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DaveNet: "The Man Behind the Curtain".

Roger Sessions: What Microsoft Thinks of Java.

Department of Justice press release.

Microsoft's response.

Links to DOJ antitrust filings against Microsoft.

DOJ/Microsoft reports: Reuters, CNN, Infoworld, News.com, AP, SJ Merc, USA Today, Wired, PC WEEK.

DaveNet: "Microsoft under DOJ Action".

"Mail Starting 10/20/97".

You can buy audiotapes of the New Orleans sessions. $10 each.

CNN on El Nio: Economic winners and losers.

Jeff Veen in WebMonkey: What Happened to Java?

Rube Goldberg tries to write a letter on a piece of flypaper and while struggling to release himself, finds an idea for a self-opening umbrella.

Professor Butts tries to fix a leak in the boiler. When he is rescued from drowning, he coughs up an idea for an outboard motor that requires no fuel.

United Media: Rube Goldberg biography.

Last week Chris Nolan, the SJ Merc gossip columnist, plugged DaveNet. Thanks Chris!

     

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