RE: SillyGone Valleys

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From: S. Mike Dierken (
Date: Tue Sep 26 2000 - 13:41:36 PDT

Does it have FTP support? I'd like to post my blogs to it & blogger uses

From the product documentation: "The last way to access Sharemation it
through WebDav."

Architect, KnowNow
(ex-Principal Architect, DataChannel)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lisa Dusseault []
> Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2000 11:41 AM
> To: Tom Whore; Fork (E-mail)
> Subject: RE: SillyGone Valleys
> Things seem pretty good to me: my little company is hiring, we have offers
> of funding, we are releasing v. 2.0 any day now, and we have a bunch of
> paying customers already.
> In fact, the problem from our end is getting qualified people, so...
> Xythos is a small company in the Bay area, and we've developed a WebDAV
> platform/server. Actually, it's an Internet-based document authoring
> system, with support for permissions, properties, basic versioning, access
> logging, locking, bandwidth controls, quota controls, and much more. Our
> customers are using it for a variety of purposes: in-house document
> management, internet document storage, (a la, our demo
> site), to base their own product on, and to run specialized services for
> their customers.
> So, forksters and friends: we're looking for full-time local Java
> developers in particular (C/C++ experience fine too), although we have
> openings for a bunch of other positions. Check out
> or ask me
> for more information.
> lisa
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tom Whore []
> Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2000 11:16 AM
> To: Fork (E-mail)
> Subject: SillyGone Valleys
> A year or two back I was down in the Valley visting freinds. The stench
> was foul with dot this and do that and do dot dot up my ass com. Every
> fiber in my body said the fall would be as glorious as the galm of its
> rise.
> ...
> "More dot-com troubles: real estate and pink slips Posted 09/26/2000
> -1:32am EDT
> It looks like things have gotten so bad over in Silicon Valley...

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