Tue Oct 26 1999 07:59:
From The Register:
"Research shows that women use the Web differently from men, most
typically using it to rapidly find solutions to otherwise
time-consuming problems," said Sarah Carpenter, VP strategy at
Well, what damn stupid
things are men doing on the Web? This requires a poll. A rubric poll!
Tue Oct 26 1999 18:34:
Campbell was talking about the Monty Hall Paradox today, and I looked
at the source code for Monty Hall's Hall
of Doors, and I thought, "This Perl is so dingy!". So I rewrote it.
MHHD 2.0! Easier to follow, easier to understand, more wacky options
than ever before! The only thing I took out was the "play at home"
option, cause it messed up the code and I really don't think anyone
ever used it.
Tue Oct 26 1999 19:12:
I found the URL for the Salon interview with Illiad of User
Friendly, which interview will be published tomorrow. The
article links to Segfault, and someone from Salon checked the link
to make sure it was good, so it logged their referrer, which I
Dan doesn't think it's at all cool that I read the interview before
anyone else. So I must turn elsewhere for validation.
I won't reveal the URL, but I will quote the (unintentionally)
funniest line: "as the open-source movement exploded over the last
two years, so did [Illiad's] fans." Ouch.
I suppose it's more a straight entertainment news story than an interview.
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