The Pong Clock

Usenet HierarchiesUsenet Hierarchies is a box plot visualization of usenet usage. The size of the boxes are related to the number of posts in a usenet newsgroup. I really like how you can view the plots by month all the way back to 1999. The red color shows decreasing usage while green shows increased activity. This is an interesting perspective on the usenet zeitgeist created by Marc Smith.

Usenet HierarchiesUsenet Hierarchies is a box plot visualization of usenet usage. The size of the boxes are related to the number of posts in a usenet newsgroup. I really like how you can view the plots by month all the way back to 1999. The red color shows decreasing usage while green shows increased activity. This is an interesting perspective on the usenet zeitgeist created by Marc Smith.

Usenet HierarchiesUsenet Hierarchies is a box plot visualization of usenet usage. The size of the boxes are related to the number of posts in a usenet newsgroup. I really like how you can view the plots by month all the way back to 1999. The red color shows decreasing usage while green shows increased activity. This is an interesting perspective on the usenet zeitgeist created by Marc Smith.

Huh, medical you said what? Microsoft is offering domain hosting? Check out Windoes Live Custom Domains. It’s in Beta, one health but what isn’t these days.

I guess I just don’t understand why MS would want to get involved in an already very crowded space. Sure, website like this I see this as a nice value add to service to customers. I wonder what the .NET support is like for developers?

update: Endqoute was nice enough to point out that I didn’t read it clearly. The hosting looks to be email plus communications based stuff only at this time.
Usenet HierarchiesUsenet Hierarchies is a box plot visualization of usenet usage. The size of the boxes are related to the number of posts in a usenet newsgroup. I really like how you can view the plots by month all the way back to 1999. The red color shows decreasing usage while green shows increased activity. This is an interesting perspective on the usenet zeitgeist created by Marc Smith.

Usenet HierarchiesUsenet Hierarchies is a box plot visualization of usenet usage. The size of the boxes are related to the number of posts in a usenet newsgroup. I really like how you can view the plots by month all the way back to 1999. The red color shows decreasing usage while green shows increased activity. This is an interesting perspective on the usenet zeitgeist created by Marc Smith.

Huh, medical you said what? Microsoft is offering domain hosting? Check out Windoes Live Custom Domains. It’s in Beta, one health but what isn’t these days.

I guess I just don’t understand why MS would want to get involved in an already very crowded space. Sure, website like this I see this as a nice value add to service to customers. I wonder what the .NET support is like for developers?

update: Endqoute was nice enough to point out that I didn’t read it clearly. The hosting looks to be email plus communications based stuff only at this time.
Usenet HierarchiesUsenet Hierarchies is a box plot visualization of usenet usage. The size of the boxes are related to the number of posts in a usenet newsgroup. I really like how you can view the plots by month all the way back to 1999. The red color shows decreasing usage while green shows increased activity. This is an interesting perspective on the usenet zeitgeist created by Marc Smith.

Huh, medical you said what? Microsoft is offering domain hosting? Check out Windoes Live Custom Domains. It’s in Beta, one health but what isn’t these days.

I guess I just don’t understand why MS would want to get involved in an already very crowded space. Sure, website like this I see this as a nice value add to service to customers. I wonder what the .NET support is like for developers?

update: Endqoute was nice enough to point out that I didn’t read it clearly. The hosting looks to be email plus communications based stuff only at this time.
Pong ClockPong clock – While this game of pong randomly plays, website the players score the time [hours and minutes], click creating an amusing unusual timepiece, ideal for those friday afternoon moments at our headquarters.” Oh man, I really want one of these!

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