Good idea, using blogs for managing projects!
All items for November, 2003
Slashdot: “A NYTimes article (free reg) describes the dangers posed by viruses as 3G and text-messaging become more common, inluding an incident in ’01 where numerous phones in Japan began calling 110 (equivalent to 911 in the U.S.). Wired mentions 13M vulnerable phones in Japan alone.”
Seems he has passed the goal record by scoring his 86th international goal against Lebanon according to AFC. Congratulation to all Iranian.
Dan Gillmor is using a PalmOS RSS Reader on his Treo 600 for reading news on his way. Nice! RSS Here, RSS There, RSS Everywhere!
Like last year, top weblogs will be elected and voted this year too. Only Farsi ones, so I can’t participate.
From it’s web site:
“NDoc generates class libraries documentation from .NET assemblies and the XML documentation files generated by the C# compiler (or an add-on tool for VB.NET).”
Hehe, now Google founders got a blog! See what they say: “I’ve wanted to do a blog for ages but Sergey couldn’t manage to set up MovableType. Apparently it’s “Just too difficult”. Anyway, the other day he suggested that it would be a thousand times easier to just buy Blogger.com. So we did.”
And bottom of the page, “No, this is not a real Google page”. Via Google Weblog.
Well, I attended First Iran International Web Festival today and payed a 1.5 hours visit. It was not what I expected to be, but not bad for the first time, and there were many troubles for companies which participated including Internet connection and ever lack of power. Anyway, here is Iran and these things are regular. Also attendance of companies was not good at all. The best section of the web festival was attendance of bloggers which was very good.
I saw many of my old friends and got happy talking to some new ones. Most of them are bloggers. Including but not only, Hamed(and his cousin), Mr. Taheri, Ehsani.org, Arashy.com and Tur2.com, iDevCenter and others I can’t remember, sorry if I have missed anyone.
Also known companies which attended there were TAKGroup, Mizban, irCyberSpace, IRIB and Dibagaran.
I will write more on it if anything was missed. Don’t forget, I am the first who is blogging about it!