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Tony Bowden's Radio Weblog

Last Build Date: Fri, 03 May 2002 14:17:36 GMT

Copyright: Copyright 2002 Tony Bowden

Time to move
I've moved. [read more]

Things To Do In A Downturn When You're Not Dead
Jack Welch: By increasing their investments in information technology this year, companies could get a leg up on the competition ... [read more]

A Good Beltane To You All
May you all become more fertile of mind.

CSS-generated content
Mark discovers how to add expanded URLs to his print-version sytlesheet.

What's Behind Microsoft's Focus on Web Services?
Steve Ballmer and his wife can't keep their calendars in sync...

I wish all tests were this easy
(Watch the status bar on rollovers) [via ntk]

Very interesting mail client (finally one with a blog style calendar!) Takes the Google approach rather than the Yahoo approach to information retrieval. [read more]

Human Engineering
Interesting presentation from Tools99 on improving code quality through Human Engineering. [read more]

Come on baby, do the Reformation
Rome was getting angry
So Mart went on the run,
And then the Pope went postal
When he married a nun
So come on, come on
Do the Reformation with me

Successful Site in 12 Months with Google Alone
26 steps to a successful site.

Advice for Ryan, a Young Man About to Leave Holy Orders
As in contemporary theater, the actor may enter the audience. [read more]

Tom Standage (of 'The Victorian Internet') has a new book out on The Turk - the 18th Century version of Deep Blue. [read more]

slam gives the step by step guide to automatically truncating your weblog entries for RSS.

Salon reports on what happens when you warn others of a sucky experience...

The learning curve
With standardized parts you can build big things quickly, or complicated things without having to learn much. [read more]

Augo-generate your blog
We can all go home now.