Mitch's Clippings
Monday, March 21, 2005
  Organizing Your Thoughts Here's a review from The Times of a couple of programs for organizing non-hierarchical networks of concepts. James Fallows is a long-time writer for The Atlantic, and has some interesting observations, eg: "MindManager's intellectual effect seems the opposite of PowerPoint's." And the headline writer got my attention.

Link (registration required): To-Do List: Shop, Pay Bills, Organize Brain

Sunday, March 20, 2005
  ajax: a new approach to web applications This essay by Jesse James Garrett attempts to crystallize the client-centered architecture for Web application exemplified by Google maps, etc: a Javascript client core application + asynchronous messages to a server. I've seen this essay cited a couple of times already. It's close to the top of my Furl recommendations, fwiw. 
Saturday, March 19, 2005
  First Post I heard that there is a new blog created every 5.8 seconds. So I figured it must be my turn.

Sometimes I see interesting things that I'd like to share with people. So rather than send them via email (and have to deal with questions like who gets what, etc.), I'm going to try to blog them here.

If you find these links interesting, then subscribe via our Atom feed. Both Firefox and Bloglines both seem to be able to discover this feed automatically.

I'll send out an announcement of the blog to a few folks, and see what happens. 
Some links I think folks might be interested in. These will be mostly about programming languages and software engineering, but I may throw in other things jut for fun.

What's a maven?

March 2005 /

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