Presentation by Jonathan Rosenberg at the IETF 68 meeting in Prague in March 2007 about the need for the creation of the BLISS (Basic Level of Interoperability for SIP Services) – Original presentation located here: http://www3.ietf.org/proce…
What are the challenges with applications supporting IPv6? What do people, particularly those working in enterprises, need to know about how servers and applications work with IPv6? What is the Internet Society’s Open Standards Everywhere project doing to help? How can people get more involved? To answer all these questions and more, I recently joined […]
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So… anyone else struggling a bit with productivity during these pandemic times? In this episode I talk about some of my own struggles with productivity during the pandemic, as well as some of what people share in threads on Twitter – https://twitter….
Why haven’t I been recording podcast episodes? Well… I’ve been off experimenting with Twitch! In this episode I talk all about why I have been doing that, and what I have learned so far. You can follow along with my experiments at https://www.twitc…
Recently watched what appeared to be a fascinating globe go to auction on eBay. It was a “James Wilson & Sons New American Celestial Globe” that was apparently from 1834. The seller included this in the description:
James Wilson was America’s first commercial globe maker. He was born in New …
It is not globes, per se, but the Burlington Free Press recently ran an article about a gent name David Allen who has a site called Old Maps. He is basically going around digitizing old maps with the intent of preserving them. He puts them on CD and makes them available for sale. He …
As part of my continued exploration of TypePad, I wouldn’t mind experimenting with multiple authors participating in a weblog, so if you are a collector of globes and would be interested in contributing posts here, feel free to contact me at "dyork at Lodestar2 dot com" and I can set you up to post.