September 11 2000


… is always very interesting. Today I discovered this:

Web Focus: Reflections On WWW9, by Brian Kelly.

“It was interesting to observer that several participants at the conference used Weblogs to write their trip reports, as illustrated below. [Screenshot of]

As well as Andrea’s Weblog [26] David Singer [27] and Dave Winer [28] have also written Weblogs about the conference.”

Lots of data

InfoNation is an easy-to-use, two-step database that allows you to view and compare the most up-to-date statistical data for the Member States of the United Nations.” You can compare up to seven coutries and up to four data fields at a time.

Found in c’t 19/2000 (11.9.-24.9.2000).


“The Bad Astronomy web pages are devoted to airing out myths and misconceptions in astronomy and related topics.”

For example, he notes that the characters in Star Wars Episode I have only one shadow, even if they are on a planet in a system with two suns…

By the way, there seems to be a faulty Java Applet on that page. My browser crashed twice while loading the home page. Then I disabled Java, and voilà – everything is working just fine.

Found in c’t 19/2000 (11.9.-24.9.2000).

Another beautiful sunny day…

… but no bike tours today. And no photos. Promise!

Behind the Curtain: a day in the life of webloggers Behind the Curtain: a day in the life of webloggers

This is the official Behind the Curtain sticker – now available in German, too! If you want to know about the project, click it to get all the info. If you run a weblog, you can participate, too! – So far, 17 participants have signed up.

Weblog Community

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