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Journal Entry Date
On Cobol 2006.11.01 17:21
News from Suse/Novell 2006.10.15 19:47
More from Steve Yegge 2006.10.07 17:34
More on Perl and XML 2006.10.05 20:47
Some skills are just necessary 2006.10.05 20:18
Shared Nothing is in your future 2006.10.03 18:39
HOP in Action 2006.10.03 17:40
Lisp is dying. Film at 2300 2006.09.27 22:04
Ovid, and Coding Standards 2006.09.27 21:20
Tcl is dead. Film at 2300. 2006.09.25 13:13
The Safety-in-Numbers School of Software Design 2006.09.01 11:53
You can't speed time 2006.08.27 20:16
The Tidal Wave Cometh! 2006.08.01 14:48
Best SF EVER! 2006.07.22 19:24
Dear NSA 2006.05.21 14:45
End of an Era -- at Sun 2006.04.25 9:18
More funny spam.... 2006.04.21 8:42
Rumors revisited 2006.04.12 11:19
Chef's Shenanagans 2006.03.22 13:41
Origami 2006.03.09 10:22
News on ADHD 2006.03.07 11:56
Donations and Open Source 2006.03.01 14:14
Windows is Hazardous to your Work 2006.02.28 22:54
Nancy Typing 2006.02.24 12:42
Normal Forms 2006.02.20 13:57
Of Apples and Windows 2006.02.17 11:12
Solving the Unsolvable 2006.02.14 11:01
OracleDB 2006.02.14 10:42
Macs, PPC and x86 2006.02.07 10:53
Standards and Regexes 2006.01.12 11:42
OSX Hacks 2006.01.06 12:07
This Just In: Java Rots the Brain! 2005.12.29 17:18
Public Service Announcement 2005.12.21 17:04
PDF Hacks 2005.12.19 17:22
Even our detractors agree with us! 2005.12.15 12:52
Snow! 2005.12.05 15:55
Now *That's* Cool 2005.12.01 21:33
CIA / FBI Spamflood 2005.11.23 11:59
Required Reading 2005.11.22 22:43
This just in: sharks have enemies! 2005.11.22 22:28
News from Washington 2005.11.10 19:09
Flu 2005.11.02 22:44
Don't Mess with Maryland! 2005.10.25 17:28
Fighting the signs of aging 2005.10.18 20:27
Google Juice 2005.09.22 9:00
Pay to Play 2005.09.15 10:53
Trends in tech hiring 2005.08.30 21:56
The Blessings of AJAX 2005.08.25 13:09
Chicken Little, In Our Time 2005.08.17 21:33
World Treasures 2005.08.16 23:33
News from the Mid Atlantic 2005.08.14 19:07
Who is on the Supreme Court? 2005.08.14 17:53
Linear Regression Analysis 2005.08.11 10:26
std-dev 2005.08.10 9:10
nth 2005.08.10 8:52
100% Effective Spam Filtering 2005.08.08 8:46
Manipulexity and Whipuptitude 2005.08.05 17:45
Learning from XP. Again. 2005.08.05 13:08
rss2pdf 2005.08.05 12:13
Paranoia in extremis 2005.07.26 22:23
All Your Base Are Belong to ... The Presbyterian Church 2005.07.22 11:32
The Moon Shall Rise Again! 2005.07.20 10:27
Funny Sightings 2005.07.18 21:39
Scenes from DC 2005.07.14 0:01
Plot your IP Address 2005.06.24 9:26
The XP Ideal 2005.06.22 22:31
Lobster Season! 2005.06.22 21:30
Little Boxes...all the same 2005.06.15 20:24
Cunning Quote of the Day 2005.06.13 20:17
MD5 Collisions, revisited. 2005.06.13 9:57
PHP vs. Rails 2005.06.12 8:14
Apple, Intel and ia64 Macs 2005.06.09 21:44
Only in Washington... 2005.06.09 17:22
Parallel Testing 2005.06.09 17:17
Bug Hunting with JavaScript 2005.06.08 11:50
Parsing in perl 2005.06.07 10:48
Useless Meetings, revisited 2005.06.07 10:13
Io - The little language that could 2005.06.04 13:53
TMTOWTDI, not all of them good 2005.06.02 9:18
Advertising for Programmers 2005.06.02 0:58
Useless Meetings 2005.06.01 23:38
Firing on all cylinders 2005.06.01 23:10
Male Pattern Blindness 2005.05.27 14:07
Truth is stranger than fiction 2005.05.27 12:41
Testing, and Programmable Shells 2005.05.26 14:25
svn 1.2.0 2005.05.24 15:46
Fetching mailman archives 2005.05.23 9:44
Mac OS X and Unix Tips 2005.05.15 14:34
Tales of the Basque Cthulu 2005.05.10 16:42
Tiger 2005.05.06 14:07
HHGTTG, and iTunes 2005.05.03 22:55
Kitten War! 2005.05.03 22:02
IRS Form QF 2005.04.19 11:05
News vs. Blogs 2005.04.18 22:28
Cool Conference Swag 2005.04.13 19:33
Thought for the day 2005.04.06 14:27
Dabblers and Blowhards 2005.04.05 20:55
Hard Drive densities still increasing... 2005.04.05 8:46
Google Maps and National Security 2005.04.04 22:00
Cherry Blossom Cam 2005.04.04 16:39
Changes afoot in the Scheme World 2005.04.01 12:56
Quote of the Day 2005.03.30 10:29
Mac Hackers 2005.03.29 22:16
Reasons to learn Haskell #6 2005.03.25 22:29
The Inside Macintosh Problem 2005.03.24 12:08
Lobstergate 2005.03.24 11:29
Fighting with iPhoto 2005.03.18 19:56
Grady Booch on Software Complexity 2005.03.18 11:12
Bozo Bits 2005.03.18 10:06
One step closer to Web 3.0 2005.03.15 23:25
As heard in the car this evening.... 2005.03.15 23:02
Web 3.0? Web 2.5? 2005.03.08 11:56
Gisle saves the day. Again. 2005.03.05 13:13
Save the Chesapeake! 2005.03.03 22:54
Hobbits *did* exist! 2005.03.03 18:06
Cherry Blossoms! 2005.03.03 13:38
Refactoring: Making your code suck less 2005.03.02 12:08
Snow in DC 2005.03.01 9:41
Parsing with Haskell 2005.02.25 11:41
Patterns in Web Development 2005.02.22 23:52
HHGTTG +25 2005.02.17 14:13
Why, and Interactive Ruby 2005.02.17 10:00
What does Perl mean to you? 2005.02.16 22:20
jwz on groupware 2005.02.16 10:04
