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News for Friday, August 18 2006

Source: CodeProject     Posted by Chris Maunder    Friday, August 18, 2006 9:00am    
News for Friday, August 18 2006

Industry News

AOL goes digging for spammer's gold

They're sure he's got it buried somewhere, and it's not in their search data.
Source: Beta News

Microsoft Office for Linux 'inevitable'

Open Source advocates continue to hang out by this kool-aid.
Source: VNUnet

Boeing to close broadband service

Not enough people want an Internet connection inflight?
Source: eWeek

Hyped technologies for 2006

What's hot and what's hype? Gartner provides their answers.
Source: The Register

Developer News

Your brain boots up like a computer

It just needs time to fire up services.
Source: Live Science

AnkhSVN 1.0 release candidate available

Plugin to enable Subversion work within Visual Studio almost complete.
Source: AnkhSVN

Create an API for any site with Dapper

Point and click GUI for scraping Web pages.
Source: Techcrunch

Writely registration is now open!

Google's Web-based word processor is now accepting users.
Source: Google

Hot Threads

Machine recommendation for Vista Beta

As much horsepower as you can afford.
Source: The Code Project

Crazy Million Dollar Idea

Bacon-flavored Hummers.
Source: The Code Project



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