Article archive for 2003

Monday, December 1, 2003

The world of Domino blogging

In his last article, Thomas Duff took you on a whirlwind trip into the subject of blogging, why people blog, and how to get started. This time, we looks specifically on the world of Domino blogging. We’ll look at what makes a Domino blogger and how Domino blogs are being used. Thomas also examines the three main Domino blogging applications and share some thoughts by their authors.

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Monday, December 1, 2003

Synchronizing Notes with Palm handhelds with Pylon 5.2

The Pylon product line has gone through a number of owners over the years, but has consistently provided the ability to synchronize Notes with Palm handhelds. In this detailed product review, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard reviews the latest 5.2 version of Pylon. Does this version stand up to Mick’s hard scrutiny? You’ll have to read the article to find out the truth.

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Monday, December 1, 2003

So what’s all this fuss about blogs?

If you’ve been tuned into the different hype machines over the last year or two, you probably have heard the term "blog." Seems like everyone and his brother (or baby or dog) has their own blog. What is are these strange things, and why would you want to have one? Thomas Duff explores the blogging phenomenon, especially as it relates to Notes and Domino bloggers.

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Monday, December 1, 2003

Celebrating flight across the years and across the magazines

This article is the introduction to our series honoring 100 years of flight. It’s repeated in each of our magazines this month. Be sure to read the fifteen special articles across all our magazines for some amazingly powerful stories in honor of this special anniversary.

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Monday, December 1, 2003

The age of romance

From the time the Wrights returned home from Europe through the 1920s, the age of romance was a time of great adventure for powered flight. Champion racer Mardell Haskins tells the story of that special age.

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Monday, December 1, 2003

Faster than the sun

Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard shares how, in so much of the world, flight is just part of modern life. But that’s actually a relatively recent thing in the life of the aeroplane.

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Monday, December 1, 2003

The Wonder Machine

As he sits at his computer, Stephen Till could, at any moment, get up from his desk chair, get in his car with his wife, drive to his local airport in Massachusetts, rent a small airplane and fly to California to visit their daughter in Santa Barbara. In this article, he spends a few minutes explaining the three things that make this remarkable fact possible.

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Monday, December 1, 2003

Hacking Domino mail rules to fight spam

Have you ever wished Domino’s mail rule system had more power? Wouldn’t you love to be able to create server mail rules that can act on messages tagged by 3rd party products such as Spam Assassin or be able to create white-lists for use with Domino’s built in DNS blacklist feature? How about processing SMTP messages based on the hostname given in the helo/ehlo command or based on the source IP of the sender? All these features and more can be yours with a little creative hacking of Domino’s existing mail rule system.

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Saturday, November 1, 2003

Domino Unplugged plugs into the blog world

In this month’s site of the month, we look at a well-written Domino-based blog.

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Saturday, November 1, 2003

Our first look at the Lotus Workplace strategy and the future of Domino and Notes

Admit it. With all the fuss over WebSphere and now over Lotus Workplace, you were feeling slightly misty-eyed about our old friends Notes and Domino? Where were they? Why didn’t they get any parties? Didn’t anyone care? More importantly, didn’t Lotus care? In this comprehensive event report, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard lays out all we know (and a few open questions) about just what you can expect from Notes and Domino, including our first editorial mentions of releases 7 and 8 of Notes and Domino. You know you gotta read this!

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