Avoiding PowerPoint 2005.02.11 10:39
Show me the Theory! 2005.02.10 21:55
On Programming 2005.02.09 12:51
Instant Zeitgeist 2005.02.08 9:38
It's Official: USENET is Dead 2005.02.07 10:24
Vol. 4 Is Here! 2005.02.05 17:53
Go Eagles! 2005.02.05 13:13
Hiring The Best Developers 2005.02.01 23:58
Tech Support 2005.02.01 21:42
Sign of the times 2005.02.01 9:33
What's wrong with OOP 2005.01.20 11:34
All the World's a Blog 2005.01.19 12:05
Spam, Glorious Spam 2005.01.18 9:42
Laziness, Impatience, and avoiding Excel 2005.01.13 22:09
Scenes from Washington, DC 2005.01.12 19:14
Legalese 2005.01.07 13:13
How many messages are in my mailboxes? 2005.01.07 9:47
Moleskines 2005.01.03 0:31
Return of the Twilight Zone! 2004.12.28 22:40
Who needs MSWord when you have vim? 2004.12.27 23:10
When in doubt, Wikipedia 2004.12.27 22:33
It's Over 2004.12.23 0:57
Obscure Paper Products 2004.12.23 0:48
Best Practices in Syndication 2004.12.16 8:57
Disk Space 2004.12.15 23:43
Tales of Stupidity, Chapter XVII 2004.12.11 16:15
Java vs. Perl (with a side of tag soup) 2004.12.09 11:53
It's official 2004.12.07 23:40
Odd Bugs 2004.12.02 9:50
The Problem with Smalltalk, cont'd 2004.12.02 2:06
On Writing Computer Books 2004.12.02 0:02
The Problem with Smalltalk 2004.11.30 20:10
Testing Hacks 2004.11.30 10:33
Pay me now, or pay me later? 2004.11.23 17:12
RSS 2004.11.23 12:42
Kitty Porn 2004.11.19 21:45
When Annoying things happen to Tired People 2004.11.19 19:56
Made in the USA 2004.11.19 10:17
Gifts for Geeks 2004.11.17 22:19
Delicious Library 2004.11.11 12:47
Note to self 2004.11.08 12:57
Passing Time 2004.11.03 23:20
Leaky Abstractions and Language Design 2004.10.25 8:50
Ken Iverson, RIP 2004.10.24 17:29
Neither A nor B 2004.10.21 11:21
Waves of Spam 2004.10.21 8:02
Are you gay? 2004.10.16 21:29
Teapot Defined 2004.10.12 23:44
I knew there was a reason why I avoided learning UML.... 2004.10.07 0:56
Baseball 2004.09.29 22:08
Free Software and the Idiots Who Buy It 2004.09.22 23:00
More on Smalltalk 2004.09.19 22:35
On Learning Smalltalk 2004.09.16 23:06
Smalltalk: An Academic Language? 2004.09.14 21:08
Programming Language Design 2004.09.13 22:46
Predicting the Future, Five Years later 2004.09.06 21:55
G5 iMacs are here! 2004.08.31 9:45
HEREDOCs 2004.08.27 11:21
Poisoning the Java well 2004.08.26 1:06
Damned Statistics 2004.08.25 23:55
And I say to myself, what a wonderful world! 2004.08.25 8:46
Reasons to hate C, #2752 2004.08.18 23:39
Hunting for MP3s 2004.08.14 12:55
On Cathedrals and Bazaars 2004.08.12 8:48
Dynamic Languages 2004.08.11 9:22
Enterprise Sales are Weird... 2004.08.10 20:31
Newfound Respect for Class::DBI 2004.08.10 9:57
Where are the Junior Programmers? 2004.08.10 0:05
Code Optimization is irrelevant 2004.08.09 22:46
Life Changing Events 2004.08.09 21:57
The myths and facts of many eyeballs 2004.08.09 21:17
Famous for .15 Seconds 2004.08.06 11:05
The Rule of Seven 2004.08.06 10:49
Database Abstractions 2004.08.06 10:14
Parrot and Tcl, revisited 2004.07.29 17:20
Parrot, Perl, Python, PHP and Tcl 2004.07.28 17:13
OSCon Day 2 2004.07.28 16:38
Namespace Collisions 2004.07.28 16:19
OSCon Day 1 2004.07.27 18:22
OSCon Day 0 2004.07.27 17:57
OSCon Day -1 2004.07.27 17:53
You know you're a Perl Geek when.... 2004.07.21 10:34
Growing pains around Java 5 2004.07.21 8:40
Symmetric Insanity 2004.07.19 8:47
RDF: What is it good for? 2004.07.08 22:00
Languages of the Future 2004.07.08 21:31
Alan Kay has been busy.... 2004.07.04 18:37
Lisp: An idea whose time has come 2004.06.30 22:19
Windows Viruses as Golf 2004.06.30 17:56
AppleScript Delenda Est 2004.06.29 23:12
Slow news day 2004.06.25 21:20
Certification 2004.06.22 23:04
Test driven development by Triangulation 2004.06.18 18:37
Joel and the future of Microsoft 2004.06.16 10:59
State machines 2004.06.05 11:59
Stuffing the online ballot box 2004.05.21 7:42
PayPal Scam 2004.05.11 18:26
Read the darn output! 2004.04.27 9:20
Funds for FreeBSD 2004.04.13 7:52
Unlearning old habits 2004.04.10 10:12
Wow! 2004.04.04 12:48
As seen on the Metro 2004.04.02 9:03
The US Elections heat up... 2004.04.02 8:52
Tips for web services 2004.03.31 21:43
James Clark on XML Abstractions 2004.03.31 20:34
Gay Marriage and Shrimp 2004.03.28 12:08
Job News 2004.03.23 20:41
Design flaws with Java Generics 2004.03.12 17:28
Fight clean, or don't fight at all 2004.03.12 12:59
SCO vs. IBM, part XXXVIII 2004.03.04 10:29
This just in: Excel Considered Harmful! 2004.03.01 13:06
Life in the 21st Century 2004.02.27 18:06
Learning through Unit Tests 2004.02.26 13:53
Patching running code 2004.02.25 11:14
The Myth of Mac Marketshare 2004.02.23 12:26
Open Source Java 2004.02.19 18:21
Is your company fatally dysfunctional? 2004.02.19 15:23
TestKit.framework and XCode 2004.02.14 0:01
DiskImage Hacks on Mac OS X 2004.02.13 23:18
Contest of the Day: Trig Functions 2004.02.11 17:44
Nostalga 2004.02.11 10:18
More News from ETech 2004.02.10 10:59
