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Ho John Lee’s Weblog

Bookmarks for February 18th through February 19th

These are my links for February 18th through February 19th:

Bookmarks for February 18th from 09:17 to 23:04

These are my links for February 18th from 09:17 to 23:04:

Bookmarks for February 18th from 09:17 to 09:23

These are my links for February 18th from 09:17 to 09:23:

Bookmarks for February 18th from 09:17 to 09:23

These are my links for February 18th from 09:17 to 09:23:

Bookmarks for February 18th from 09:17 to 09:23

These are my links for February 18th from 09:17 to 09:23:

Bookmarks for February 16th through February 17th

These are my links for February 16th through February 17th:

  • Top 100 Network Security Tools – Many many security testing and hacking tools.
  • FRONTLINE: inside the meltdown: watch the full program – "On Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008, the astonished leadership of the U.S. Congress was told in a private session by the chairman of the Federal Reserve that the American economy was in grave danger of a complete meltdown within a matter of days. "There was literally a pause in that room where the oxygen left," says Sen. Christopher Dodd"
  • The Dark Matter of a Startup – "Every successful startup that I have seen has someone within their ranks that just kinda “does stuff.” No one really knows specifically what they do, but its vital to the success of the startup."
  • Why I Hate Frameworks – "A hammer?" he asks. "Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They're kind of old fashioned…we started selling schematic diagrams for hammer factories, enabling our clients to build their own hammer factories, custom engineered to manufacture only the kinds of hammers that they would actually need."
  • Mining The Thought Stream – Lots of comments around what is Twitter good for and how will it make money, revolving around real/near-time search, analytics, marketing, etc.
  • Understanding Web Operations Culture – the Graph & Data Obsession … – Comparison of traffic at Flickr, Google, Twitter, last.fm during the Obama inauguration. "One of the most interesting parts of running a large website is watching the effects of unrelated events affecting user traffic in aggregate."

Bookmarks for February 16th through February 17th

These are my links for February 16th through February 17th:

  • Top 100 Network Security Tools – Many many security testing and hacking tools.
  • FRONTLINE: inside the meltdown: watch the full program – "On Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008, the astonished leadership of the U.S. Congress was told in a private session by the chairman of the Federal Reserve that the American economy was in grave danger of a complete meltdown within a matter of days. "There was literally a pause in that room where the oxygen left," says Sen. Christopher Dodd"
  • The Dark Matter of a Startup – "Every successful startup that I have seen has someone within their ranks that just kinda “does stuff.” No one really knows specifically what they do, but its vital to the success of the startup."
  • Why I Hate Frameworks – "A hammer?" he asks. "Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They're kind of old fashioned…we started selling schematic diagrams for hammer factories, enabling our clients to build their own hammer factories, custom engineered to manufacture only the kinds of hammers that they would actually need."
  • Mining The Thought Stream – Lots of comments around what is Twitter good for and how will it make money, revolving around real/near-time search, analytics, marketing, etc.
  • Understanding Web Operations Culture – the Graph & Data Obsession … – Comparison of traffic at Flickr, Google, Twitter, last.fm during the Obama inauguration. "One of the most interesting parts of running a large website is watching the effects of unrelated events affecting user traffic in aggregate."

Bookmarks for February 16th through February 17th

These are my links for February 16th through February 17th:

  • Top 100 Network Security Tools – Many many security testing and hacking tools.
  • FRONTLINE: inside the meltdown: watch the full program – "On Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008, the astonished leadership of the U.S. Congress was told in a private session by the chairman of the Federal Reserve that the American economy was in grave danger of a complete meltdown within a matter of days. "There was literally a pause in that room where the oxygen left," says Sen. Christopher Dodd"
  • The Dark Matter of a Startup – "Every successful startup that I have seen has someone within their ranks that just kinda “does stuff.” No one really knows specifically what they do, but its vital to the success of the startup."
  • Why I Hate Frameworks – "A hammer?" he asks. "Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They're kind of old fashioned…we started selling schematic diagrams for hammer factories, enabling our clients to build their own hammer factories, custom engineered to manufacture only the kinds of hammers that they would actually need."
  • Mining The Thought Stream – Lots of comments around what is Twitter good for and how will it make money, revolving around real/near-time search, analytics, marketing, etc.
  • Understanding Web Operations Culture – the Graph & Data Obsession … – Comparison of traffic at Flickr, Google, Twitter, last.fm during the Obama inauguration. "One of the most interesting parts of running a large website is watching the effects of unrelated events affecting user traffic in aggregate."

Bookmarks for February 16th through February 17th

These are my links for February 16th through February 17th:

  • The Dark Matter of a Startup – "Every successful startup that I have seen has someone within their ranks that just kinda “does stuff.” No one really knows specifically what they do, but its vital to the success of the startup."
  • Why I Hate Frameworks – "A hammer?" he asks. "Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They're kind of old fashioned…we started selling schematic diagrams for hammer factories, enabling our clients to build their own hammer factories, custom engineered to manufacture only the kinds of hammers that they would actually need."
  • Mining The Thought Stream – Lots of comments around what is Twitter good for and how will it make money, revolving around real/near-time search, analytics, marketing, etc.
  • Understanding Web Operations Culture – the Graph & Data Obsession … – Comparison of traffic at Flickr, Google, Twitter, last.fm during the Obama inauguration. "One of the most interesting parts of running a large website is watching the effects of unrelated events affecting user traffic in aggregate."

