Tuesday, July 16, 2002
what's hot what's not
The majority of what you see on websites is text. Writing is important to make your point.
Opening lines need to be crafted to grab your attention and to suck you in. The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest celebrates bad opening lines.
Welcome to the Digital Nation. Your arrival has confirmed your citizenship. As a member you may go anywhere within our borders, which are growing larger as you read this, interact with any of our citizens, agree, disagree, present your own viewpoint, or just discover what we are doing and thinking about. You now have access to over 2.5 billion public web pages, in catagories that span the entire range of human thought, from pets to pulsars.
Welcome to the Digital Nation. We hope you enjoy your stay and meet new people.
'Trusted Computing' is a phrase that is undergoing examination from a number of folks. On one hand there is a group who wants to hold the keys and tell you who to trust. This point of view requires that you make a commitment to a group with their own agenda. Not unlike certain fundamentalists groups who way is the only way. The obvious problem with this group is your exploration is limited to their world view. You may not question authority nor note the emperor has no clothes. Jon Udell has some thoughts on this.
More FUD about Palladium
An interesting but not particularly meaty article from the Project Manager of the MS Palladium Group The comment area has much more substance.
p i x e l v i e w
you are here ·
Copyright © 1997-2001 lemurzone design all rights reserved