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Archive | April, 2002

I’ve become an outliner

Dave is probably gonna be happy if he reads this, another convert to the Outliner crew. I was structuring my day today, and found myself structuring the items on my list just like one would with an outliner (like the one in Radio), so this evening I just gave in and spent about $40 US […]

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Flash components

Josh Dura and Keran McKenzie (http://www.studiowhiz.com) has released a Flash MX component site. At the moment the site only has a couple of components from Macromedia, but I guess I should forgive them – after all the site was launched today. FlashComponent.com Selling and offering Flash components is probably going to become bigger than the […]

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Dave Winer Redux on Open Source

DaveNet : How to be a revolution Today Dave digged into his vaste archives and went back 4 years, to when the Mozilla/Netscape Open Source project was launched, and a lot of words for and against Open Source was flying through the air. He wrote: “It isn’t about open source, it’s about open minds. “ […]

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Macromedia acknowledges streaming bug

Macromedia has added the following technote: Macromedia: Macromedia Flash Player 6 Streaming Issue The problem, to quote Macromedia: “when loading media into Macromedia Flash Player 6, the media will continue to load even if Macromedia Flash Player 6 makes additional requests for media (i.e. .swf, .jpg or .mp3 files), or if the user leaves the […]

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XML-RPC Flash lib

XML-RPC Flash Lib by Pedro Ornelas Interesting Flash library for adding XML-RPC capability to Flash, I have several things I could think of using this for, will see how much time I have to fiddle with it..

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Hole-in-the-wall

India: Hole-in-the-Wall An Indian physicist puts a PC with a high speed internet connection in a wall in the slums and watches what happens. Based on the results, he talks about issues of digital divide, computer education and kids, the dynamics of the third world getting online. Interesting story, found it on John’s weblog, originally […]

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More security problems found in IE

If you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, using the back button could expose you to malicious code. Microsofts reaction? «because the proposed exploit scenario is dependent upon specific user interaction as a prerequisite, it does not meet our definition of a security vulnerability.» Another Big MS Browser Hole Found The security fix? Switch […]

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