· Paul Graham on what the Bubble got right: “… what would be wrong would be that how one presented oneself counted more than the quality of one’s ideas. That’s the problem with formality. Dressing up is not so much bad in itself. The problem is the receptor it binds to: dressing up is inevitably a substitute for good ideas. It is no coincidence that technically inept business types are known as ‘suits.'”
· LionShare: “… an innovative effort to facilitate legitimate file-sharing among individuals and educational institutions around the world.”
· .NET Reflector: allows you to view the source code to most .NET framework classes and code written in .NET. So how does one write / compile code in such a way as to not allow someone to disassemble their code?