Blix Says He Saw Nothing to Prompt a War

NY Times: »In a two-hour interview in his United Nations offices overlooking Midtown Manhattan, Mr. Blix, the chief chemical and biological weapons inspector, seemed determined to dispel any impression that his report was intended to support the administration's campaign to build world support for a war to disarm Saddam Hussein.[...]Finally, he said, he had seen [...]

Bookie & Rendevouz

»Bookie provides Rendezvous bookmark sharing. No configuration - just double-click and go. Bookie places a small icon in your menu bar from which you can globally access your bookmarks and those of any other computer on the LAN. Alternatively, you can set Bookie to publish your bookmarks, collect others, or do both (the default behavior). [...]

Desert Caution

Norman Schwarzkopf: »"The thought of Saddam Hussein with a sophisticated nuclear capability is a frightening thought, okay?" he says. "Now, having said that, I don't know what intelligence the U.S. government has. And before I can just stand up and say, 'Beyond a shadow of a doubt, we need to invade Iraq,' I guess I [...]

Perl XML-RPC

One of my students has created an XML-RPC library for Perl, that he claims is way faster than the three Perl implementations listed on xmlrpc.com that are all base on the same XML library (his doesn't). Unfortunatly he seems to be too shy to release it to the public. I think he should get a [...]

CocoaMySQL

CocoaMySQL is a free, open source application to manage MySQL databases (locally or over internet). It lets you add and remove databases and tables, change fields and indexes, view and filter the content of tables, add, edit and remove rows, perform custom queries and dump tables or entire databases. [MacMegasite]