The Importance of Blogging 2004.02.10 10:57
SCO vs. IBM 2004.02.06 17:45
Orkut: It's about free beer 2004.02.04 9:41
Career Paths 2004.02.03 10:22
Where is Lisp used? 2004.01.29 11:35
Case Study in .Net Usage 2004.01.28 19:31
If greed doesn't work, try fear! 2004.01.28 11:56
Question of the Day: WMA 2004.01.27 21:42
Love is... 2004.01.27 20:18
Orkut's Achilles Heel 2004.01.27 11:59
Scenes from a snow day 2004.01.26 11:35
Manned mission to Mars 2004.01.25 20:27
Success! 2004.01.25 17:34
Cosmic Coincidences 2004.01.25 12:23
Question of the Day: France 2004.01.23 15:50
When did Web Services get so complicated? 2004.01.21 13:44
Outsourcing and offshoring, continued 2004.01.20 18:07
Good News for Oracle/FreeBSD Users! 2004.01.19 18:15
Politics, American Style 2004.01.19 12:08
Old habits are hard to break 2004.01.15 9:52
Reconaissance from Mars 2004.01.13 15:58
Lisp Tools 2004.01.12 21:08
People Oriented development 2004.01.12 12:13
It's a nukular arms race, son 2004.01.09 13:19
The New "New New Thing" 2004.01.09 12:52
Time to move back to Vancouver? 2004.01.09 10:32
WebXQuery 2004.01.06 18:55
RMS on the 20th Anniversary of GNU 2004.01.05 10:47
Privacy and Tracking 2004.01.04 16:41
Unification Theory 2004.01.04 16:21
Leap Seconds 2003.12.30 21:54
Introducing lython 2003.12.26 18:20
Webbed Continuations 2003.12.25 11:54
Outsourcing IT 2003.12.23 14:21
More news from SCO 2003.12.22 15:33
Only in the USA 2003.12.21 16:22
Retrograde Motion 2003.12.16 19:16
Java vs. .Net 2003.12.16 13:48
Kerry for President 2003.12.15 10:27
Macros 2003.12.12 10:49
Python is eeevil... 2003.12.10 23:08
A Filesystem written in Python 2003.12.10 20:49
Deanspace 2003.12.10 18:46
The Ongoing Search for WMD... 2003.12.04 16:48
Open Source at its finest 2003.12.03 20:20
News from the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search 2003.12.02 17:26
MIT OpenCourseWare 2003.12.01 12:33
Python: The world's Cleanest Language 2003.11.29 12:33
Back to the innovation argument 2003.11.27 12:16
Smurfin' Smurf! 2003.11.26 16:45
Of Dragons and Migranes 2003.11.26 16:40
Rules for Software 2003.11.21 13:53
Perl for College Students 2003.11.20 16:47
Supercomputing revisited 2003.11.19 19:24
iPod over the stereo 2003.11.19 18:54
Dittos, gnat! 2003.11.19 17:54
Is it time to short MSFT? 2003.11.19 13:59
EMI encourages copyright violations 2003.11.18 9:56
Classics on the Web 2003.11.14 12:50
Closures 2003.11.12 22:23
Computers in the classroom 2003.11.12 12:13
Scenes from a Sunday 2003.11.09 14:53
The Point behind the Semantic Web 2003.11.08 15:45
Alternatives to the Proprietary Software Model 2003.11.08 15:02
Movie Rental Reviews 2003.11.06 16:51
Chess vs. Poker 2003.10.29 22:05
Brushfires 2003.10.28 17:22
Innumerable 2003.10.28 17:17
Ouch! 2003.10.28 13:35
New SPAM Vector 2003.10.24 17:03
Cool things about Mac OS X 2003.10.24 16:13
Schneider on Terrorism Information Awareness 2003.10.22 13:28
His name is Linux 2003.10.20 9:54
Thoughts on the Semantic Web 2003.10.18 16:20
Identity Theft 2003.10.17 10:28
Arc 2003.10.15 22:18
Um, Wow! 2003.10.15 14:06
Midtown NYC 2003.10.14 17:19
Sexp in the City 2003.10.14 17:08
This just in... 2003.10.10 16:19
Competition from Linux 2003.10.09 20:36
Abuse of state machines 2003.10.09 20:18
More reasons to like Mac laptops 2003.10.09 13:53
I Miss Philly 2003.10.08 23:52
IE and Half Life 2003.10.06 13:06
Only in NYC 2003.10.05 11:20
Joy achieves escape velocity from Sun 2003.10.04 16:50
Kerberos Explained 2003.10.03 13:25
Commuting 2003.09.30 22:41
More Health news... 2003.09.30 21:58
Pyramid, Schmyramid 2003.09.30 21:54
Tips for Car Theives 2003.09.30 11:13
The Bad Old Days 2003.09.30 11:08
Universal Constants 2003.09.24 23:50
Waylayed in Philadelphia 2003.09.24 17:39
Problems with wxPerl 2003.09.21 18:13
Jelliffe's Law 2003.09.15 14:46
The problem with CDs 2003.09.15 10:05
The benefits of total control 2003.09.14 17:13
Debunking Myths 2003.09.14 16:58
September Returns 2003.09.09 9:18
Tech History 2003.09.08 8:13
Problems with the French 2003.09.07 10:36
Personal Servers 2003.09.06 19:20
More from Martin Fowler 2003.09.05 20:59
Thoughts on the SWEBOK 2003.09.05 20:27
MSHS 2003.09.05 10:00
Expensive Books 2003.09.04 17:07
Backups 2003.09.02 21:10
Productivity 2003.09.02 13:36
Why we use Perl 2003.09.02 12:30
Benefits to Open Source 2003.09.01 16:55
Thinking about C++ 2003.08.31 11:51
Lessons to learn from Dell 2003.08.30 22:19
Diet of the week 2003.08.28 13:55
EuroPatent demonstrations 2003.08.28 9:12
Hardware Performance 2003.08.28 7:06
Agita 2003.08.26 15:10
The Joy of Multiple Implementations 2003.08.25 8:08
Good ideas have legs 2003.08.20 22:37
On Shunning Microsoft 2003.08.20 9:20
Some people are just plain stupid 2003.08.20 8:38
Terry Tate Denied 2003.08.18 8:16
Redundancy 2003.08.14 16:27
The app formerly known as Hydra 2003.08.13 10:37
Python Pitfalls 2003.08.13 10:11
Terry Tate for CA Governor! 2003.08.12 22:31
