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Permanent link to archive for Sunday, May 31, 1998. Sunday, May 31, 1998

Wired: The Cleveland Indians are going to do an IPO

InfoWorld on the future of XML, focusing on DataChannel and a few others. 

As I was starting UserLand in the late 80s, I invested in a San Francisco middleware company, Peer Logic.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

I 'm curious if any Scripting News readers use their

Pipes Platform,

and if so, what do you think of the product and the company?

Send me mail.

More incoming mail

Permanent link to archive for Saturday, May 30, 1998. Saturday, May 30, 1998

The Frontier 5 site has been redesigned.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Great job Brent!

Brent just put up a demo of  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

scalable content,

using an upcoming feature in Frontier 5 that allows text to flow thru

multiple templates

as a page is rendered.

DaveNet: Making Money from DNS

Mail Starting 5/30/98

InfoWorld: Netscape to do personalized home pages

Arizona Central: Barry Goldwater dead at 89

The Mac Report intends to fill the role of MacWEEK. 

NY Times: BMUG members would prefer their children marry Mac users. 

Permanent link to archive for Friday, May 29, 1998. Friday, May 29, 1998

Neat service: You can get Scripting News delivered via email every night at midnight. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Thanks to Josh Lucas.

Dead web radio stations: deadshow.com,  Permanent link to this item in the archive.


SF web radio (not The Dead): Beta Lounge,  Permanent link to this item in the archive.


Netscape's CEO, Jim Barksdale, is a class act

A ScriptMeridian project to unify Frontier and Tk. 

Developer.com: What happens when the Dow crosses 10,000?  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

We should be so lucky!

PC WEEK: Microsoft to extend object olive branch

News.com: Compaq PCs may not handle Y2K properly

Phil Hartman, who was murdered yestrerday, played actor Troy McLure on The Simpsons. 

News.com: Novell hires former Java team member

Upside: Dr Stress in Silicon Valley

Dino Morelli wrote a script that displays survey results graphically

Permanent link to archive for Thursday, May 28, 1998. Thursday, May 28, 1998

Press release: Autodesk, HP, Macromedia, Microsoft and Visio Submit Vector Markup Language Specification to W3C

W3C: Vector Markup Language submission. 

Does anyone operate a public domain name server that, in addition to the normal DNS lookups, also Permanent link to this item in the archive.

implements an AOL-like keyword system? Send pointers via email.

These two services are half-way there: bounce.to and centraal

US News: The real threat to Microsoft is the marketplace. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

I'm quoted twice in this piece.

Interesting ideas in mozilla.org's Blue Sky section

CNN: Pakistan tests nuclear weapons

XML.COM: Tim Bray and Larry Wall discuss Perl and XML. 

PC WEEK on web caching software

SJ Merc: FTC moving ahead against Intel

NY Times: Web addresses that won't twist your tongue

Permanent link to archive for Wednesday, May 27, 1998. Wednesday, May 27, 1998

DaveNet: An Afterlife for The Dead

Scripting News reader survey: Did you pay for Navigator

News.com: Sun's McNealy accuses Microsoft of predatory pricing.  

Red Herring: Broadcast.com IPO waiting for bandwidth

Music Blvd: Liquid Audio music available for sale. 

Live recordings of Bob Dylan via RealAudio. 

www.netflix.com rents 1000 DVDs by mail. 

www.reel.com has 35,000 movies for rent by mail, anywhere in the US. 

facets.org has 15,000 movies that can be rented by mail. 

www.kozmo.com does video rental delivery of 22,000 movies in NYC. Coming to Seattle, Philadelphia and San Francisco. 

www.deadradio.com  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

is part of broadcast.com.

Another Dead channel, SugarMegs Audio at Terrabyte Station. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

It's funkier!

Here's an HTML editor that positions itself as a word processor. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Right on!

