption. The UN thinks wireless networks could help poorer nations narrow the digital divide.
On June 27, 1967 — The world's first cash dispenser was installed at Barclays Bank in Enfield, England. The device was invented by John Sheppard-Barron. The machine operated on a voucher system and the maximum withdrawal was $28.