DaveNet: "Inside Power Computing".
"Dave Bakin on Apple Direct Sales".
Apologies for the outages here this afternoon. We were testing some new software, and it produced some not-too-pleasant results. Back on solid ground again. Still diggin!
Exhibit 10.20 from the Power Computing SEC filing shows that all the major issues with Apple, raising royalties, certification of new systems and processors, CHRP, even notebooks, were resolved in June.
Today's Frontier toy: an agent script that processes and then deletes all files that are copied into a folder that it watches.
Jesse Berst on MacroMedia Flash. Jesse, thanks for the pointers to my two pieces in June, "Macromedia Flash" and "Lineto Moveto". If only Macromedia had the cojones to go for it...
A real gem from Henry Norr at MacWEEK: a pointer to the SEC filing from Power Computing in June of this year.
One item is especially interesting: the formerly confidential license agreement between Power Computing and IBM for the Macintosh OS.
Ric Ford, the editor of MacInTouch is holding up purchasing new Mac systems, waiting for a resolution of the Apple licensing issues. Same here.
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