DaveNet: Welcome to 1999!
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ScriptMeridian: RegEx 2.0.
No doubt, this story wins best headline of the year! So far.
Press release: Adobe buys Golive.
The big news of the holiday period on SN: MacWEEK becomes a Frontier site; eMediaWeekly sneaks Frontier 6, we're getting ready to serve PalmPilot users; Frontier 5.1.5 was released and Frontier/Win can host lots of scripting languages.
Press release: Industry's First XML Data Server. Why do they keep saying they're the first? In what way are they the first?
PalmPilot users: Comments, suggestions?
Something interesting is happening in PalmTopLand. Channels, an idea promoted by Marimba, Netscape and Microsoft two years ago are the way of the world on palmtops. This leads to some interesting questions for web pubs, and suggests an area where developers of content systems, such as UserLand, could quickly adapt their content, in real-time, for reading on palmtops. But it raises thorny legal issues.
Observation, much of the content for PalmPilot users has no advertising. Here's an example from www.news.com.
DaveNet: Soundbites from 1998.
RealBasic 1.1. Mac.
James Clark: XP, An XML parser in Java.
Our dynamic server continues to hum along! The alternate home page soooooon will become the real home page. Still diggin!
InfoWorld: Lotus ships SameTime.
News.com: AOL reports $1 billion in holiday shopping.
CNN: Euro makes strong debut.
Wired: Minding the bitz at the Ritz.
MacWEEK: If you'll buy a Mac in 1999, buy a PowerBook.
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