I got an email from Bill Gates yesterday.
If you're outside the US you can download the source code for PGP from a site in Norway.
Wired News: Are You Sure 40-Bit Encryption Is Enough for You?.
"Mail Starting 9/26/97".
Yes, it's true, there are still people who use System 6.
InfoWorld: Scan down to the middle of this piece for some interesting quotes from Woz.
PC WEEK: Sun's NC running Java OS is under pressure from Microsoft's Hydra.
A three-line script that Brent will run later today or tomorrow.
StarNine: ListStar 1.2.
I got the PGP package for Eudora from MIT.
News.com: Apple narrows CEO search, finalizes NC product plan.
Of the four people mentioned, two of them have a personal page. If you can find others, please send me a pointer.
Let's come up with a standard format for an executive web resume? This should be easy by now. It's late 1997!
Email programs that support encryption: Outlook Express in Win98, Outlook 97 for Windows 95. The standard email program supplied with Win95 (Windows Messaging) does not have encryption.
AppleTalk tunneling from Digital Forest. It's one-point-oh!
Another puzzle that's not so difficult: During the Cold War, a Russian plane crashes at the border of Poland and Germany. Where will the survivors be buried?
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