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Friday, May 25, 2001

More RAMBUS Pain

An Italian court has thrown out RAMBUS' lawsuit against Micron. The legal house of cards is collapsing all around them. Here's to hoping for a quick, painful death.

Pondering the Imponderable

Sorry about screwing up the header for the site today. Earlier today my wireless was dropping some serious packets and the file (which is very small) took forever to upload. I thought it was OK, but I didn't check it. Thankfully The Master caught it pretty quickly. Mea culpa.

I just bought a copy of Palm OS Programming Bible. It is the first book I've seen with good instructions on using the GCC tools that come with the PalmOS SDK. Expect some serious haX0ring soon, once I chisel all the rust off my C skills.

Thursday, May 24, 2001


The GNU Project has posted a GPL FAQ. The GPL (General Public License) is one of the most widely-used open-source, free-software licenses. If you ever had any questions what the GPL allows or doesn't allow you to do, this is an excellent source, especially for those of us who are not lawyers by trade. I know it cleared up a couple of things for me. Thanks Slashdot.

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