Permanent link to archive for Tuesday, May 26, 1998. Tuesday, May 26, 1998

DaveNet: Healing the Netscape Wound

Mail Starting 5/26/98

Aha! David Rodriguez has an idea for a simple inexpensive wizzy word processor that would use less memory and cost less than Word. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Note: Cascading Style Sheets probably provide the features he asks for, if they are supported by the HTML editor.

HotWired: Grab your loved ones and run

Harvard Conference on Internet & Society, going on now. 

PC World: Hackers tell Congress how they operate

CNN: Microsoft a good buy

A new look for www.cnn.com. 

InfoWorld on MHTML. This is cool! 

InfoWorld: Sun walls off Java

NY Times op-ed piece by Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus on Permanent link to this item in the archive.

high-tech hypocrisy about government.

On ABC tonight: Sex, Drugs & Consenting Adults

Permanent link to archive for Monday, May 25, 1998. Monday, May 25, 1998

Thea's Galleria goes to college! 

Seattle Times: Has Gates met his Waterloo

InfoWorld: Why the software industry creates monopolies

The Economist: At war with Microsoft

The Economist: Play nicely, or not at all

Permanent link to archive for Sunday, May 24, 1998. Sunday, May 24, 1998

DaveNet: Hey Pocky Way

Mail Starting 5/24/98

CNN: Java Reality. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

"When Java first emerged, some combination of its creators, its marketers, and the high-tech industry's software developers, analysts, and press conspired to hail it as the

do-everything tool that would give Microsoft its long-awaited comeuppance and usher

in a truly egalitarian, open, nonproprietary era of computing."

We had that story in 1997.

Permanent link to archive for Saturday, May 23, 1998. Saturday, May 23, 1998

News.com: Jai Singh says Windows was a platform and Netscape was an app. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Fine revisionist thinking!

Another theory on why Netscape got into trouble. 

Permanent link to archive for Friday, May 22, 1998. Friday, May 22, 1998

DaveNet: Netscape's Internet OS. Permanent link to this item in the archive.


Pretend it's summer 1996. You're Bill Gates.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

You're reading this PC WEEK article.

Be honest. Would you decide to bake a browser into Windows?

News.com interview with Marc Andreessen, 9/96

The New Republic: Silicon Smoothies

Simson Garfinkle in the Boston Globe: Rolling over for Microsoft

Time: Quotes from Microsoft emails

Bill Gates: Defending Microsoft's right to innovate

Apple releases the Carbon Dater app. 

Forbes: Is Apple Really Back

MacWEEK: Apple cuts 1/3 of its retailers and VARs

MSNBC: Couple claims $104 million jackpot

CNN: US Sends Helicopters to fight Guatemala fires.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Smoke pollutes air as far away as Dallas

BIAP Chat 2.0/Mac ships

Permanent link to archive for Thursday, May 21, 1998. Thursday, May 21, 1998

DaveNet: The Next HotMail

More mail

Remind-U-Mail is a web-based calendar. 

David Biedny and friends sign PhotoShop books and do demos this evening in San Jose

IBM: The Personal Area Network

News.com: Zapata makes bid for Excite. Totally bizarre. 

News.com: AOL to buy Israeli chat developer

Wired: AOL's international strategy

MSNBC: Intel, others to deliver wireless net

Sun: Happy 3rd Birthday to Java

Permanent link to archive for Wednesday, May 20, 1998. Wednesday, May 20, 1998

Mail Starting 5/20/98. Great stuff today! 

How deep can you go?  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

From Be, a screen shot of the BeOS

running the Mac OS in SheepShaver, the Mac OS in turn is running Windows

3.1 using a Windows emulator, which is in turn running an Apple IIe

emulator to run the old classic game Dig Dug.

Capitalism Magazine essay on Microsoft and browsers. 

SJ Merc: Is it about Netscape? Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Yes it is. If Netscape wants to get out of the line of fire, disassociate with the lawsuit,

say that even if Microsoft loses, Netscape doesn't want its browser bundled with Windows.

