Paul Haeberli starts a discussion on his Flash C library. If this goes somewhere, we could have a Frontier suite that allows websites to be rendered in Flash. That would be very nice, if only for the anti-aliased text it would enable.
Brent Simmons is working a on printer-friendly version of the getting started docs for Frontier.
News.com: Firms sign on to e-commerce XML standard.
Jakob Nielsen: Why People Shop on the Web.
David Meggison: 19 Short Questions about Namespaces (with Answers).
InfoWorld: Lotus's Web-based project software.
Lotus: QuickPlace Highlights.
Barry Campbell reviews SimCity 3000.
Wired: The Grateful Dead and MP3.
5/27/98: An Afterlife for The Dead?
Wired: Marimba to file IPO today. "For the past year, Marimba has been distancing itself from push and pitching itself as a network-management software company."
OpenIPO is a "new way to take companies public that gives everyone equal access to the IPO. A bid from an individual has the same standing as a bid from the largest institutional investor in the world."
CNN: White House responds to Byrd comments. Now I wonder why CNN missed the scoop they got, as reported in DaveNet last week.
NY Times: Amazon's recommendation for sale? "$10,000 is the price tag for a premium package for a newly released computer book -- consideration that includes the top slot on the computer home page, an author profile or interview and 'complete Amazon.com editorial review treatment.'"
TechWeb: Mac may not be Y2K safe. Maybe Steve Jobs doesn't know about Murphy?
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