LA Times: The engine of innovation that will keep the Mac competitive has to include clone makers.
A sample page on the Fortune website. It takes 10 secs to load on a full T1 here; and the images don't have heights and widths so you can't start reading until the page is fully loaded. How would you redesign this site to make it more fun to come back to?
PC WEEK: Rob O'Regan wants to bury the Mac. He says the Mac isn't a religion. Right on. So why are his arguments religious?
InfoWorld: IBM/Motorola offer faster PowerPC chips.
MacWorld (the magazine) will webcast the Steve Jobs keynote on Wednesday at 6AM Pacific.
MacWorld: Vector graphic formats for the web.
Mark Tebbe in InfoWorld: Microsoft won't fully support Java. Now what?
News.com: Microsoft has a search engine in development.
Great piece by Jorg Brown, Apple developer since 1984.
Great piece by Danny Goodman, one of the leading writers of the scripting world since Hypercard 1.0.
Suggestion to the WebCollage people -- do a graphic that displays the current market cap for Apple. "As of 10AM Pacific on 8/4/97 it would cost $3.2 billion to buy Apple."
Boston: Be OS for Intel CPUs.
Help needed... I won't be in Boston on Wednesday for the opening of MacWorld Expo, but I'd like to listen to the keynote on the web. If you're part of a news organization that will have audio and/or video coverage, please send me an email, firstname.lastname@example.org; I'll put up a page with pointers. Thanks!
MacPower launches; a Scandanavian Mac user site.
There was a six-hour outage here between approx 3AM and 9AM Monday, Pacific time. It seems that PacBell tripped over a wire. Sorry for the outage! It happens...
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