The iStory Creator lets you create text games for your ipod. In addition to creating your own, you can download games other people have made. It’s free. Worth a look.
Jeff, a developer on the IE team at Microsoft, has described what exactly is going to be different in the new version of IE that’s […]
Once upon a time there was this small design firm called 37signals that developed this neat little web-based project managment system referred to as Basecamp. […]
So this Microsoft guy started a new column and decided to talk about a new filesystem in a new OS that Microsoft is developing that […]
One knock against Java in the geek community is its lack of generics. I have never found the need to use generics before, but maybe […]
Not just another weblog, net.narrative environments is also a research platform exploring the dynamics of networked culture. Laura reflects on both netwar and open source, […]
For any Linux folks looking for a pretty sweet wallpaper (or anyone who loves Linux and penguins), I have found it.
Web services are going to rule the world! At least that is what most of us have been saying for the last two years and […]
I don’t know anything about this stuff, so I’ll let this quote speak for it: PHOENIX is a general-purpose state-of-the-art stellar and planetary atmosphere code. […]
A new broadband service from Bway.net. Their new service will allow you to roam the Internet and connect to P2P services without leaving an IP […]
PHP finally enters the world of programming languages that understand the fact that some of us need a quality object model to work with. Unfortunately, […]
Just ignore the stupid title to this article and go read this article at Sitepoint to gain a better understand of the PEAR repository for […]