01 March 2003
Jim Allchin: "Google's a very nice system, but compared to my vision, it's pathetic." [Scripting News]... Meanwhile, here's a good Google cartoon!
1:08:16 PM  #   your two cents []
The new infidelity. The technologies that make affairs possible also contain the seeds of their exposure. [Salon.com]
1:07:45 PM  #   your two cents []
Monster.com warns of ID theft. The online career listing site is warning its users of fake job postings bent on stealing personal information, the company confirmed. [CNET News.com]
1:06:29 PM  #   your two cents []
Robertson Davies. "A happy childhood has spoiled many a promising life." [Quotes of the Day]
1:05:59 PM  #   your two cents []
Net Gurus Rally Anti-Spam Forces. The Internet Research Task Force forms a new offshoot whose sole goal is to document the magnitude of the junk e-mail problem -- and do what it takes to fix it. [Wired News]
1:05:04 PM  #   your two cents []
'History will be my judge'. Tony Blair brushes aside rebels and demos in exclusive interview. [Guardian Unlimited]
3:17:34 AM  #   your two cents []
The Blogger-Google FAQ. "The people at Google have done a great job over the years making sure their search results are honest and objective and there's no reason they would change that policy for Blogger or anyone else." [Scripting News]
3:16:51 AM  #   your two cents []
Whoa! How the world has changed: Red Herring swims with the fishes. "New Economy" magazine Red Herring is no more. According to this AP story, the March 2003 issue will be its last. Link  [Boing Boing Blog]
3:16:11 AM  #   your two cents []