Steve Wozniak: "It's clear that Netscape succeeded at replacing Windows. More of my computer usage nowdays involves network directives than OS directives. This is probably the general concept that Netscape wanted to follow to its golden end. It's just that IE came along to block it, not better versions of Windows."
W3C: ICE format and protocol.
Wired: Syndicating the web.
InternetWorld: Using channels to manage data.
Wired: Netscape retools for standards.
InfoWorld: IBM retools for the Internet Age.
Red Herring: VCs hold court in Boston. Wow. They're very arrogant!
InfoWorld: Windows NT is history. "This is a product that can usher you into the next millennium," said Brad Chase, vice president of Windows marketing at Microsoft.
Robert X. Cringely: Microsoft is Already Crippled.
Another way to do What's Related? Nah.
News.com: Yahoo eyes business deals.
SJ Merc: Unix Gaining in NT Rivalry.
The alternate home page takes a lickin keeps on tickin.
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