XML-RPC Bounties

[teknoids] Bounty for XML-RPC implementations (LONG)

I thought I’d try this as a way to stir up any developers out there in teknoids land and get some needed reference implementations to help folks use the CALI web services API.

New, Less Expensive iPods.

Apple Refreshes iPod Mini and Photo
“Apple updated their iPod lineup today. They added a $249 6GB iPod Mini and reduced the price of the 4GB model to $199. They’ve also dropped the gold color from their line up and made the remaining three colors more vibrant. The “silver” iPod Mini remains unchanged – it still matches the aluminum used in Apple’s other products.”

Video and Pics Add to Blogs, Where’s the Sound?

The New York Times > Technology > Circuits > Basics: Bloggers Add Moving Images to Their Musings
“People can now transmit photos and video taken with hand-helds or cellphones directly to the host sites. Several free services are available, including SnapNPost.com, TextAmerica.com and Buzznet (buzznet.com). You create an account, choose a gallery address (for example, www.snapnpost.com/your-username/), and provide some information about your phone model and wireless service to configure the service. TextAmerica provides a premium service for $50 a year that lets you secure your gallery with a password.”

The article goes off on vid and pics but deosn’t mention audio. Is posting phone pics the nexct step for ClassCaster?

Slashdot | New Open Source VoIP PBX

Slashdot | New Open Source VoIP PBX
It looks like Asterisk isn’t the only open source PBX game in town anymore. sipX, as the name implies, is a SIP-only PBX project released under the LGPL. A noteworthy feature is the inclusion of an out-of-the-box web-based management console. Read more about the release over at Voxilla.

I’ve been working with Asterisk quite a bit the past few weeks for a little project that CALI will soon launch. This /. piece is good because the comment do a nice job of mentioning other Linux PBX projects and discussing the features of these compared to Asterisk.

The IE dev team blogs on…

What have you guys been doing since IE6?

The IE dev team at MSFT is blogging in response to questions raised after the announcement of IE7. This is a great thing.

Winik : Windows & *nix synergy : HomePage

Winik : Windows & *nix synergy : HomePage
“Winik is a cygwin distro that users can install in Windows like other applications program. Winik is unix like and users can select program from Start button and menus.
Users can select other wm such as KDE, Gnome, Icewm, Wmaker, Xfce etc. Winik give a taste of *nix to windows users. Winik are based on x/cygwin. Users can install Winik modules just likes other Windows application.”

More in the world of emulation:) It is worth poking around with stuff like this to get an idea of what there is outside of Windows.

Atari ST Emulation

About ARAnyM
“ARAnyM is an acronym: Atari Running on Any Machine. It is a virtual machine software for running the Atari ST/TT/Falcon operating systems (TOS, FreeMiNT, MagiC and others) and TOS/GEM applications on any kind of hardware – be it an IBM clone (read it as “PC” :-), an Apple, an Unix server, a graphics workstation or even a portable computer.”

What can I say, I’m a sucker for emulators.

No Joy for MSFT Speech Server

InfoWorld: Bumpy start for Microsoft’s Speech Server: February 22, 2005:

This MSFT offering has not set the world on fire. Maybe “speech recognition for the masses” isn’t a very catchy slogan.

Yahoo! News – New Sober Worm Spreading Quickly

Yahoo! News – New Sober Worm Spreading Quickly

CALI saw a bunch of this come through late this morning and early this afternoon. Seems like a lot of it is around.


“The JavaScripTools is a set of JavaScript components and functions to make the web developer’s life easy.”

Includes a set of classes for dealing with tables that would be handy for laying out lots of data, like CALI has.