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ComputerWorld – News Headlines

ComputerWorld – News HeadlinesCERT: Security incidents more than double in 2001. CERT said it received more than 52,000 reports of security incidents last year, compared with more than 21,000 in 2000. A CERT analyst explained the sharp rise as a result of heightened awareness by users. More here.

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While the weblogging features are

While the weblogging features are delightful, my favorite feature in “Radio Userland” 8.0 is the News Aggregator

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The Register – Vodafone

The RegisterVodafone enters m-payment arena. Germany, Italy, UK.

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The Register – AOL

The RegisterAOL shadows Microsoft on instant alerts. Web services tango.

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High-Tech Thieves Snatch Data From

High-Tech Thieves Snatch Data From ATMs
From: ABCNews.com.

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I, Cringely – 01/10/02:

I, Cringely01/10/02: The Best Revenge. Who’s the best — Steve Jobs or Bill Gates? To Jobs, explains Bob, the new iMac says it all.

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.NET vs. J2EE Web Services.

.NET vs. J2EE Web Services.

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The New York Times:

The New York Times: ScienceThe Internet’s Invisible Hand. No one really owns the Net. It’s actually a sprawling collection of networks owned by various telecommunications carriers. Does it matter?

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Richard Parsons at AOL Time

Richard Parsons at AOL Time Warner: “I have a theory of life: things never get easier, they only get harder. I think the current environment makes it more interesting, certainly more challenging.” [NY Times]

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Scripting News – Skipping

Scripting NewsSkipping Dot Net: SOAP Linkfest