Bookmarks for February 16th through February 17th

These are my links for February 16th through February 17th:

  • Why I Hate Frameworks – "A hammer?" he asks. "Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They're kind of old fashioned…we started selling schematic diagrams for hammer factories, enabling our clients to build their own hammer factories, custom engineered to manufacture only the kinds of hammers that they would actually need."
  • Mining The Thought Stream – Lots of comments around what is Twitter good for and how will it make money, revolving around real/near-time search, analytics, marketing, etc.
  • Understanding Web Operations Culture – the Graph & Data Obsession … – Comparison of traffic at Flickr, Google, Twitter, last.fm during the Obama inauguration. "One of the most interesting parts of running a large website is watching the effects of unrelated events affecting user traffic in aggregate."

Bookmarks for February 16th through February 17th

These are my links for February 16th through February 17th:

  • Why I Hate Frameworks – "A hammer?" he asks. "Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They're kind of old fashioned…we started selling schematic diagrams for hammer factories, enabling our clients to build their own hammer factories, custom engineered to manufacture only the kinds of hammers that they would actually need."
  • Mining The Thought Stream – Lots of comments around what is Twitter good for and how will it make money, revolving around real/near-time search, analytics, marketing, etc.
  • Understanding Web Operations Culture – the Graph & Data Obsession … – Comparison of traffic at Flickr, Google, Twitter, last.fm during the Obama inauguration. "One of the most interesting parts of running a large website is watching the effects of unrelated events affecting user traffic in aggregate."

Bookmarks for February 16th through February 17th

These are my links for February 16th through February 17th:

  • Why I Hate Frameworks – "A hammer?" he asks. "Nobody really buys hammers anymore. They're kind of old fashioned…we started selling schematic diagrams for hammer factories, enabling our clients to build their own hammer factories, custom engineered to manufacture only the kinds of hammers that they would actually need."
  • Mining The Thought Stream – Lots of comments around what is Twitter good for and how will it make money, revolving around real/near-time search, analytics, marketing, etc.
  • Understanding Web Operations Culture – the Graph & Data Obsession … – Comparison of traffic at Flickr, Google, Twitter, last.fm during the Obama inauguration. "One of the most interesting parts of running a large website is watching the effects of unrelated events affecting user traffic in aggregate."

Link posts seem to be working again

The automatic nightly link posts from del.icio.us stopped working properly sometime last year. The links would get posted, but had extra “n” inserted at every line break. Here’s an example. An unexpected side effect of having “ugly” link posts is that I mostly stopped posting links to del.icio.us for a while.

As part of the recent blog platform update, I’ve switched from the del.icio.us “experimental” nightly blog posting to Postalicious, which seems to be working nicely, you can see the new link post style (and the old ones too, unless I get around to cleaning them up) here.

Bookmarks for February 16th from 16:25 to 16:25

These are my links for February 16th from 16:25 to 16:25:

Bookmarks for February 16th from 16:25 to 16:25

These are my links for February 16th from 16:25 to 16:25:

Link posts seem to be working again

The automatic nightly link posts from del.icio.us stopped working properly sometime last year. The links would get posted, but had extra “\n” inserted at every line break. Here’s an example. An unexpected side effect of having “ugly” link posts is that I mostly stopped posting links to del.icio.us for a while.

As part of the recent blog platform update, I’ve switched from the del.icio.us “experimental” nightly blog posting to Postalicious, which seems to be working nicely, you can see the new link post style (and the old ones too, unless I get around to cleaning them up) here.

Link posts seem to be working again

The automatic nightly link posts from del.icio.us stopped working properly sometime last year. The links would get posted, but had extra “n” inserted at every line break. Here’s an example. An unexpected side effect of having “ugly” link posts is that I mostly stopped posting links to del.icio.us for a while.

As part of the recent blog platform update, I’ve switched from the del.icio.us “experimental” nightly blog posting to Postalicious, which seems to be working nicely, you can see the new link post style (and the old ones too, unless I get around to cleaning them up) here.

Link posts seem to be working again

The automatic nightly link posts from del.icio.us stopped working properly sometime last year. The links would get posted, but had extra “n” inserted at every line break. Here’s an example. An unexpected side effect of having “ugly” link posts is that I mostly stopped posting links to del.icio.us for a while.

As part of the recent blog platform update, I’ve switched from the del.icio.us “experimental” nightly blog posting to Postalicious, which seems to be working nicely, you can see the new link post style (and the old ones too, unless I get around to cleaning them up) here.

Link posts seem to be working again

The automatic nightly link posts from del.icio.us stopped working properly sometime last year. The links would get posted, but had extra “n” inserted at every line break. Here’s an example. An unexpected side effect of having “ugly” link posts is that I mostly stopped posting links to del.icio.us for a while.

As part of the recent blog platform update, I’ve switched from the del.icio.us “experimental” nightly blog posting to Postalicious, which seems to be working nicely, you can see the new link post style (and the old ones too, unless I get around to cleaning them up) here.

Link posts seem to be working again

The automatic nightly link posts from del.icio.us stopped working properly sometime last year. The links would get posted, but had extra “n” inserted at every line break. Here’s an example. An unexpected side effect of having “ugly” link posts is that I mostly stopped posting links to del.icio.us for a while.

As part of the recent blog platform update, I’ve switched from the del.icio.us “experimental” nightly blog posting to Postalicious, which seems to be working nicely. The link archive is still in the s

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