Patterns of Software now online 2003.08.11 8:46
Bad news for XM 2003.08.08 14:40
The Myth of XML 2003.08.08 13:52
Ximian Purchased 2003.08.04 10:17
Perl Angst 2003.08.02 16:49
This one goes to eleven 2003.08.01 11:20
BuyMusic.com 2003.08.01 10:06
What is Perl? 2003.07.24 20:21
Linux in Munich 2003.07.23 21:32
Three years of .NET 2003.07.23 21:01
Windows: Productivity tool or Sinister Conspiracy? 2003.07.23 20:56
Is Perl advocacy dead? 2003.07.23 20:44
More Summer Music 2003.07.23 19:44
Cryptographic Arrogance 2003.07.23 19:16
Good Technology 2003.07.22 12:45
Big Budget IT Projects 2003.07.21 9:05
XML and EDI 2003.07.19 10:32
Being root is like that.... 2003.07.19 10:06
Use a Better Browser 2003.07.19 10:01
The future of the Tech Industry 2003.07.18 12:38
Tale of two Convention Centers 2003.07.17 13:16
Some shit you just can't mail... 2003.07.15 17:53
Buzzword of the day 2003.07.02 13:50
The true reason why the web exists 2003.07.02 13:47
On Media 2003.07.01 10:56
Summer Music 2003.06.30 9:55
Now Playing 2003.06.27 11:06
A cautionary tale for open source 2003.06.26 10:46
Yet more SCO news 2003.06.21 13:51
Rites of Passage 2003.06.19 22:06
SPAM as a foreign trade 2003.06.18 9:34
US Patents 2003.06.14 12:19
Mandates, Preferences and Neutrality 2003.06.12 14:15
Government Technology 2003.06.12 13:33
Nigerian Spam 2003.06.11 9:14
WMD 2003.06.10 19:23
As the SCO turns 2003.06.10 19:22
Time flies 2003.06.09 19:42
WiFi Mesh 2003.06.09 19:27
Where do you want to go today? 2003.06.06 17:22
Monkey Suits 2003.06.06 17:20
Corporate Warfare 2003.06.06 14:45
Perl really is cool. 2003.06.06 13:11
RFID 2003.06.06 12:55
Words you never expect to hear 2003.06.05 19:43
Nissan Xterra 2003.06.04 21:18
Redmondology and Mozilla 2003.06.03 12:47
open 2003.05.30 9:48
Slow news day 2003.05.29 11:10
More SCO News 2003.05.28 12:50
MySQL and SAP DB 2003.05.28 8:25
Solaris x86 2003.05.27 15:45
Apple vs. Microsoft? 2003.05.25 18:54
SCO, Linux and large companies 2003.05.25 13:47
Problems with NTBackup 2003.05.23 10:35
Futurama 2003.05.23 9:16
Truth in Advertising 2003.05.21 15:45
Python for Screen Scraping 2003.05.20 16:29
Springsteen on XM 2003.05.20 13:28
.NET: Asbestos for the enterprise? 2003.05.20 12:35
Speed 3 publicity stunt? 2003.05.20 11:21
Ugh. 2003.05.19 14:29
MS, SCO and IBM 2003.05.19 12:29
Matrix Reloaded 2003.05.19 8:44
Time for a Movie 2003.05.17 23:05
Saving High School by Bicycle 2003.05.16 16:58
Scheming 2003.05.16 12:53
Language Design: Once and Only Once? 2003.05.16 12:39
Overstaffing in IT 2003.05.14 11:31
Props to Cupertino 2003.05.14 8:29
Almost heard on the street today 2003.05.14 7:55
Morning spam 2003.05.12 8:15
WROX 2003.05.09 15:13
Gene Roddenberry, Prophet 2003.05.06 20:46
Lies, meaningless statistics and extrapolations 2003.05.06 12:45
ZeroInstall 2003.05.06 10:25
Geography Trivia 2003.05.05 18:33
Broadband Providers 2003.05.03 10:55
Secrets of Anthrax discovered 2003.05.03 10:23
SCO, and the sound of history repeating itself 2003.05.02 11:02
iTunes Streaming 2003.05.01 17:42
Tale of Two Apples 2003.04.30 14:31
Perspectives on 64-Bit Computing 2003.04.30 11:41
Killing Spam 2003.04.30 8:38
Sam Calagione is a wild and crazy brewer... 2003.04.28 23:00
XM vs. Sirius Radio 2003.04.28 22:28
New Speaker Orientation 2003.04.28 21:52
Serendipity 2003.04.27 15:47
Return to sanity 2003.04.24 10:59
Aural Juxtapositions 2003.04.23 18:50
Standardizing on Windows 2003.04.23 9:08
DARPA vs. OpenBSD 2003.04.23 8:35
New Horizon in Stem Cell Research 2003.04.23 8:28
Bizarro IP Protection policies 2003.04.22 19:18
Alpaca 2003.04.22 14:00
E. F. Codd, RIP 2003.04.22 12:20
Fighting the inevitable 2003.04.20 13:15
Waste into Oil? 2003.04.17 9:25
Belgium. Land of Beer? 2003.04.17 8:06
Switch to Web Services 2003.04.16 14:38
Conflict in the Middle East 2003.04.15 18:17
Slow news day 2003.04.14 12:48
Google 2003.04.14 9:34
MySQL factoids 2003.04.14 8:38
Beer: the key to innovation 2003.04.14 8:33
Reapplying bayesian classification 2003.04.08 17:11
Ways to fund TPF 2003.04.08 9:53
Hangovers from the 8-bit era 2003.04.06 12:41
Microsoft vs. Google 2003.04.04 11:16
Diffie and the fundemental insecurity of closed source 2003.04.02 15:54
Lisp isn't any more dead than usual this week.... 2003.04.01 22:52
Pranks 2003.04.01 13:35
WE DID IT! 2003.04.01 11:47
Peter Arnett 2003.03.31 15:58
Web Services and Inefficiencies 2003.03.31 11:16
Volunteerism 2003.03.29 13:36
Damn Windows... 2003.03.27 14:37
Python Presentation Judo 2003.03.27 9:03
Twisted 2003.03.26 13:48
PyChecker 2003.03.26 13:38
PyCon DC 2003 2003.03.26 12:13
Science Fiction becomes Reality 2003.03.25 12:37
Dissing RDF 2003.03.25 12:11
SQLite and MySQL 2003.03.24 10:19
Snobbery, FUD and getting the job done 2003.03.24 10:06
Travel Options 2003.03.23 17:30
Egovos conference, Day 3 2003.03.22 15:30
Egovos Conference, day 2 2003.03.22 14:57
Abrupt Transitions 2003.03.22 14:10
