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If Apple hadn't killed the clones, we'd be singing a different tune right now...
Apple-sponsored study shows Mac OS web servers:
Check out this SF Chronicle news story. The Apple/Oracle net computer strategy starts to roll out. Rhapsody is the server OS, Mac OS for the clients.
Trevor Bauknight perfectly presents the Unix view of the Mac web server market.
This page should give you a feel for the depth, diversity and standardization in the Mac Internet software market.
As a Mac OS server manager, to use the new stuff that Apple is starting to hype, you're going to have to walk away from your infrastructure. See "Don's Amazing Puzzle", once again, for a clue on how to parse this situation. How many F's do you see?
Plug-ins, add-ons, databases, native PowerPC scripting, lots of users and deployed apps. Every day, lots of new Mac sites. None of these systems run Rhapsody. Oooops.
New fat page: Flushing WebSTAR's Cache.
News.com: Dataquest report says "We do not believe Apple will survive its next downturn, which will presage the company spiraling into insignificance as it loses any advantage of scale."
Robert Woodhead wrote an HTML pretty-printer using WebSiphon.
Fix for the millenniumCounter script. 2000 is not a leap year.
Oooops! 2000 *is* a leap year. I'll re-fix the milleniumCounter script tomorrow.
"Things we can learn from dogs".
WML is a Unix scripted-website framework.
Wired News: Barksdale envisions free hardware.
Salamander Paddle Gear is a Frontier website.
Newlyweds Sheila and Brent Simmons share their favorite books.
Unitarian Universalist Church child dedication service.
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