Links for 28 Feb 2006

It doesn’t get more high profile than this — Da Vinci Code war of words begins
By Stephen Howard (Scotsman.com) :

DAN Brown, one of the highest-paid authors in history, faced a High Court claim in London yesterday that the central theme of his blockbuster novel The Da Vinci Code was copied from an earlier work.

Michael Hyatt (of Working Smart) answers the question — What’s the Secret to Your Success? :

This past weekend, I received an email from one of my readers. He started, “I have an MBA, but I must have missed the course on Fast-Tracking My Career. If you had to boil it down to one thing, Mr. Hyatt, what would you recommend to a young, aspiring person such as myself?”

In-car navigation systems can be dangerous, report warns — Car Driving 101 — Watch the freakin’ road

Fiddling around with in-car satellite navigation systems is causing motorists to lose concentration on the road, according to a survey released today by Privilege Insurance in England.

The new technology, rather than helping motorists, could be even more distracting than trying to read a map at the wheel, it said.

Cameron Moll restates an old principle — action not thoughts or is that words? First to market, or first to profitability?

Ever get the urge to write about something, and then when you’re ready to write about it you find out someone else just posted on the very same topic?

Slashlinks (from Jason Kottke)

Ben Engebreth, a compadre of mine at the Eyebeam OpenLab, has released Slashlinks, a tool for automatically mirroring links from del.icio.us to your personal web site. At first glance it might sound like a simple archiving tool, a way to get your data out of del.icio.us, but what it actually does is reproduces your del.icio.us links on your web site.

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