All in my head
- Steven Frank: P800 Notes
For now, I still have my P800, despite various threats to hock it to the highest bidder, and the occasional temptation to hock it down the street.
- A Colder War: a novelette by Charlie Stross
There's a blurry photograph of a concrete box inside the file, snapped from above by a high-flying U-2 during the autumn of '61. Three coffin-shaped lakes, bulking dark and gloomy beneath the arctic sun; a canal heading west, deep in the Soviet heartland, surrounded by warning trefoils and armed guards. Deep waters saturated with calcium salts, concrete coffer-dams lined with gold and lead. A sleeping giant pointed at NATO, more terrifying than any nuclear weapon.
- Mud-Dev information
The MUD Development mailing list is not platform, language or game specific, but concentrates on discussing the design and implementation of any and all MUD servers and systems. Another large related topic is game design.
- ThinkSecret: Panther hits 7B34
The company internally reached build 7B34 of Panther and build 7B32 of Panther Server. At press time, the new builds had not been seeded to developers and testers via the Apple Developer Connection Web site.
- MacRumors: PowerBook Rumour Summary
15" PowerBooks were last updated in November 2002, with the introduction 1GHz machines with the Superdrive at the top end...
- Tom on "two years" of weblogs--a vast proportion of "bloggers" might be crap journalists, but that doesn't preclude journalists from being crap, either. And it gets bloody irritating.
- Mobile Burn: T610 Review Updated (Again. Not that it matters, since practically everyone's gone and bought one now)
[August 10th, 2003] I have been playing around with a T616 for a week or so now. The reception is, in general, on par with the T68i. Sometimes it seems a bit better, sometimes a bit worse. But safe to say that the T616 is more usable than the T610 is on any band. The downside is that the T616 won't work on the primary GSM band in the world, 900Mhz.
- Slashdot succumbs to the silly season: Flavor vs. Flavour, though one could reasonably say that Slashdot never left the silly season in the first place.
- Maximum temperature for August 2003 in Cambridge, from the AT&T Cambridge Labs weather site.
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