War Experts and Fiction 2003.03.22 12:25
DVDs to avoid when avoiding War coverage 2003.03.21 22:44
Scenes from a Friday 2003.03.21 16:08
War, DVDs and The Time Machine 2003.03.20 21:55
Language Police 2003.03.20 19:14
Geek Trivia #7 2003.03.20 18:16
News from Montgomery County, MD 2003.03.20 17:30
WROX 2003.03.20 14:18
Scenes from a Monday 2003.03.17 23:43
As heard in the Living Room on Sunday Morning 2003.03.16 10:39
Deja Vu 2003.03.12 10:07
Irony 2003.03.11 10:00
"Petty Little Wars" 2003.03.09 11:04
Vaccinations and Compensation 2003.03.06 17:09
iBooks in Maine 2003.03.05 10:08
This just in: the other axis of evil 2003.03.04 10:18
The Other Road Ahead 2003.03.04 9:58
Patent Insanity 2003.02.25 13:32
Linus rates the itanium 2003.02.25 12:00
Another chilling effect 2003.02.24 20:44
RTF 2003.02.24 17:12
Style and diplomacy 2003.02.24 16:39
How to pay for the War on Terror 2003.02.24 10:07
Attention grabbing headlines 2003.02.21 12:43
Snow, glorious snow 2003.02.20 17:06
Geek Trivia #6 2003.02.20 16:27
Catching up on useperl journals 2003.02.18 23:56
Software Updates 2003.02.13 15:06
Elevated Security Levels 2003.02.13 11:59
Now things start to get interesting.... 2003.02.13 11:50
Will Redmond ever learn? 2003.02.10 11:47
Geek Trivia #5 2003.02.08 15:42
Signs of a litigious society 2003.02.08 15:29
Geek Trivia #4 2003.02.05 11:11
Perl and XML adoption 2003.02.05 11:00
Tips for making test builds of Perl 2003.02.03 23:43
Is it April 1st yet? 2003.02.03 9:36
This problem calls for ... SQLite! 2003.02.02 16:34
Is fiber dead? 2003.01.31 11:21
TeXShop 2003.01.30 23:28
DocBook-X 2003.01.28 19:56
Perl Events in 2003 2003.01.24 14:33
Geek Trivia #3 2003.01.18 19:36
Prosecuting Richard Reid 2003.01.18 19:12
On naming files 2003.01.18 19:02
Wireless security 2003.01.18 18:33
Extreme Programming where it counts 2003.01.18 12:54
Java vs. .NET? 2003.01.15 9:31
Perils of improper spam filters 2003.01.12 10:54
Another Safari nit 2003.01.11 13:39
Geek Trivia #2 2003.01.10 10:48
iCal 2003.01.08 10:36
Safari browser 2003.01.08 0:05
More iTunes trickery 2003.01.05 18:46
iTunes and ID3 2003.01.05 18:34
Geek Trivia #1 2003.01.03 14:34
Meteo 2003.01.03 10:12
Supercomputing 2002.12.31 10:59
ThermaCare 2002.12.30 16:41
OS X Install (sans Classic) 2002.12.30 16:17
Chimera update 2002.12.30 15:54
Programming Languages 2002.12.27 15:51
The Magic of Worms 2002.12.16 16:31
More WindowMaker hackery 2002.12.12 17:22
Microsoft and Linux 2002.12.10 19:59
Another WindowMaker hack 2002.12.10 19:51
Free Beer! 2002.12.04 16:29
Dual Licensing 2002.12.04 13:47
WindowMaker 2002.12.04 12:21
Fooling around 2002.12.03 19:29
iBook update 2002.11.28 11:50
REST Apps 2002.11.27 17:53
Interesting Mac Rumor 2002.11.27 9:43
Wonky iBook 2002.11.20 22:22
Stanley Park: Gateway to Paradise 2002.11.20 22:10
iBook Parts 2002.11.18 15:55
Productivity 2002.11.12 16:00
Bibi, Arafat, and Philip Jose Farmer 2002.11.12 15:39
Nice. 2002.11.12 15:33
Upgrading and Downgrading 2002.11.07 16:24
The future of Solaris 2002.11.06 14:48
Justifications for code generation 2002.11.04 13:06
Joel on Bug Tracking 2002.11.04 12:37
More reasons to not to use Microsoft software 2002.11.04 12:33
Bad browser usability 2002.11.01 22:46
Book sizes at O'Reilly 2002.11.01 22:10
Sysadmin Salaries 2002.11.01 16:30
Network appliances on the outs 2002.11.01 10:53
Backing up the iBook 2002.10.31 16:37
iBooks, Backlighting and Backups 2002.10.31 16:18
iCal 2002.10.28 13:20
Innovation in software 2002.10.27 19:16
Copyright in the digital era 2002.10.27 14:23
Cringely on the dotcom era 2002.10.25 10:38
The Boston Expos? 2002.10.25 10:00
Another Switched Ad parody 2002.10.24 14:53
End of the sniper attacks? 2002.10.24 10:30
Internet Accessability 2002.10.23 11:48
New on Fritz's Hit List 2002.10.15 15:11
Journaling filesystems in OS X? 2002.10.15 14:42
Not learning from history 2002.10.15 14:34
Still avoiding T*Mobile 2002.10.15 14:23
2000 Elections 2002.10.14 16:16
X Windows, KDE and Vim 2002.10.09 15:36
Security: something worth paying for 2002.10.09 14:25
The Parable of the Languages 2002.10.09 10:59
RDF 2002.10.08 23:29
Inane Hollywood pricing heuristics 2002.10.07 21:02
Local News 2002.10.07 12:42
ICFP Results 2002.10.07 5:33
The importance of web site accessability 2002.10.07 5:09
UN Security Council Resolutions 2002.10.07 4:54
Coffee and headaches 2002.10.06 14:03
The true promise of mobile computing 2002.10.04 10:46
.Net saves lives! 2002.10.03 21:17
Fritz's Hit List 2002.10.02 14:14
Microsoft users switching by the thousands 2002.10.02 12:44
Privacy 2002.09.30 15:58
Understanding Tony Bowden 2002.09.30 13:27
Mac OS X and Windows 2002.09.30 12:19
Valenti on Copyright 2002.09.30 10:16
unböring 2002.09.29 17:47
Government Funded Open Source 2002.09.29 13:43
Fat Cows 2002.09.29 11:33
IMF Protests 2002.09.27 16:51
Copyright gone awry 2002.09.24 14:07
New Yahoo! Feeds 2002.09.23 14:32
More on electronic voting 2002.09.23 13:45
