DaveNet: Real-World XML. Il fait practical!
InfoWorld: "Microsoft announced that Allaire, Pictorious, Sybase, and other third parties will deliver XML tools by March 1998. Microsoft officials also hinted that FrontPage and Visual Studio would be XML enabled soon thereafter." Hmmm. Add UserLand to the list. We'll ship before March 1998.
MSNBC: Who clicked in 97.
Phil Suh has a question for people with experience scripting Quark XPress and/or FrameMaker.
Sal Soghoian's site has a bunch of Quark scripting stuff.
Anita Rowland, a Frontier newbie, had a dream about Frontier!
USA Today: Anti-abortion groups are using the web. The most positive response is to establish sites for young people explaining how human reproduction works, and how to have sex without necessarily having children. There are already too many people on this planet for the health of the planet.
And Dan Gillmor writes that there's money to be made in free software. I hope so!
And Ed Scannell reports in InfoWorld that people are getting more realistic about what Java is and isn't.
MacWorld Editor's Choice finalists list. Some of our favorite tools were nominated!
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