- Via Notes, a Periodic Table of Perl 6 operators. Now that's a useful design pattern if I ever saw one. Actually, now that I come to think of it, Russell might find it a lot more useful than the little reference he complains about.
- More, more and even more on RIM's new Blackberry, dubbed the Charm. Their licensing revenue is about to take a big boost, though, since the Series 80 Nokia/9500 is getting a BB client.
- T-Mobile charging for IM? Hmmm. Now that's something I'm curious about. Note that the first reaction from people is to use... A non-carrier IM client.
- Again, the Newton lives on, and there are screenshots to prove it. More from the guys in charge. The emulator is just a stepping stone, which is sound thinking - let's see if they can come up with interesting hardware to evolve the plaform.
- Pong is back, too. Now the Xbox has two games worth playing (including Halo).
- Simon has found an intriguing solution to the "multiple passwords" problem. So intriguing, in fact, I can't wait to try it out on Safari.
- Wi-Fi on planes fails to take off. Again, if I might add.
- The Duke Nukem Forever Timeline - something else that didn't fly, either (via Binary Bonsai).
- Showing remarkable restraint, the UK telecomms regulator says that "their first task as a regulator is to keep out of the way" where it regards to VoIP. I hope they do not follow the example of the Portuguese regulator, which often quite literally goes out of its way to keep way out of the way and only recently regulated ADSL pricing (lowering it to around 150% of what it should be).
That wraps up the usual link lot, I guess...
Finally, for those of you lucky enough to have a PowerBook, Vodafone UK has made available Mac OS X drivers for the 3G Mobile Connect Card right here (warning: link is a moving target, and there is no assurance this will work in other countries. Check with your local support first - you have been warned). Did I say you have been warned? Did I?
(And no, I won't answer any questions about it either.)