DaveNet: "High Roads & Big Pictures".
Ben Waldman, the general manager of the Macintosh business unit at Microsoft, responds.
"Mail Starting 8/12/97".
A new sample script, importImages, loads a folder of image files into a table in Frontier's object database. It's a useful utility if you're converting a large site with lots of graphics.
Roy Leban believes it's possible to add memory protection to the Mac OS, without Rhapsody.
Upside interviews Samir Arora, CEO of NetObjects.
The Philadelphia Inquirer quotes Sun's Jon Kannegaard saying: Java is more important today than it was the day before yesterday, because Microsoft's endorsement increases the likelihood that Apple's Macintosh platform will survive. It's great to see Sun acknowledge their stake in the future of the Mac platform.
Chris Bowes in the Sydney Morning Herald spins the Boy Kills Boy version of the Microsoft-Apple deal.
7/3/97: "Bill Gates's Money".
Webintosh reviews Quid Pro Quo 2.0.
US News: Why Bill Gates and Steve Jobs made up.
One more time... Why 1997 is like 1984.
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