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If you're from Borders or Barnesandnoble, instead of complaining, set up a site that displays info about the books and has three buttons: Buy from Amazon, Buy from Borders and Buy from Barnesandnoble. Make it easy for me to support you.
John Dvorak: The All-Things Approach. "I suppose it's possible that the world's biggest bookstore can become the world's biggest CD store and the world's biggest toy store and the worlds biggest clothing store and.."
Bruce Tognazzini: The Sorry State of Web Design.
Steven Champeon: Building Dynamic HTML GUIS.
Freedom Forum: Jon Katz on Weblogs.
BucksWoodside.Com has been on the air for over 71 hours!
Dave Polaschek's WWDC report.
Good Morning Silicon Valley is a weblog. I met the editor of this site, Pat Sullivan, this morning. We had a lot in common!
Question for people studying the IPO craze. Why has no brand emerged in the Internet Cafe business? Why hasn't one of the 'brick and mortar' brands seized this opportunity? Why hasn't one of the big ISPs? Laptops are great, but what if every Barnes and Noble had several easy to use web browsers? So there Jeff Bezos!
Name withheld: 'I manage all of the non-MVS systems integrators at (a large bank), and I attended several technology briefings last week at HP. I feel that their efforts, in addition to being open, will have a greater long-term impact than BizTalk.'
ZDNET: "BizTalk is more than just the next generation of Microsoft's DNA (Distributed interNet Applications) architecture. It is also the name of a new XML-based BackOffice server that Microsoft will release into beta test this summer and ship sometime shortly after Windows 2000."
Paul Boutin: Why ask Why? Finally some sobriety! Hic.
IBM's XENA is an XML editor. No Mac version?
Screen shot of XENA running on the Mac. IBM should change their website to include Mac in the list of compatible systems?
InfoWorld: "Macromedia is also releasing the source code for the Flash 4 player, enabling any platform or application developers to integrate Flash playback capabilities into their products." Wow!
News.com: Macromedia Creates Shockwave Portal.
Macrobyte, a Frontier developer, expands. Keep on truckin!
Frontier 6 users, if you're using WebEdit to share access to an object database, it's time to take a look at WebEdit 2.0.
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