Thea did a new Galleria! "Were it not for Frontier, I wouldn't be able to do this site because it would take far too much time away from my family--not to mention my other clients." If you have an interesting Frontier-managed site that you'd like to be appreciated for, please let Thea know.
Late Night Software: OSA for DreamWeaver 2.0.
Web Developers Journal interviewed Marc Canter in 1995. Great soundbites. Like this: "Where I'm shooting at is where they will end up at in 5 years. So I'd like to say that the set top box, which is the supposed platform that will be out there for the info-highway, would have 16MB RAM, and 100 MIPS processor, and DSP and MIDI built in, with real time streaming video. That is something we could target well to the end of this century. That is something that will be a decent platform to start from." 16MB?
Wired: Buzz from the Desert. "Before a stunned group of potential investors -- and a friend of a member of his company's board -- the intoxicated CEO climbed atop a table and began screaming random obscenities at the stunned power crowd. Oops." Sounds like they're having fun this year at Esther's!
InfoWorld: Vendors Itching to Ship 8-CPU Intel Servers.
InfoWorld: Linux Alley is Crowded but Lacks Apps.
MacWEEK: Untangling the Web. "Think of reading a 10-page interview with your favorite musician or a lengthy excerpt form Joyce's Ulysses on a Web site. Doesn't really fly, does it?"
More swingin animals! Now the cows are dancing. Uff-dah!
Bernie DeKoven: Dynamic Templates. "Keeping the agenda items as the top level in an outline allows participants to expand (add subheadings to) any item, and then collapse the outline to an agenda-level view. This way, no matter how deep and detailed a discussion becomes, we can instantly refocus.."
Richard Stallman comments on Apple's open source license. "...only part of MacOS is being released under the APSL--and it is the lowest level part. The only practical use for this code is to run the non-free part of MacOS." It's understandable that he would find this confusing. It is not the underpinnings of the MacOS that Apple released. It's the underpinnings of another OS, one with far fewer users and developers.
Snap for people with speedy net connections.
Red Herring: Snap sells speed.
A fellow named Aaron is using Frontier and the IdleTime INIT to combat RSI.
News.com: IBM Launches Business PCs starting at $859.
Robert Morgan: "I expect the gathering of key Apple investors to be quite a lovefest, considering the company's triumphs since last year's meeting.."
MacWEEK: Rhapsody hits a sour note.
Salon's Scott Rosenberg continues the outliner thread. "I learned that many of you are as irate as I am about the paucity of choices the commercial marketplace provides in the field of PIMs; that many of you still use old, outdated programs to organize your lives, as I do, because you love them even though their publishers don't.."
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