All the rage

O'Reilly's "ONLamp.com" has an interview with Jun-ichiro "itojun" Hagino, mainly about IPv6 stack developement and *BSD. Interesting!

Linux Devcenter has an excerpt from "Understanding the Linux Kernel" relating to how a x86-pc boots, from power is turned on until the kernel starts running.

An advocacy article promoting using the higher-level DBIx::Recordset instead of tailor-making "raw" DBI use at perl.com. I haven't used either (yet), and the advocacy is a little thick at times, but knowing that DBIx::Recordset exists is certainly nice.

From the "My gawd, what people do!"-department: LINE - executing unmodified GNU/Linux applications in Windows!

Transcript from a moderated chat with jwz. Most of it is not that interesting, but some of the replies are read-worthy, some even witty :-)

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