Mail to the Future now supports templates, allowing XML-RPC-savvy clients to push mail messages thru stationery.
But Dave, Do you love Microsoft? An answer to a frequently asked question.
Netscape: Communicator 4.5.1 Release Notes. Thanks to Lawrence Lee for the pointer. He says "It doesn't say anything about changes to how the keyword system works and the binary isn't available yet to test it. Should be out in a few days."
NY Times: For Microsoft, humbled may not mean defeated.
News.com: Layoffs threaten VRML's future.
News.com: LinuxWorld draws Industry Leaders. "Microsoft is not exhibiting at the show, the company said."
Microsoft: Creating a UNIX Application Using the Win32 API.
Web Techniques on Netscape's new rendering engine, Gecko.
NY Times: Even on the web, major political parties have the advantage. "...mainstream candidates embraced the Web while their third-party opponents largely neglected it."
SF Chronicle: Planning your day online.
The text file that CyberSitter uses to block access to sites it deems unacceptable for children. They also block sites that are critical of CyberSitter.
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