Three weeks in one this time… Here's my links of interest for the three weeks ending April 8th, 2006…
- Daring Fireball: Windows: The New Classic - John Gruber
Great commentary and analysis on Apple's release of BootCamp that allows you to boot Windows on an Intel based Mac.
- Kyocera PC Mobility - Kyocera KR1 Mobile Router - Kyocera
This looks very cool. We've been thinking about getting a couple of wireless cards, and on the road, or in potential office net downtime this could be very useful. Via John Ludwig.
- The Art of the Executive Summary - Guy Gawasaki
I really need to get a decent one of these together…
- In The End - Hugh MacLeod
Hugh riffs the Facebook “we're worth more than that” meme. Via Rick Segal
- Apple Turns 30 - SF Chronicle
Must check this out once my iPod is back up and running… I'm really missing the podcasts and I only get to listen to them in the car… Via Guy Kawasaki.
- Get your fouls! - Josh Kopelman
Josh Kopelman on the fact that that encouraging risk means not punishing failure, but actively growing from it.
- 0xFE - 11111110b - 0376 - 254 - b9#9: How OS X Executes Applications - Mohit Muthanna
All you ever wanted to know about how OSX loads and executes binaries.
- gizmag Article: New data transmission record - 60 DVDs per second - gizmag
2.56 Terrabits per second. Wow. Via Doc Searls.
- The New Wisdom of the Web - Next Frontiers - MSNBC
Flickr founders on the cover of Newsweek.
- Electronica From Planet Earth - Om Malik
Thanks to Om Malik for the link to this great album.
- Nine Questions to Ask a Startup - Guy Kawasaki
A good one about how a potential employee should vet a startup.
- iPod Diagnostic Mode - methodshop
Useful troubleshooting information.
- Sacred Cow Dung: All Things Web 2.0 - 'THE LIST' - Bob Stumpel, et al
What a list! Nicely categorized too.
- Basic ground rules for programming - function parameters and how they are used - Raymond Chen
A nice “stating the obvious because it might not be obvious to some” post.
- Comic for 18 Mar 2006 - Scott Adams
Sounds like me…
As always, not necessarily the most interesting stuff this week, but I flagged them for some reason…