· Naughties
· · 2004
· · · June
· · · · 16 (1 entry)

Sunbeams, June 16 · Si­mon Phipps’ FISL: In Trans­la­tion is an el­e­gant ar­gu­ment for ex­pand­ing your lan­guage reper­toire and your mind, Rich Ber­lin has a nifty lit­tle piece about bass vi­bra­to and Google and Richard Giles writes on how his new self-publishing podi­um has opened some doors for him. Ron Ten-Hove gives us a smal­l, densely-written es­say about meta­da­ta in the Web Ser­vices con­tex­t. Bri­an Cantrill’s re­mark­able open­ing out­ing dives deep, with a metaphor­i­cal side-trip through cere­bral malar­i­a, in­to dtrace, which is caus­ing some heavy heart­beats among kernel-weenies. On a lighter note, our GNU Desk­top Me­chan­ic pens an ode to Blooms­day from Den­ver, Dave Ed­mond­son gives his car an enterprise-class au­dio up­grade (y­ou have to see this to be­lieve it), and Scott Hud­son takes home a Star De­stroy­er. (No, on­go­ing is not go­ing to turn in­to Bo­ingBo­ing, I miss writ­ing the longer bits and will again, it’s just that be­tween cod­ing fu­ri­ous­ly on the Zep­pelin and den-mothering the Sun­blogflog­gers well I’m busy.)
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