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Daily Del.icio.us for Mar 01, 2006

  • mezzoblue – Speaking? Tips. » I’ve realized a few things that I think are making me a better speaker. I’ve stopped spending ages coming up with finely-detailed outlines of each presentation, and instead I’m leaving more to real-time interaction. I’m still no Veen or Molly, and
  • Rands In Repose: Reinventing the Hallway » The way to create that chance productive hallway meeting has little to do with the technology you spread all over the team, it has to do with keeping those remote folks in the front of your mind rather than that guy out in bumfuck who appears to be doing
  • Sramana Mitra on Strategy » Technorati: Valuation Without Revenue? via Om Malik » Are we shifting gears again, and getting carried away on the wings, this time, of RSS?
  • Details unfolding on Microsoft’s Origami | CNET News.com via Scoble » As rumors unfurl about a new gadget upcoming from Microsoft, the company’s Origami Project is starting to take shape as a very small tablet computer, one perhaps affordable enough to appeal to mainstream consumers.
  • freeSSHd – free SSH server » freeSSHd, like it’s name says, is a free implementation of an SSH server. It provides strong encryption and authentication over insecure networks like Internet. Users can open remote console or even access their remote files thanks to buit-in SFTP server.
  • Dave’s WordPress Blog » OPML 2.0 Announcement » Late last year I wrote a series of RFCs and guidelines on the main OPML website, ideas for improvement of the format and the documentation for OPML. They were extensively discussed and refined. In February all this work was rolled into a new format and sp
  • Ajaxian » Attack of the Ajax form builders » Ajax form builders are all the rage lately, so here’s a quick roundup of three of the players in this space.
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