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  1. Squawkbox: Corporate Use of MSN Spaces– check out CNBC. Rant alert

    Jun 30, 2005 — 3 Comments
  2. American newspapers and slants- help wanted from readers PLEASE

    Jun 30, 2005 — 17 Comments
  3. JavaOne Notes – and Sun buys SeeBeyond

    Jun 28, 2005 — No Comments
  4. JavaOne: Peace breaks out between IBM and Sun

    Jun 28, 2005 — No Comments
  5. JavaOne Registration: Sun’s dogfood

    Jun 27, 2005 — 1 Comment
  6. On RSS and the importance of list handling

    Jun 27, 2005 — No Comments
  7. Rise of The Technocrati: a gentle ribbing

    Jun 24, 2005 — 1 Comment
  8. The “always insightful” James Governor. Get Rich Quick With Blogs

    Jun 24, 2005 — 3 Comments
  9. I am at JavaOne next week in SFO

    Jun 24, 2005 — 3 Comments
  10. Gartner Ombudsman Strives for Control: Good Luck With That

    Jun 24, 2005 — 5 Comments
  11. UK Identity Cards: I have to laugh or I would cry

    Jun 22, 2005 — 1 Comment
  12. AJAX is flying

    Jun 22, 2005 — 1 Comment
  13. Open Source Press Releases: Eclipse Light and Teasing

    Jun 22, 2005 — No Comments
  14. MS Communicator web interface to offer deep Firefox support

    Jun 21, 2005 — No Comments
  15. Where Are The Analyst Bloggers? Right Here Link Blog

    Jun 21, 2005 — No Comments
  16. Best Typo Ever? Rusing To War

    Jun 20, 2005 — 2 Comments
  17. oh my gosh – ebXML buzz in SOA clothes

    Jun 20, 2005 — 3 Comments
  18. Scissor Tailed Flycatcher

    Jun 20, 2005 — No Comments
  19. ZDNet Responds to Infoworld: coolness for buzz measurement

    Jun 17, 2005 — No Comments
  20. Read Joho on Taxonomy: The Scales Will Fall From Your Eyes. Beyond Shirky

    Jun 17, 2005 — 1 Comment
  21. God Gives Nuts to People Without Teeth

    Jun 16, 2005 — 2 Comments
  22. Mr Portage Goes to Redmond. Decouplingness is next to Godliness.

    Jun 16, 2005 — No Comments
  23. Year Zero at Computer Associates. Who says Walruses Can’t Dance?

    Jun 15, 2005 — 1 Comment
  24. Sun bridges ebXML Repository 3 and UDDI 3 in a single foundation service

    Jun 15, 2005 — 4 Comments
  25. What is Open? Ask IBM. Its a Four Letter Word. A Sutor-ble apology

    Jun 15, 2005 — 2 Comments