Tips on tea 2002.09.23 10:55
Electronic Voting 2002.09.23 8:48
Learning from the past 2002.09.23 8:31
The Daily Google 2002.09.23 8:14
A recent conversation 2002.09.17 20:34
Fruits of casual browsing 2002.09.16 20:56
Reverse Engineering 2002.09.16 20:16
Better living through Tobacco 2002.09.14 11:51
Erma Bombeck's Diet 2002.09.13 18:05
Sun should stop nursing Swing 2002.09.12 16:47
Technology Drivers 2002.09.12 13:40
False alarm 2002.09.12 12:27
Fast XML Processing 2002.09.12 10:42
News from around the World 2002.09.11 16:42
Winerisms 2002.09.11 16:04
US News 2002.09.11 13:10
Anniversaries 2002.09.11 11:23
We control the hardware... 2002.09.09 16:05
Software Choice 2002.09.08 21:46
Aaron Swartz on RSS 2002.09.08 21:15
Dave Barry on Language 2002.09.08 21:12
Interesting Trends in Business 2002.09.08 14:22
Just say NO! to .DOC 2002.09.07 11:13
FSF Awards 2002.09.06 13:00
Rumormongering 2002.09.06 11:54
SDForum 2002.09.06 9:28
Interesting trends 2002.09.06 9:21
Listen to your code 2002.09.05 16:47
Interesting uses of SOAP 2002.09.05 7:03
Turnabout 2002.09.04 10:51
Countermeasures 2002.09.04 9:47
CyberSTOP Cafe 2002.09.03 22:47
Signs 2002.09.03 22:43
The Dominos start to fall 2002.08.30 17:50
Factoids 2002.08.30 13:07
Cart before the horse 2002.08.30 11:42
Open Source ZeroConf 2002.08.29 22:55
Upgrades 2002.08.29 22:35
Top two guidelines to using SOAP 2002.08.27 12:37
More on RIAA's bellyaching 2002.08.27 12:05
Reparation ad absurdum 2002.08.27 11:28
Spam Conference 2002.08.26 14:22
Update on the Beastie Boys case 2002.08.26 11:44
Pixie Dust 2002.08.26 9:58
The arrogance of open source 2002.08.26 9:46
Secrets to success 2002.08.26 8:32
The last word in scanning 2002.08.26 8:19
Jazz 2002.08.24 14:03
Things to do in DC 2002.08.24 13:32
Trustworthy Monocultures 2002.08.23 15:45
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet 2002.08.23 10:57
Winer whines on Lessig, again 2002.08.22 9:55
I didn't know you performed with the Beastie Boys... 2002.08.22 9:25
True 2002.08.21 15:13
Beer Goggles 2002.08.21 10:49
Three kinds of free 2002.08.20 16:56
Meaningless statistics 2002.08.20 16:41
Quick primer on running XSLT stylesheets 2002.08.20 16:29
Chimera 2002.08.20 15:48
Usability 2002.08.19 9:54
Small is Beautiful 2002.08.19 9:12
IE SSL Vulnerability 2002.08.19 8:47
Apache/Windows vulnerability 2002.08.19 8:34
Mad Deer Disease 2002.08.19 0:30
Microsoft Web Fonts 2002.08.18 15:56
Dave Winer 2002.08.18 14:52
Microsoft, Open Source and Government 2002.08.16 12:16
Grado Headphones 2002.08.15 23:11
More genetics news 2002.08.15 14:26
Birds in Australia 2002.08.15 11:19
The Zachman Framework 2002.08.13 10:04
Good Genetics news 2002.08.12 13:48
Daily Batch of RISKs 2002.08.12 11:51
Truth is stranger than lightning talks 2002.08.10 15:55
Spelunking for bits 2002.08.10 13:30
Where did our history go? 2002.08.09 15:41
Another few hours lost 2002.08.09 11:21
Design Patterns in Perl 2002.08.08 16:14
Innovation in Austin 2002.08.08 13:00
The problem with Jack Valenti 2002.08.08 10:48
what is dot net 2002.08.08 8:17
Politics as humor 2002.08.07 16:38
Open vs. Proprietary 2002.08.07 13:22
Edsger Dijkstra 2002.08.07 11:48
Clear Channel 2002.08.07 10:05
Virtual servers 2002.08.07 9:32
Windows Priviledge Escalation exploits 2002.08.06 21:46
OS X Browsers 2002.08.06 17:41
Trains 2002.08.06 17:29
Adventures in OS X 2002.08.05 22:58
Adventures in Open Source 2002.08.05 22:35
Waiting on Windows 2002.08.05 9:08
Five weeks into OS X 2002.08.05 8:37
Book of the month 2002.08.03 16:00
Old habits die hard 2002.08.03 15:41
Naive coding 2002.08.03 15:35
Another OSCon Schedule contribution 2002.07.21 0:53
Slow news day 2002.07.19 16:51
Thoughts on Java 2002.07.18 10:39
Scripting in .NET 2002.07.18 10:26
Irrational Exhuberance 2002.07.18 9:02
OS X trick of the day 2002.07.17 19:22
Sleeping Cats 2002.07.17 15:58
Coffee 2002.07.17 15:37
Censorship 2002.07.17 10:16
Languages and IDEs 2002.07.15 10:20
Keysigning: JFDI 2002.07.13 8:49
More things to like about OS X 2002.07.12 17:09
OS X and xterms 2002.07.11 16:19
Keysigning at TPC 2002.07.11 15:45
Ignore it long enough, and it will go away 2002.07.11 14:10
Dawn of the Dark Ages 2002.07.11 14:06
Ambitious open source projects 2002.07.11 12:20
Interesting software 2002.07.10 20:17
Falafel 2002.07.10 9:37
America's Game 2002.07.10 9:15
iBooks 2002.07.09 16:50
Time to play catch up 2002.07.09 13:26
New favorite CPAN idiom 2002.07.09 13:18
Biodiversity is GOOD for you! 2002.07.08 15:55
Running Silent 2002.07.08 11:48
Reunification 2002.07.04 8:53
Smoked Salmon 2002.07.02 10:17
Plonk 2002.06.24 22:14
JSIS 2002.06.24 12:21
Health Insurance 2002.06.24 8:54
Extreme Programming 2002.06.24 7:58
Opting-out of the web 2002.06.19 22:12
Lisp is Evil... 2002.06.19 12:02
Programming and Arches 2002.06.17 20:23
Joel on Economics 2002.06.17 11:49
On creating virtual machines 2002.06.17 8:30
