the tweney report

from the notebooks of d. f. tweney, writer and technology critic


Thursday, February 28, 2002 @

Your Data Is Gone, But It's Not Forgotten
When you feed a piece of paper into a shredder, the resulting pile of strips is good for little more than packing material. Not so with electronic documents, which, like B-movie zombies, have a nasty habit of coming back from the dead long after you thought you'd gotten rid of them. (Business 2.0, 2002-02-28)

Thursday, February 14, 2002 @

Weblogs Make the Web Work for You 
Weblogs, or "blogs," are popping up faster than mushrooms on a wet lawn. Most are awful. But a few are well worth your time. (Business 2.0, 2002-02-14)

Friday, February 01, 2002 @

My latest column for Business 2.0 appeared this morning, on a topical theme -- this weekend's big game:

Network Defense for Super Bowl Sunday
There are a few occasions during which information systems have to function absolutely perfectly, with no margin for error and zero tolerance for downtime: military invasions, open-heart surgery, major financial transactions -- and Super Bowl Sunday. (Business 2.0, 2002-02-01)

Wednesday, January 23, 2002 @

This is a weblog.

What that means is that, from time to time, I'll write something and post it to my web site, here. When I do, the new item will appear on my home page, replacing whatever was here before. The old stuff won't go away, though; like herpes, it will stick around forever. That's what archives are for. ...more... (the tweney report, 2002-01-23)

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