DaveNet: Money on the Table.
News.com: Crypto export limits ruled unconstitutional. Yay!
Jon Swartz: Encryption Author Seeks Probe Details.
New channel: Manifest Station.
PC World: Web Makes Nobel Laureate Grouchy. I know what he means!
Wired: Be files for IPO. "Due to our financial position as of December 31, 1998, and absent the raising of additional funds, our independent accountants have expressed substantial doubt regarding our ability to continue as a going concern," reads the prospectus.
ABC: Chat with Linus.
David Carter-Tod: Editable Online Outliner. Netscape only.
Doc Searls: Netscape survives its own autopsy.
NetStudio offers both a free automated Web graphics service and award-winning retail software to allow anyone to create compelling, custom Web graphics with ease.
Wired sneaks a peek at the new Star Wars. (Not the trailer, the movie itself!)
Red Herring: Kleiner funds Linux startup.
The Polite Spider Suite 1.0b5. "The Spider crawls the Web. He is polite because he never goes where he is not supposed to. This version is even more polite than the original Spider."
Chris Nolan: 'Silicon Boys' Won't Win Many Friends.
Upside: Lifestyles of the Fully Vested.
MacWEEK: Gone but not forgotten. "Unlike Painter, which managed to carve itself a niche as complement of Photoshop, Live Picture never had that luck. Every potential user seemed to mistake it for a Photoshop clone."
Marc Canter's favorite San Francisco restaurants.
Dr Dobbs Journal 1999 Excellence in Programming Award.
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