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Doc Searls interviews Craig Burton on the prospects for Linux.
MacInTouch special report on Apple WWDC.
If any Scripting News readers are at WWDC, I hearby invite them to post reports, impressions, gossip, strange sitings, etc.
The Standard: NBC Buys Xoom. "The new venture, to be called NBC Internet, combines the Snap.com venture of CNET and NBC with Xoom.com and NBC Interactive, which includes NBC.com."
MSNBC: Lycos Deal Dead? "USA Networks Inc, stymied by stiff shareholder opposition to its agreement to buy Lycos Inc, is expected to abandon its three-month-long bid to acquire the Internet company, according to people familiar with the matter."
InfoWorld: NAI is releasing Versions 6.5 of both PGP Enterprise Security and PGP Command Line, to allow encryption of information in common batch files and on several new platforms, including mainframes, FTP servers, and Web servers.
The music site of the artist formerly known as Prince.
NY Times profiles the CEO at eBay. "In a Valley of unexpected millionaires, Meg Whitman is the unlikeliest of billionaires."
Eric Kidd coaches me on installing Red Hat Linux 6.0.
The Office of the Registrar at York University is is hiring experienced Frontier programers to build on-line interactive services for students and faculty.
BBC: Surviving on the Net. "They are locked in a secret central London youth hostel - their only contact with the outside world is via e-mails and online user groups. They will have to get everything they need - from underwear to food and drink - by ordering it on the Net."
Wired previews Apple's WWDC which begins today.
MacInTouch reports improvements to AppleScript in Mac OS 8.6, to be released today. It will have an external script scheduler app and the ability to do GETs and PUTs (it's not clear if it's HTTP or FTP or both). Frontier has had a built-in scheduler since 1992 and full net functionality since 1996.
MacWEEK: Sears to sell iMacs.
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