Monthly Archives: October 2004

Consumed by the old new thing.

The weekly New York Times Magazine includes a column by Rob Walker entitled Consumed. The theme of the column generally involves discussing how particular products affect consumers. The product in focus this week just happens to be our little green friend, and that’s a good thing. Mr Walker paints an appropriately rosy picture of the […]

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Now fortified with comments.

I started messing around with some of the new Blogger template tags the other day and darn it all if I didn’t go ahead and add comments to the news page. You can leave comments on news items dating back to June of this year. Unfortunatelty, Blogger will not accomodate comments for items posted prior […]

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Newton emulator discussion on Slashdot.

The always pleasant Adam Tow suggested that I make mention of this recent Slashdot article which discusses the repercussions of last month’s World Wide Newton Conference and the work on the Einstein Emulator project. As with all Slashdot posts, the usual plethora of nerdish bantering ensues.

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Bigger email is better email.

It’s non-stop service improvement weekend here at the Newted Community. The maximum individual message size for email accounts has been bumped up from 2MB to 10MB. This change was implemented due to specific user complaints about the occasional message getting bounced because of the size of an attachment. Quite frankly, 2MB isn’t that big of […]

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All the .info that is fit to click.

Taking advantage of a recent offer to register .info domains absolutely free of charge, I took it upon myself to grab the newted.info address. This means that you can now access this site via www.newted.info the same way as you can via the newted.net, newted.org and newted.com addresses. Likewise, if you feel that the .info […]

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Massive Newtons Around The World Update

I’m pleased to announce that a long overdue – and quite frankly – massive update to the Newtons Around The World gallery has been posted. This is the first addition to the gallery since June and boy, it’s a doozie. Since the last update there have been 45 submissions from 13 photographers – many first […]

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