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Monthly Archive February, 2003

I’d rather switch than fight

February 28, 2003

[Mac Users] Fwd: DarwinPorts Binary Packages _Personally I’m a fan of DarwinPorts over fink because its more BSD like._ Since Virex hosed up my fink installation, I decided to take a look at this. I’m a fan of FreeBSD anyway, so anything the replicates it’s power is good in my book .

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this is an idea worth pursuing

February 27, 2003

News Aggregator for Weblogs At Harvard This is an experiment. I’ve wanted to try this out for quite some time — it’s a mini-aggregator in a Manila site. A managing editor selects feeds for a news page for his or her community. This means that people can learn about and enjoy a news aggregator without […]

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hypertext, post Xanadu

Ben Hammersley.com: of Cigars and hypertext I’m stuck by the meanings of the links themselves. Where they are, what they link to, the words they link with and so on all add an enormous amount of information to the piece. Links can be subtle, ironic, funny, informative, maudlin, depressing, even designed not to be followed […]

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word of the day

Nonsensicon – Alphabetical Browse Blamestorming: Sitting around in a group discussing why a deadline was missed or a project failed, and who was responsible.

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