I think this is the weakest possible government anti-trust case. It's so full of holes.

All Microsoft has to do is read excerpts from PC WEEK while those memos were being written.

Wired: Amiga never left

News.com: Microsoft woes benefit Apple, Oracle, Sun

Wired: How not to profit at Microsoft's expense

Power was out between 8AM and 3PM. We're back now. 

Permanent link to archive for Tuesday, May 19, 1998. Tuesday, May 19, 1998

DaveNet: Gates, Netscape and the Governments

Two clarifications for today's piece. 

There will be a scheduled power outage here tomorrow, possibly all day.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

They're beefing up the local power grid, this should make the net more reliable next

rainy season.

CNN: Duff beer becomes a collector's item. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

They picked this story for me in their Custom News section. They thought I would enjoy it.

They were right!

Microsoft SiteBuilder Network interviews the Microsoft program manager for XML, Adam Denning. 

Evidence of solid platform management at Apple. 

Washington Post: Fight might prove costly for Microsoft

Time: Microsoft's case against itself

Fortune: 1998 hasn't been a great year for Gates

Bill Gates' letter to shareholders, customers and partners. 

Full text of the government suit. 

MacWEEK: AppleScript's future

August 1995: Apple & Netscape Should Merge. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

After visiting with Ben Slivka at Microsoft, it was clear that the browser was going to become part of Windows.

Netscape was hyping the demise of Windows. Microsoft's response was pretty good.

Apple was in total disarray, but there was still a vibrant web development community on the Mac OS.

For me, this piece was pivotal.

Here was my reaction to Microsoft's drive to control the Internet in February 1996. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

It left me feeling worried.

It also left a puddle at my feet.

A foul-smelling puddle!

Then read this Suck piece from December 1996.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Netscape was shooting for the moon.

Greed ruled the day.

The low road all the way.

Mail Starting 5/19/98

Permanent link to archive for Monday, May 18, 1998. Monday, May 18, 1998

DaveNet: Maine, Permanent link to this item in the archive.

US, States File Microsoft Anti-trust Suit.

CNN: States, DOJ file sue Microsoft. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Microsoft may bundle MSIE with Windows 98, and bundle Netscape, or bundle neither.

They are not trying to stop the shipment of Windows 98, but want to change what Microsoft ships.

They will seek a preliminary injunction. They are looking into Windows NT and Office for future litigation.

SJ Merc: Microsoft begins shipping Windows 98

Thea's Galleria highlights an XML pioneer from Australia. 

Mail Starting 5/18/98

The Standard: Louis gets Un-wired

An amazing coincidence. According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft may invest $400 million in Time-Warner's Permanent link to this item in the archive.

RoadRunner broadband cable service, which I wrote about in today's DaveNet piece! Oracle and Intel are also considering an investment.

Microsoft press release

NY Times: DOJ expected to sue Microsoft

SJ Merc: 20 states to file suit today

WebMonkey shows us how to avoid making steaming piles of crap with PhotoShop. 

Red Herring: A repositioned Pointcast plans IPO

Wired: What if 2001 were remade three years from now? Permanent link to this item in the archive.

An intriguing idea! It would be like making a movie called 1948 in 1984.

SJ Merc: India detonated an H-bomb

Permanent link to archive for Sunday, May 17, 1998. Sunday, May 17, 1998

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A site with dozens of Sinatra MIDIs. Schmaltzy and sweet. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Bar mitzvah music!

CBS: Sinatra on the web

Irish Times Sinatra memorial site

NY Post: Sinatra's $200 Million Estate sure to cause a battle. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Includes the story of the Sinatra family website.

"Nancy explained her stepmother's site had been 'under construction' for some time but had been delayed because of her inability to get access to a number of 'needed files.'"

MSNBC: Microsoft/government talks collapse, lawsuit is certain, Office unbundling also at issue. 

