News and commentary from the cross-platform scripting community.
Mail Starting 5/18/97
When Frontier was first released a few years back I purchased the product and played with it a bit. But at the time there was not much scriptable stuff around, so I put it aside.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Howson);
Sent at 5/19/97; 11:05:30 PM;
Good to See Frontier Lives!
I thought Frontier had gone out of existence.
I just discovered the scripting.com site a couple of weeks back and found that Frontier is not dead!
It is just the kind of web site compilation tool I've been thinking about and wondering if it existed somewhere.
So we've downloaded it and started playing with it again. Maybe we'll pull out our old manuals and read them again!
This site has listings for lots of clubs, theaters, and stadiums in the Bay Area. A great resource for live music lovers.
From: email@example.com (Deva Hazarika);
Sent at 5/18/97; 6:51:52 PM;
PS: Don't miss the Lilith Fair concert. I don't normally like shows at big venues like Shoreline, but that concert should be amazing.
The SF Chronicle used to put the events calendar from the Sunday "Pink Section" online, but I came up empty handed when I looked for it this morning. I used to look here for the classical listings:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Dan Mitchell);
Sent at 5/18/97; 9:11:57 AM;
Re: Is there a website for Shoreline?
I was more successful looking here:
where I found a link to Shoreline information and information about nearly everything else happening in the Bay Area.
By the way, I maintain a list of SF Bay Area _classical_ concerts at my site at:
It is heavier on San Francisco, South Bay, Santa Cruz, East Bay events and bit light on North Bay stuff because of who this list currently serves.
The concert list (and the rest of my sites) are done in Frontier - in this case in conjunction with a FileMaker Pro database.