I touched on O’Reilly’s publishing process in this post a little while ago, but I found an interesting note in James Duncan Davidson’s blog about his latest O’Reilly publishing experience. It will be interesting to watch how this type of work progresses.
After reading Phil Windley‘s post about login.utah.gov, I wanted to check it out for myself. We’ve just finished a structure to users affiliated with the ASRS to register and login to future applications, and I was interested in the state-wide direction that Utah has taken.
In doing so, I stumbled across this site that is a pretty cool collection of the Utah state developers’ common practices, tools, and such. I’d like to keep watching it.
Blue Sky On Mars: December 23, 2003 Archives
Digital imaging for personal recordkeeping?
If the legal issues can be worked out, someone should develop a digital recordkeeping system for mere mortals (as opposed to MegaCorps). Just look at Fool.com: Records You Need to Keep, and you can see how even average folk can get buried in a mountain of paperwork.
I think that’s a really cool idea. My wife and I have been trying to figure out how to do something similar with our bills for a while, but we’ve never cared enough to go through with it.
Stefan Bodewig notes some of the main improvements in the Ant 1.6 release in this entry. I think that between the ,  and  tasks, I should be able to easily make a pretty killer reusable build system.