MacWorld's photo gallery from the Expo floor is a Frontier application.
Earlier today Bob Bierman from UserLand demo'd Frontier 5.1. Audio is available on this page.
MacWorld: Eddy Awards for 1998. Special congratulations to AppleScript for winning Technology of the Year. Scripting technology has long been overlooked as a differentiator for the Mac platform. It's good to see AppleScript get the recognition it deserves.
Wired: Games come back to the Mac. "When Amelio came in, the game developers didn't hear from anybody, because that wasn't the direction," said Kathy Tafel, partnership manager for games at Apple.
InfoWorld looks at IBM's AlphaWorks group. Fascinating. I'd love to meet someone from this group. Pointers?
PC WEEK: Microsoft wants OEM pricing info sealed.
InfoWorld: Microsoft email calls cross-platform software a disease that would undermine Windows.
A new easy-to-remember URL for the palmtop version of Scripting News.
News.com: Palm Computing to name new CEO.
Here's a table that compares Avantgo versions of news sites with the main version. Let's see which ones are in synch and which aren't.
NY Times: Yogi and Steinbrenner shake hands. Carmen Berra said she believed Steinbrenner's visit had nothing to do with business and everything to do with a clear conscience. "With the year 2000 coming, everyone is thinking about the future, about peace, about making things right," she said.
Wired: Death to beige boxes. They're serious!
My wish: less app breakage as Apple goes forward and more performance for the Mac OS. This trivial crap turns me off. Sure beige boxes are ugly. So make them smaller, make them disappear.
Think laptops. (They're not beige.)
CIO interviews Disney's visionary Bran Ferren.
News.com: Netscape wraps AtWeb buy. $212.3 million.
Starr Wars. Clinton humor!
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