[reloade] This article divides up online communications into not one web, but six. I would rather look at a particular delivery technology: a webserver, for example, and divide up the different methods of interaction; weblogs, news sites, search engines all have their own particular uses. To talk about video games as a different type of web is somewhat misleading at this early stage in their development.
The Nitrogen Cycle or “Why your fish-tank needs a filter”.
[anil] History of the FBI
Back from church camp, but still working solidly on uni assignment: more posts soon.
Happy Birthday Andrew.
[fury.com] Douglas Adams on Tea (including a helpful animation)
Just finished reading Paul Barry’s Rich Kids: it’s a study of what went wrong with Australian telco One.Tel, and how nobody on their board seemed to know what was happening until it was too late. There seem to be a lot of similarities between Jodee Rich and Richard Branson in terms of business approach. The book was recommended to me by my Knowledge Management lecturer a semester or two ago as a study of “where knowledge management could have made a difference”, but it seems like the company had so few processes in place that Knowledge Management couldn’t have been implemented there.
A weblog devoted entirely to Matrix Essays
Yesterday, we went to the Big Pineapple – the least signposted tourist attraction I’ve ever seen. Apart from the giant pineapple out the front, the high point was seeing some nocturnal animals that actually jumped around and were interesting to watch: not the usual half-dead-looking ones that you see at Sydney zoos.
Pocket PC Examples of wireless content.