Oh, the irony of it all... 2002.06.11 15:14
Plots 2002.06.10 12:51
Cooking the books 2002.06.10 12:40
Newsflash: Java is boring 2002.06.10 9:27
Problems with smaller CPUs 2002.06.10 9:11
Last week's theme, revised. 2002.06.10 9:02
PalmOS 5 2002.06.10 8:27
Bandwidth 2002.06.08 10:34
On Blogging 2002.06.07 14:43
Spam of the day 2002.06.06 11:05
This week's theme 2002.06.05 15:51
Global Spam 2002.06.05 12:06
Small is beautiful 2002.06.05 8:45
Shot heard round the 'net 2002.06.05 8:22
Buying a new monitor 2002.06.03 11:28
Flash and Usability 2002.06.03 8:14
Less joy, more pain 2002.06.02 22:39
MS Office becoming irrelevant 2002.06.02 15:36
Forecasting 2002.06.02 15:24
Standardized XML Vocabularies considered harmful 2002.05.31 9:50
Security through intimidation 2002.05.30 16:12
Research Item 2002.05.30 11:29
Damn Windows... 2002.05.29 18:17
Distribution Consolidation 2002.05.29 11:36
This is sooo lame.... 2002.05.29 11:04
M & M & Bootlegs 2002.05.29 10:48
Open Source in government 2002.05.24 15:05
More memory 2002.05.24 11:13
Quote of the Day 2002.05.24 9:53
Efficiency 2002.05.22 18:03
Public funds and Proprietary Software 2002.05.22 15:07
AbiWord 2002.05.21 18:27
New Perl Success Story 2002.05.21 18:18
Old Backdoors never die 2002.05.21 18:16
Economics and Marketing 2002.05.21 12:09
Quote of the Day 2002.05.21 11:49
MP3 Library 2002.05.20 16:21
Spam, glorious spam! 2002.05.17 16:11
Corporations and the Public 2002.05.17 16:08
Open Source Advocacy 2002.05.17 8:00
Oh, the irony 2002.05.16 21:16
Remediating PowerPoint 2002.05.16 14:10
Removing cruft 2002.05.16 13:22
Overbroad protection of copyright 2002.05.16 7:21
Hollywood and Music 2002.05.16 6:51
Cats are tricky beasties 2002.05.15 19:16
Searching the Wayback Machine 2002.05.15 19:01
FreeBSD and Perl 2002.05.15 18:55
Finger vs. Gummi-finger 2002.05.15 18:26
Freaky Coincidences in Package Management 2002.05.15 14:42
XServe 2002.05.14 22:36
This hypometer goes to eleven! 2002.05.14 22:08
OS X Adoption 2002.05.14 21:55
XSLT Compilers 2002.05.14 21:48
XML Databases 2002.05.14 21:44
Neat Hacks 2002.05.14 21:32
ENOSITE 2002.05.14 13:54
Who controlls innovation? 2002.05.13 10:51
Bikes at YAPC::St Louis 2002.05.10 19:01
Lisp Machines 2002.05.10 13:52
The Upgrade Treadmill 2002.05.10 9:34
Accepting Donations 2002.05.10 8:57
Crusoe 2002.05.10 8:54
PalmOS and User Interfaces 2002.05.10 8:48
A view from the future 2002.05.10 8:28
Art for the masses 2002.05.10 8:12
Interesting Error Messages 2002.05.09 17:25
News from the Federal Reserve 2002.05.09 13:35
Allchin in Denial 2002.05.09 13:33
App Servers 2002.05.09 9:24
Coffee Paraphrenalia 2002.05.09 9:11
Good Backpacks 2002.05.09 9:06
Multiple language development in .NET 2002.05.09 8:49
Making money from Free Software 2002.05.08 11:37
Profiting from Open Source 2002.05.08 11:13
The Periodic Table 2002.05.08 9:14
HPaq Roadmap 2002.05.08 8:57
Thoughts on digitizing libraries 2002.05.08 0:22
As heard in the car this evening.... 2002.05.07 22:41
New SPAM tactic? 2002.05.06 12:55
Multi-language paradigms 2002.05.06 12:48
Public data and monopoly software 2002.05.04 10:44
Meaningless statistics about C# 2002.05.04 9:32
New Extreme Sports! 2002.05.03 9:43
eMacs and the Mac SE 2002.05.03 8:10
Fixing security bugs 2002.05.02 11:11
Iterators 2002.05.02 10:07
Hackathons vs. retreats 2002.05.02 9:49
Ruby Docs 2002.05.02 9:43
A Phildickian Future 2002.05.02 9:32
Note to Ted Turner 2002.05.02 9:27
Keep your plastic at home 2002.05.02 9:23
What are Web Services? 2002.05.01 16:09
More crowding of the airwaves 2002.05.01 9:38
Mozilla and Microsoft 2002.05.01 9:16
Good days and bad 2002.04.30 16:02
New ARM 2002.04.30 8:25
Dammit! 2002.04.29 15:40
Global Warming 2002.04.29 13:45
WS-I vs. W3C 2002.04.25 11:09
SOAP vs. Non-SOAP 2002.04.25 9:22
Wordplay 2002.04.24 13:31
The Knowledge Navigator, 15 years later 2002.04.24 8:35
A Legal Comedy of Errors 2002.04.23 15:38
Oh, Ohio! 2002.04.23 12:50
XML is starting to implode 2002.04.23 12:36
Refuting the Bazaar 2002.04.23 12:18
Monopolist or Enabler? 2002.04.22 13:34
Programming Language Engineering 2002.04.22 13:25
Today's top story: SOAP vs. REST 2002.04.18 17:34
Rain, glorious rain 2002.04.18 16:39
Longbets 2002.04.18 10:56
SOAP: Who needs it? 2002.04.18 10:44
Certification 2002.04.18 10:39
Tabbed Browsing 2002.04.18 10:33
William Gibson Quotes 2002.04.18 10:30
Unintended Consequences 2002.04.18 10:22
More on language advocacy 2002.04.18 10:08
C++ today, and C++ at Microsoft 2002.04.18 10:05
More FUD, more Hotmail 2002.04.16 11:42
Unicode 3.2.0 2002.04.16 8:38
Java? Dead? Really? 2002.04.15 10:30
Why software patents are bad 2002.04.15 10:12
Fighting bad laws 2002.04.12 14:58
CRM 2002.04.11 11:18
Hailstorm is dead 2002.04.11 10:11
Geeks out for dinner 2002.04.10 22:15
Sagacity 2002.04.10 21:45
RMS on Copyrights 2002.04.10 11:24
The three-legged ring to rule them all 2002.04.10 9:30
Big honkin' numbers 2002.04.08 20:37
