I started using the Win32 version of Frontier today. It's building websites. Ye-hi! So of course the first thing I wanted to know is how it performs relative to the Mac software.
Frontier 5/Win32 is *not* available for download yet. What I used today was quite glitchy and would also be confusing for a new user, but it worked. Coming sooon!
A Frontier 5 graphic from Brian Kelley, email@example.com. He says "This was done in Bryce 2 by Metatools. Currently I can't find a 3D model of a cow skull, let alone a guy on a horse. If you'd like to see anything special in it (different lighting, another object) let me know."
Welcome Back! Mac OS Rumors. The Oracle-UMAX-Motorola story is still there. Something to chew on.
This is exciting! Another clean-room Java.
From a reader who doesn't want to use his name: 'The NT Internals website just disappeared one day. A few days later it came back, looking almost identical except that a few pages that had really really accurate info were gone.'
InfoWorld: Sun hands off Java testing to outside lab.
News.com interview with Dan Bricklin, the lead developer of VisiCalc and other wonders.
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