Reuters: Clinton backs DOJ

Builder.com covers Perl. 

News.com: Amiga to move to Intel

Permanent link to archive for Friday, May 15, 1998. Friday, May 15, 1998


Permanent link to archive for Thursday, May 14, 1998. Thursday, May 14, 1998

Behave yourselves while I'm traveling!  

See you Monday... 


Permanent link to archive for Wednesday, May 13, 1998. Wednesday, May 13, 1998

DaveNet: B.O.G.U

An elegant rebuttal to today's piece,  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

not from Microsoft.

Windows Magazine chose  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Frontier 5 as Best of Class in HTML Authoring.

This is the first honor bestowed on our Windows software.

It feels great!

Red Herring: The Geek's-Eye View on Java

InfoWorld: States, US to file suit against Microsoft tomorrow

This is hot! 22,000-employee company seeking Frontier consultant (or consultant Permanent link to this item in the archive.

team) to train production staff in Frontier for massive e-commerce

specialty-retail website. Interested parties may email Jeff

for more details.

News.com: Next antitrust battleground -- Windows NT

Mr. Bunny's Guide to ActiveX. It's funny! 

InfoWorld's Jeff Walsh on Apple zealotry

According to News.com, former Apple CEO Gil Amelio wanted a "hardware-agnostic operating system". Permanent link to this item in the archive.

This is so clearly counter to Apple's interests.

Jobs correctly understands that Apple is a computer company, not a software company.

The opportunity to synchronize hardware and system software is a strategic opportunity that only Apple has.

Compaq, Dell, IBM, etc are stuck selling Windows machines.

Microsoft has an uncomfortable relationship with the Windows hardware vendors.

Jorg Brown explains Mac OS X on MacInTouch. 

Updated: Linux Advocacy Mini-HOWTO

Dan Fylstra: The Politicization of the PC industry

Next challenge: Convince Jobs that Macs make great servers. They do! 

Scripting News will be off the air Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as I head to Maine, of all places! 

Permanent link to archive for Tuesday, May 12, 1998. Tuesday, May 12, 1998

Texas Attorney General Dan Morales is going to talk to Texas computer execs before deciding on an anti-trust action against Microsoft. 

CNN: Court rules that Microsoft can include web browser in Windows 98. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

One week ago Microsoft CEO Bill Gates, in a "rally" n New York,

reiterated his message that any delay in the shipment of Windows 98 would have a grave effect on the American economy.

Well it looks like our economy is going to be OK. But we'd better take a look at this situation. Our reliance on a single

company for the health of our economy, if true, says that our economy actually isn't very healthy.

Live coverage of Microsoft press conference. 

DaveNet: Rhapsody Cancelled

Perhaps Rhapsody hasn't been cancelled? Although it's pretty clear in the NY Times interview with Jobs, another  Permanent link to this item in the archive.


from WWDC contradicts the Times story.

mwatson@apple.com:  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

"We should have just announced that we were taking the product that was

code-named Rhapsody and officially calling it Mac OS X, shipping in 1999

with the Carbon APIs to ease porting efforts, and the Blue Box for existing binaries."

NY Times: Rhapsody's out, according to Jobs. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

An observation, the OS X strategy is Copland. A much better approach for developers and users.

Will we support it? Let's see some execution first. To the people who felt we should jump on Rhapsody,

learn the lesson. It isn't really software until you can use it. Imagine all the money and time we could have wasted

on Rhapsody. Net-net, Jobs is playing it right. It's a rough road he's on. That's OK because that's reality.

A random observation, when I write about Apple the rudeness factor in the email I receive goes up several orders of magnitude. 

Prepress AutoTools is a Frontier application that automates batch processing of Quark XPress files. 

In early 1996 I outlined a plan for the revival of Apple. Jobs is pretty much executing that plan, with one exception. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

There's still no money available from investors for Mac-based development.

