- Interview to Katharine, the 15 years old creator of AjaxLife, a Second Life web client. Can't wait to get my hands on the code (that is going to be Open Sourced), even despite the fact that it is written in C#: I just want to strip the interface between AjaxLife and lib-secondlife and design a simple interface to the library...
- "The internet's output is data, but its product is freedom"
- Some of my readers already know that I cyclicly rant about this: people munch up some "info" they get and just take it as truth without doing not even the most simple of checks. This pisses me off even more when I see "journalists" doing that same thing. A good example: from the last few days I've seen several sources (from chain-mails to blogs to newspapers) talking about Blackle... And saying it is from Google. HELLO? Check out the page, Blackle is NOT FROM GOOGLE.
- More details about RCRD LBL, but not really exciting
- People have been asking me if I was a Last.fm user, or if I was going to stop using Last.fm just because they did an agreement with Sony. No - of course and obviously not, even because, while some others see it differently, I think that the agreement is good. Just because I refuse to give money to Sony it doesn't mean that I don't use nothing that has some sort of relation with them...
- An interesting essay about the music industry adapting to the new musical era
- W3C is working on a widget standard
- Interview to the guys behind Pirate Bay
- Great essay about how our avatars are ourselves
- Meld is preety neat, and it supports mercurial. I wonder if there's anyone out there with a set of VIM scripts to make VIM do the same thing?
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