DaveNet: Comparing Broadband and HTML.
John Dvorak has another screenshot of a confidential Microsoft product, Windows 2001.
AbiSource: Pictures from LinuxExpo.
News.com: The bidding war for Linux.com. Was Microsoft really bidding, and why?
InfoWorld: HP Splits in Two, CEO Platt Splits Too. InfoWorld wins the Best Headline of 1999 Award.
Press Release: Computer Associates and Red Hat sittin in a tree. Bringing Linux to the desktop of one million PC.
CNN: Senate report on Y2K.
Ouch! My face is red. Bryan Green points to three DaveNet pieces where I *did* claim to be a journalist. 1, 2, 3. So I retract the statement I made today about never claiming to be a journalist and apologize to my readers for not having done a thorough search of DaveNet back-issues before making the statement.
MSNBC: Internet Deals at Snowbird.
Ygenerator is a dynamic Flash generator that works in the same way as Macromedia's Flash Generator.
Wired: Microsoft to Drop Spam Filtering. "Just because we're complying doesn't mean we're giving up," [Microsoft spokesman Tom Pilla] said. "We want to defend our right to add technologies that aid users."
Avantgo: Mobile Application Link is a communication standard and software that enables handhelds to exchange data and applications directly with centralized application servers in the same way that HotSync or ActiveSync technologies enable a handheld to exchange data with a workstation.
Now you too can do The Hamster Dance.
But wait, there's more!
David Brown has a cable modem and wouldn't give it back.
Wired: Counties and Internet Taxation. As malls shrink, as the Internet grows, counties are losing their revenue base.
Fairfax IT: Pentium III-only Sites Coming Soon. Oooops!
Upside: Brenda Laurel vs Barbie. Barbie won.
Adobe's InDesign is their challenge to Quark, to be launched today in Boston at Seybold.
MacWEEK: InDesign makes Seybold debut.
MacWorld: Adobe Answers XPress.
News.com: Adobe Rolling Out Quark Killer.
NY Times: Internet Sellers Appease Retailers. "...if you don't practice cannibalism, the competition will eat you for lunch."
Developer's Day at WWW8 includes a panel on web scripting, and Frontier gets a mention. That's nice!
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