Ruby,Rails mentioned in Salon article

#1

A friend of mine just sent me an email where he said something like: "Are
you still involved with that Ruby language? Salon had an article
mentioning it today."

And sure enough:
http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2005/08/10/37signals/index.html

Ruby,Rails,37Signals, DHH - they're all there in an article entitled:
"The Next Web Revolution"

Phil

(BIl Kleb) #2

Phil Tomson wrote:

http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2005/08/10/37signals/index.html

Follow the "skip to salon" link at the top right
if you're not signed in, take the "free pass", watch
an ad, and then, finally, "Enter Salon".

(On hindsight, I probably should have used http://bugmenot.org)

Thanks for the tip,

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(James Britt) #3

Phil Tomson wrote:

A friend of mine just sent me an email where he said something like: "Are you still involved with that Ruby language? Salon had an article mentioning it today."

And sure enough:
http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2005/08/10/37signals/index.html

Ruby,Rails,37Signals, DHH - they're all there in an article entitled:
"The Next Web Revolution"

The Web started with Netscape Navigator?

So all that time I was using Mosaic, I wasn't surfing the Web?

Wait; I'm getting deja vu ...

http://www.w3.org/2004/09/W3C10.html

Is this a case of granting the accolades to those who repackage and popularize existing technology?

Anyway, bugmenot and the once-reliable salon cookie page have failed me, and I'm not watching any ads, so ...

James

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(Brian McCallister) #4

To give credit where it is due, they were the same people =)

-Brian

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On Aug 11, 2005, at 11:23 AM, James Britt wrote:

The Web started with Netscape Navigator?

So all that time I was using Mosaic, I wasn't surfing the Web?