A few linkettes of note:
- Allegedly, an entire mailing list exists to discuss “peer-to-peer journalism.” We wonder if we should sign up.
- Way back when, we took the churchy attitude that Yahoo must uphold French law in auctions (and every other respective country’s laws in every respect), and gave an example of reverse-IP lookup that blocked us from an American site. Better get used to it: “Europe’s RealMapping Brings IP Tracking to U.S.”
- “Here are 11 tips for addressing XML issues in the enterprise”: “Make it a small group,” “Understand the core standards,” “Don’t go it alone,” “Cooperate with competitors,” “Share with adjacent industries,” “Include security right from the beginning,” “Support public repositories,” “Share vocabularies, not transactions,” “Don’t argue about names,” “You can’t do it all at once,” “Commit for the long haul.” We’re sure Simon St. Laurent will howl with fury.
Posted on 2001-03-21