"Either Scoble was lying, or he wasn’t; either the Register was off the rails or it wasn’t. I’m not linking to the individual pieces, because this hasn’t anything to do with the Reg’s initial allegation. It’s about finding out who’s lying, and if there are any penalties for it." sez Tim Bray
I belive in Scoble's . Give the Devil his due, I dunna why I like the bugger, but I do. Thats all that matters to me and thats why he gets the benifit of the doubt !!!
Incidentlog.com has added Boston to its coverage, once a week mapping police reports of crime onto Google Maps. It's easy to imagine this system being then integrated with more information about the crimes, presenting aggregated data in order to spot trends, etc.
Microsoft has officially lifted the wraps off its Strider HoneyMonkey research project, designed to trawl the dark side of the Internet looking for Web sites hosting malicious code.
Microsoft Corp. released a technical report, available here as a PDF, to introduce the concept of an Automated Web Patrol that uses multiple Windows XP machines, some unpatched and some fully updated, to streamline the process of finding zero-day Web-based exploits.
Jim Moore, "Consider the new web ecosystem. Ecological succession continues in Internet and society. This is the direct analogue of ecological sucession in nature: grasses and weeds giving way to connifers giving way to hardwood forests with mature canopies--continues in Internet and society. Each new stage of succession brings with it new keystone species, linked togetether in new forms of relationships. "
Why is the America's and most Enterprise's not taking on IPv6 strategies seriously ??
"China, India, Japan and South Korea all have advanced plans for making IPv6 their national standard" - States InfoWeek
Without IPv6, there will form a digital divide of "haves and have nots". If the Americas don't adpot fast then they will lose out. We are already seeing that Asian countires grow by leaps and bounds in technology.