DaveNet: Netscape and Generic Names.
Jakob Nielsen: "The Scripting News homepage helps fight the Dark Side in the struggle for the soul of the Web."
More interesting mail.
Seattle Times: Adam Engst sues Bull's Eye. Right on!
Results from the How do you get here? survey.
News.com: Communicator 4.5 draws fire.
GNOME is a scripting object model for Unix.
Apple's DiskCopy 6.3 is scriptable.
PC: The power of scripts.
O'Reilly's Open Source Town Meeting. 8/21 in San Jose.
Check out FreeDrive. They're in Chicago.
Wired: The next net name battle. They raise the issue of whether anyone should own a generic name on the Net. A good question. We're not the only ones with a generic name.
Rick Smolan on how he organizes projects: "There's a tool I use, MORE, an ancient Macintosh planning/scheduling program. I put everything into it and use it like a brainstorming machine to prioritize what needs to get done. I even use the tree chart to manage people. I'll die the day it stops working."
News.com: Compaq drops Y2K ad campaign.
NY Times: Broadcast.com faces risks after strong IPO.
Slashdot.org: Study the work of great programmers?
InfoWorld: Scriptics launches, announces TCL Pro, an integrated development environment. "The product will include a debugger, a code checker, and a packaging and distribution tool, and will cost in the region of $1,000 per development seat."
custombrowser.com is working with Microsoft's browser control.
InfoWorld: Nicholas Petreley floats an idea. Is there room for a magazine committed to open source?
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