Via PalmInfocenter, I learned about SmbMate which provides access to SMB servers from your Palm device. I've just tried it on my Tungsten C over 802.11 and it works well. File transfer speeds were not great, but that may be due to my older SD card.
Check out Scott Hanselman's Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tools List for a long list of useful developer tools. Lots of .Net stuff in there (which I'm not using yet), but there are some new ones like BootDisk.com which contains boot images for old versions of DOS and Windows.
[Via Ned Batchelder]
Mark Pilgrim reports that the Feed Validator (previously called the RSS Validator) has moved to a new location (http://feedvalidator.org/). Apparently the old server location (http://feeds.archive.org/validator/) was experiencing down-time or other problems, so it's been moved to its own server.
Validating your RSS feed helps ensure that news readers and aggregators can read your information without trouble.
I just finished reading Don’t Make Me Think by Steve Krug. This is a frequently-recommended book on web usability and overall I found it a good (quick) read with many common-sense approaches to improving web usability. The author’s writing style makes it an enjoyable read (if there is such a thing for technical books). My only complaint was that the book is relatively short (less than 200 pages) and I found myself wanting more.