"Rick Ross's View of Microsoft and Java".
MacAddict: Apple's discovered scripting. Not a moment too early!
There's been an expression of interest on MacroMedia's DreamWeaver newsgroup on having it work well with Frontier. Cooool! Here's a page describing the protocol that's currently supported by BBEdit and Frontier. It's the protocol that we would like any and all wizzy HTML editors to support.
News.com: Dell says Apple should close shop.
Interesting! Wired News reports on a faceoff between east and west coast website designers.
According to this article, you can run Mac OS 8 on IBM PowerPC hardware. If true, CHRP isn't dead. Truly bizarre.
An official statement from PGP, Inc. on Message Recovery.
"A Unique View of Java". Pro-Microsoft, pro-Mac.
Wired News on XML confusion. It's true, XML was 1/2 of the buzz at Seybold, but what is XML? We took a look over the weekend to see if we could do some stuff with it, but it's pretty clear that it's only half-complete, and no one seems to know what it's for. Hello?
We thought about using RDF, a variant of XML, in the same places we're doing fat pages but it's too incomplete to consider at this time. Also, our format is simpler, easier to parse, both for human beings and computers.
CNET interview with Microsoft CEO Bill Gates.
Macromedia ships public beta of DreamWeaver. What do you think?
To the DreamWeaver product manager. Is either version (Mac or Windows) scriptable? Can you send it a message to get the text of the frontmost window? We'd like to integrate a wizzy editor into our site management suite, and so far neither Symantec or Claris or Adobe has added the hooks. You could be first. Maybe you are?
"Mail Starting 10/6/97".
WebMonkey discusses the mysteries of Dynamic HTML.
AnchorDesk: What makes women click?
SJ Merc: Why are so many people leaving Silicon Valley? They're moving to Seattle, Portland and Reno.
Michael Markman's 2¢ about Apple's advertising grammar.
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