Henry Norr on MacInTouch: It Makes Sense

MSNBC spins the poll that overwhelmingly said that Microsoft should be split up. 

Michael Pease, a HyperCard user, prefers English-like scripting syntax

Salon: The dumbing-down of programming

W3C: DataChannel-authored note on distributed object communication. 

Permanent link to archive for Monday, May 11, 1998. Monday, May 11, 1998

Frontier and AppleScript compared in a chart. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

This a work in progress. Please send suggestions.


A brief piece explaining why the comparison of Frontier to AppleScript is so important right now. 

Alan Baer's AppleScript story

Maurice Rickard's AppleScript story

A new list for people working in AppleScript in Frontier. 

Another gee-whiz-XML-is-the-next-content-thing article with no examples. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

I don't know about you, but I'm getting tired of this article!

I totally want one of these! More interesting than XML! 

MSNBC: India tests nuclear weapons

CNN: US considers sanctions

MacWEEK report on Apple keynote at WWDC. 

Time reviews Apple's new iMac. 

InteractiveWeek: Microsoft casts a big shadow over VCs

PC WEEK on XML namespaces

InfoWorld: Microsoft rallies developers around COM

Hmmm. Computer Associates announces something that sounds like our product, not as elegant of course,  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

and they're using our name as their code name. A possible trademark issue here.

Elliotte Rusty Harold's XML site

Last September,  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Doc Searls put a stake in the ground re Steve Jobs, and he appears to have gotten it exactly


Permanent link to archive for Sunday, May 10, 1998. Sunday, May 10, 1998

Results from MSNBC web poll look quite a bit different from the results in the Microsoft-sponsored poll. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

The questions were one-sided, the other way.

Welcome to the Bernie DeKoven School of Funiatry. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Bernie is one of my best friends, he moved to LA. I miss him, but am glad that he's getting back into his websites.

I wrote about my friendship with Bernie in Spider Web, 7/12/96.

A note from Charlie Wood at Vignette on the need for more real-world examples of XML-based publishing. 

Charlie wants to know if there are any stock-quote services in XML. I'd love to play with one of those too. 

PC World is using XML. Let's help more pubs do this, managed content thru XML is the way we get realistic press coverage of the benefits of XML. Doh! 

Seattle Times: Is Microsoft a victim of politics

NY Times: Labyrinths revival. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

A path to inner peace.

Permanent link to archive for Saturday, May 09, 1998. Saturday, May 09, 1998

Updated: AppleScript and Frontier website

The next release of Frontier will have a built-in performance profiler

Red Herring: Vignette raises $14 million, acquires RandomNoise

On pbs.org, Cringely talks about Microsoft and Digital TV Permanent link to this item in the archive.

and on infoworld.com, the other Cringely speculates that Apple is going to announce something

about Linux on Monday, possibly the porting of the Mac look and feel. Steve Jobs says that's not it and

the slashdot.org folks think it's not a great idea.

Permanent link to archive for Friday, May 08, 1998. Friday, May 08, 1998

InfoWorld reports on settlement discussions between Microsoft and US government. 

UserLand's Brent Simmons was interviewed by a Microsoft pollster today. Here's his report

A former Microsoft employee comes closest, I think, to a plausible explanation of why Gates works so hard. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

I've been hearing from a lot of people in and out of Microsoft, but want to keep the speculation down.

Most of us haven't got a clue what it means to be someone else.

I want to keep the space open for getting the real story.

How to get current with Frontier 5. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

We're reaching the end of the beta process for Frontier 5.0.2. In the meantime, it's not that hard to get in the loop, but you have to assemble the parts yourself.

Dan Gillmor in the SJ Merc: On Apple's iMac

News.com: Corel joins Linux fest

Apple's Technical Info Library and the St Louis Post are also running Domino. 

www.scriptbuilder.com is running Lotus Domino.  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

This is the first time I've seen a public Domino server.