A world of hurtin' 2002.04.08 20:31
The way in 2002.04.04 15:26
Google Ranking 2002.04.01 16:23
Procmail filters 2002.04.01 10:17
The way out is through! 2002.04.01 9:48
YAML, meet SOX 2002.03.30 13:33
Eric Raymond and Open Source 2002.03.30 13:11
An annecdote about esr 2002.03.30 12:57
Gosling, OSX and XP 2002.03.30 12:08
Gosling on C# 2002.03.30 11:54
The old new thing 2002.03.29 11:33
Colors 2002.03.29 11:13
Standing up for the Public Interest 2002.03.29 11:04
Here we go again 2002.03.29 10:31
Abuse of power and RICO 2002.03.29 10:15
Teaching XML 2002.03.28 10:26
Zoning 2002.03.26 20:23
In the Zone 2002.03.26 20:07
Backlog 2002.03.26 19:31
Project Piggyback 2002.03.25 10:15
Redmondian Rumors 2002.03.25 10:11
Newsflash: Feeping Creatures not a benefit 2002.03.25 9:52
Corrupt is the land of many laws 2002.03.25 9:48
Hotmail 2002.03.22 14:16
Modern Music 2002.03.16 11:08
Decennial innovation, again 2002.03.16 10:27
Hurd, Schmurd. 2002.03.15 16:46
Eyes on the Prize 2002.03.15 10:56
Pay by the byte? 2002.03.15 10:46
H4 on display 2002.03.15 10:43
Faster than a speeding bullet 2002.03.14 15:35
Addendum to Perl Antipattern #3.14159 2002.03.12 22:06
Perl Antipattern #3.14159 2002.03.12 15:45
As seen on the london.pm list... 2002.03.11 23:50
Legacy laden systems 2002.03.11 23:41
AOL and Linux 2002.03.11 9:21
State Quarters 2002.03.11 9:08
Timelessness 2002.03.10 22:52
Turing's notes on Enigma 2002.03.10 14:30
total 2002.03.10 14:17
Memetic propagation 2002.03.10 13:48
Cherry Blossoms 2002.03.10 12:56
Why Turing? 2002.03.06 18:37
XML Pipeline 2002.03.04 14:49
Please go away... 2002.03.04 12:06
Antipatterns in Perl 2002.03.01 15:01
Meeting Announcement 2002.03.01 12:01
He's baaaack! 2002.03.01 10:01
Vibrant? 2002.03.01 9:06
Good ideas multiply 2002.02.28 15:28
The Coffee Pusher 2002.02.28 9:51
What does CPAN mean to you? 2002.02.27 17:08
Knitting 2002.02.26 10:20
Closing Ceremonies 2002.02.25 14:28
Conspiracy Theories 2002.02.24 14:27
Danger Will Robinson! 2002.02.24 10:59
New habits die hard... 2002.02.24 10:29
Double Secret Probation 2002.02.24 10:18
Converting XML and avoiding DSSSL 2002.02.22 19:36
The Twilight Zone 2002.02.20 10:54
Stupid COM... 2002.02.19 16:31
Epiphany 2002.02.16 15:40
Perl 101 2002.02.13 15:34
Perl vs. The Rest of the World 2002.02.12 10:23
Surface Syntax 2002.02.12 10:07
Dark Web tonight 2002.02.11 21:59
libiconv 2002.02.11 21:47
Extreme Programming Examined 2002.02.11 15:26
Tennesee is Number 16... 2002.02.11 13:32
Axis of Evil 2002.02.11 13:18
Absense of the sacred... 2002.02.11 13:11
Predictions for 2002 2002.01.24 22:15
England for the English! 2002.01.24 21:39
Goooood Evening, JF! 2002.01.24 21:02
More notes from Paul Graham 2002.01.16 16:16
Pathological Anti-Patterns 2002.01.16 13:27
Common Lisp Success Stories 2002.01.16 9:32
Carbonnade 2002.01.15 12:48
XML Iterators 2002.01.15 11:31
XML Schema wrinkles 2002.01.14 10:24
XML Schema, yet again 2002.01.14 10:10
Diesel oil and Vaxclusters 2002.01.04 19:39
XML, where did you go wrong? 2002.01.03 21:21
I AM NOT A NUMBER! I AM A FREE MAN! 2002.01.03 21:03
Office Furniture 2001.12.31 14:26
Mozilla 2001.12.28 16:58
Stupidity... 2001.12.28 16:49
Grrrr.... 2001.12.28 16:42
HP, reconsidered 2001.12.27 17:42
Bookhunting 2001.12.21 11:29
Software Craftsmanship 2001.12.21 11:13
Agile Software Development 2001.12.21 11:02
NeXTSTEP, Part II 2001.12.14 14:45
Your immortal soul... 2001.12.14 14:36
Tainting and Perl6 2001.12.14 10:41
Morning commute 2001.12.14 10:28
Google Archive 2001.12.13 8:53
Usenet Archive 2001.12.12 15:54
MMIX 2001.12.12 15:20
Channukah 2001.12.10 10:21
Ugly Perls... 2001.12.06 19:29
Music 2001.12.06 19:09
Um, wow: XSLT *in* the browser 2001.12.06 9:59
Parrot FAQ 2001.12.05 21:10
Sakura, Sakura 2001.12.05 20:46
I'm officially scared now... 2001.12.05 9:07
Reinventing Display PostScript... 2001.12.04 11:26
Perl vs. Scheme 2001.12.04 10:16
Predictions 2001.12.04 9:28
Quote of the week 2001.12.01 0:00
Someone's been drinking too much beer... 2001.11.30 17:08
He's so fine... 2001.11.30 9:22
Homer Simson moment of the day... 2001.11.30 9:12
First clones, now this... 2001.11.30 9:08
Ominous day 2001.11.29 17:14
It's here... 2001.11.28 9:32
Thank you, Ask 2001.11.27 9:30
And now for something completely Perlish.... 2001.11.26 21:33
Cloning 2001.11.26 21:26
Greek Chefs and World Peace 2001.11.26 21:10
Civic Responsibility 2001.11.26 20:45
Quote of the week 2001.11.20 9:05
Evil thoughts 2001.11.20 9:04
Of chainsaws and duct tape 2001.11.09 14:37
Thank you, Leigh Dodds 2001.11.08 10:14
Fine-grained vs. coarse-grained Perl code 2001.11.07 16:50
Kentucky is #15! 2001.11.07 16:29
Same theme, different key 2001.11.06 23:01
Regular Fragmentations 2001.11.05 22:36
XML 2.0 2001.10.31 20:28
Strange Coincidences 2001.10.22 13:24
Beyond Chaos 2001.10.15 17:37
News Flash: Java considered Harmful 2001.10.14 23:18
Learn Uzbek! 2001.10.12 15:42