|Links for 2005-3-21
||[Mar. 22nd, 2005|04:09 am]
How to Make Big Things Happen with Small Teams - Signal vs. Noise:
how small teams need to do things differently and why that can be a good thing.|
43 Folders Google Group:
Talk about the ideas from the 43 Folders blog.
A Wiki to explore and expand on the ideas discussed on blog.
ajax: a new approach to web applications:
Don't Live with Broken Windows:
Why you should fix all those little problems in your code.
5 Years Later: A Short History of the Bubble (and the Next One):
How search economies allow microproducers to sell to the whole planet. Removing the need for BigCorp distribution and marketing.
Steve Pavlina on the root causes of procrastination with several practical tools to overcome it.
All about making and using feeds.
Simple USB to IDE Adapter:
Minimalist USB to IDE apadptor, just a power connector and IDE to USB lead.
The Josh Kaufman "Personal MBA" Program:
How to educate yourself effectively for less than a quarter of the time and money spent in most current MBA programs.
Free media hosting and community
Building a home server is a vale of tears:
On how to go about building a homeserver. If Cobalt/SUN were still making Qubes they would be ideal but I guess Mini/Nano-ITX / Mac Mini's would be a good replacement.
ID scheme will be a costly, dangerous failure, says LSE report:
'too complex, technically unsafe, overly prescriptive and lack a foundation of public trust and confidence'.