If you want the good stuff, or at least want it first, you will have to pay. Star Wars trailer – buy Quicktime. Two Towers trailer, login to AOL. Good thing I have an account!AOL previews second Tolkien film. America Online says it will debut the promotional trailer for “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” in a move to draw traffic to the online service. [CNET News.com]
No towers in Tony’s rearview
We all miss the old
We all miss the old dot-com days in NYC when you could order pretty much anything youu desired and have it delivered by messenger within an hour. Kozmo and UrbanFetch bit the dust… WebVan never made it here, but now people are starting to get excited with the idea of Fresh Direct.Can FreshDirect Bring Home the Bacon?. WebVan crashed, and other online grocers haven’t won consumers’ hearts. Now, Joe Defele says his New York startup has the right recipe [Business Week: Daily Briefing]
Charles presented a good story
Charles presented a good story last week, but was against the notion…now things are starting to look different.Second Thoughts about Intel in Macs. A deluge of reader mail has opened my eyes to some very sound reasons why the Motorola PowerPC chip’s days may be numbered [Business Week: Daily Briefing]
So I just stumbled across
So I just stumbled across the link here from an old college friend.
It seems the womyn’s center (ever see PCU? I apparently went there…) feels it is appropriate to disrupt campus living by bringing in an ex-porn star to talk to campus.
When I moved to OS
When I moved to OS X, I found the Omni Apps to be extremely helpful in my daily work life. Now that it looks like only a matter of time before I can take outlines from desktop to web. I love Radio so far, just another reason to support standards.OPML Support Coming to OmniOutliner Soon. Rob McNair-Huff: Writing on the OmniOutliner mailing list, Brian C. at The Omni Group says: “OPML import and export support is forthcoming. We’ll need you guys to give it a look-see when we release 2.1.1 beta 1.” [read more] [s l a m]
NetNewsWire is a simple, slick
NetNewsWire is a simple, slick tool that just kicks ass. It can pull from as many RSS sources as you can handle. Brent Simmons has done a fantastic job with this and amazingly it’s free! An update posted today allows for RSS drag and drop between apps. Brents blog today alludes to the power he released later in the day.NetNewsWire Lite 1.0.1b1. NetNewsWire Lite 1.0.1b1 has been posted along with documentation on the clipboard formats NetNewsWire exports. Sample code is provided for both Carbon and Cocoa. [ranchero.com]
I have become a huge
I have become a huge fan of the Google News site. Once I get settled with everything on Radio, I will look into getting this going.Bruce Loebrich has scraped RSS feeds for Google news, and a RSS 2.0 success story. In other words, it’s okay to use the features in 2.0. We’re doing it at UserLand and so is Bruce. [Scripting News]