Articles posted on June 30th, 2003

Security features and user annoyances

Monday, June 30th, 2003 • 10:15 pm

I am a regular customer of the Chapters Indigo on-line store here in Canada (although I am starting to use more and more) and have always been annoyed by several aspects of the design of their web site. Yesterday, I decided to go one step further and file a complaint: From: Pierre Igot Received: […]

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Good grief!

Monday, June 30th, 2003 • 9:25 pm

I’ve just found out about the recent “controversy” surrounding the Echo project, RSS, Dave Winer stopping his blog one day and restarting it the next day, and what not. I must admit that I am, once again, confounded by the level of puerility both in what is being said and in what is being done. […]

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Friedman on where we are going

Monday, June 30th, 2003 • 8:46 pm

Interesting column by Thomas Friedman on the evolution of the wired (and increasingly wireless) world and its impact on world-wide relations and, more specifically, on relations between the US and everyone else: “Is Google God?” by Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times [free registration required] None of this means we, America, just have to […]

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