Wired: Wired Magazine sold

Permanent link to archive for Thursday, May 07, 1998. Thursday, May 07, 1998

DaveNet: Time Changes Everything

Henry Norr finds a couple of possible fatal flaws in the design of Apple's new iMac. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

It doesn't have writeable removeable storage (no floppy) and no printing.



WebMonkey looks into Netscape's new browser. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Here's what the XMLization of HTML looks like.

News.com: HTTP is spreading out. This is good! 

Check out scriptbuilder.com

XML and Legacies. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Should we plan for the replacement of HTML by XML?

Permanent link to archive for Wednesday, May 06, 1998. Wednesday, May 06, 1998

DaveNet: Yo Quiero Scripting News

News.com: Microsoft-sponsored survey says Americans side with Microsoft. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Another stunt like yesterday's New York rally. The questions were ridiculous. Do they think we're stupid?

Mail Starting 5/6/98

Apple's new iMac. Looks great! 

SJ Merc,  Permanent link to this item in the archive.






MacCentral on iMac.

Wired: More Portal Partnering

Look at all the press that Intuit and Apple got as Quicken comes back to the Mac. Doh! 

Tish is exhausted by Gates's latest pitch too. 

More proof that Jobs is the master orchestrator. 

Simon St Laurent's essay on XML and SGML. 

Chihuahuas in Fairbanks Alaska. 

Dallas-Fort Worth Frontier User's Group meets on 5/29. 

More great TV commercials: Seattle Mariners. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Thanks to Geoff Allen.

From Fiddler on the Roof, If I Were A Rich Man: MIDI version and the lyrics

InfoWorld: Microsoft orchestrates NY rally

SJ Merc: Gates meets with Klein

Permanent link to archive for Tuesday, May 05, 1998. Tuesday, May 05, 1998

The Taco Bell Dog is almost as coool as the Macarena was. 

Video clips of the Yo Quiero dog! 

MacWEEK: Details trickle out on Macromedia-Apple deal

Josh Lucas is offering a Scripting News-via-email service. 

Wired: The hot new medium is email

InfoWorld: IBM outlines web server plans

Dan Gillmor in the SJ Merc: Microsoft hires Roizen. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

Dan says "From my perspective, Microsoft sees feedback as honest only when it comes from unalloyed admirers.

Other views are worthy only of dismissal."

With all due respect, my experience has been quite different.

I'm often surprised at what they pick up and how resillient they are.

At times I have been their most harsh critic, yet they always listen and respond.

This limerick from lymond@peaknet.net:
 Permanent link to this item in the archive.

There once was a lady from Niger

Who smiled as she rode on a tiger,

They returned from the ride

With the lady inside,

And the smile on the face of the tiger.

Permanent link to archive for Monday, May 04, 1998. Monday, May 04, 1998

Thea's Galleria goes out to eat with CuisineNet. 

BareBones ships MailSmith. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

And by the way, on their fact sheet they mention Frontier compatibility.

I notice these things!

Chuck Shotton has doubts that XML will deliver the standardization that many proponents say it will. 

Jakob Nielsen: Cost of User Testing a Website

From Stephen Waters:  Permanent link to this item in the archive.

"Scripting.com returned to view this morning. I was pleasantly surprised

to see Fragile Internet from Thursday. Thanks for drawing the

community's and DIGEX's attention to the problem."

Boardwatch covers peering, the underlying technology of the piece Waters refers to. 

Permanent link to archive for Friday, May 01, 1998. Friday, May 01, 1998

DaveNet: Geek Boyfriends

Mail Starting 5/1/98

InfoWorld: Web designers eye XML data compression

SJ Merc: Does Microsoft hinder innovation

News.com: Microsoft to XMLize Office. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

This is the first official notice that XML is to play a big role in Microsoft's app suite. But the info was

available by reading tea leaves. Microsoft's involvement in the XML standardization process is

visible, as is their interest in simple XML-based RPC,

and they are very active in WebDAV.


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