DaveNet: MacWEEK and Frontier.
Correction: In today's DaveNet I said MacWEEK is a unit of Ziff-Davis. In fact, MacWEEK is published by a joint venture between Ziff-Davis and the International Data Group.
WoW! A Telnet server for Frontier. This could be very useful!
Red Herring on Apple. "He thought the NetBoot feature would appeal to schools and colleges outfitting computer labs." Very true.
A sidebar to the MacWEEK story, for developers of apps that plug into content management on the Mac.
Wired: Security hole closed at MacWEEK. Hacker cooperates. "I have no interest in making them suffer too much," he said.
New release: MSIE 4.5/Mac.
Macintouch: Henry Norr reviews MSIE 4.5.
News.com: New designs for the New Year.
InfoWorld: Jobs gets warm reception from Mac crowd.
News.com: iMacs come in colors now. "We think one of the most important questions now is 'What is your favorite color?'" Jobs told thousands of attendees during his Macworld keynote. "This is far more important than the mumbo-jumbo associated with buying a computer. People don't care about that stuff. What they care about is, 'I want to express myself.'" I think he's serious.
InternetWorld: Browser wars move to standards focus. "While differences between capabilities across platforms and browsers will continue--cell phones just aren't going to ship with 800-by-600 super VGA screens, sorry--adjusting a page to the client will be the job of a media-dependent style sheet, not a $150-per-hour developer."
InternetWorld: XML enters widespread development.
1/12/98: XML User's Group meets in NYC.
Salon profiles Apple's Steve Jobs.
News.com: WalMart sues Amazon and Kleiner.
NY Times: AOL and CBS News.
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