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New channel: Web Graphics. Hot site!

Jeffrey Zeldman: "Visually challenged? Not to worry. We got yer graphics right here. And they're all free." This is the perfect companion site for Scripting News. A bonanza!

Lawrence Lee reports that Microsoft Office 2000 has support for threaded discussion groups. Is the protocol connecting the workstation to the server open? Could we plug a new writing tool into their network? And can we replace their server with one running on Mac OS or Linux?

Sydney Morning Herald: Talk Back to the Web. "We're not going to let Chrysler go on Ford's Web site and post a note," said Mr Tan, acknowledging enforcement may be difficult considering the potential for a vast and growing number of comments.

CritSuite predates Third Voice.

Andy Babiec tried Third Voice and was reminded why he doesn't like unmoderated discussions.

Brief review of Third Voice. As the editor of a website, I don't like it. I hope people don't use it. It's a money-grab.

Michael Lawley asks what it will take to get me back on Apple's side.

Damn! LinuxNewbies.Com is taken. However we were able to snatch a juicy domain with Linux in it. Hah!

Red Herring: Interwoven's Dance Card Fills Up.

Forbes: Open Season in Silicon Valley.

Bruce Hoult reports that the guts of Open Transport have been removed in Apple's OSX.

Wired: Struggling to Be.

     

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