The Monkey Links



  • There is a new version of mjabber, a J2ME jabber client, out and about.
  • This blog software breakdown is a nice at-a-glance comparison of some popular blogging platforms.
  • From the WS-Whatever department, Infoworld covers WS-MessegeDelivery.  In related news, Sam Gentile is excited about WSE 2.0.
  • Steve Olechowski notes the release of some new Moto iDEN MIDP 2.0 phones.  I for one knew that the i830 was on its way.  It’s a polished i730, which is A Good Thing.  I wonder if the other new phones are any good.
  • OSNews notes the torrentability of Mandrake 10 Official. *Slurp*
  • CNet: Mobile customers want streaming video.  I’d settle for working streaming audio on my 3650.
  • Wi Fi Networking News links to Wi-Fi penetration and demographics.  Also worth reading is the story of how Glenn got the scoop on the Cometa story.
  • I must listen to The FCC Song later.
  • OSNews links to a CNet story about CA open sourcing its Ingres database as well as partnering with several open source communities.
  • There are licensing issues with MySQL 4.x.
  • Mark deals with the aftermath of Freedom 0.  He was also slashdotted today.
  • Game Daily interviews Nada Usina about all things mobile gaming (via the awesome moconews)
  • El Reg reports that Sun is going to share Project Looking Glass Real Soon Now.
  • Simon Fell meditates on tool-generated WSDL.
  • Erik had a pulse today.