IBM invests more money in Linux. I think corporate support for open source development is awesome.
This is interesting. Microsoft is building a “gated community” around their latest Windows release, which gives access to the source code to a select group of vendors and software companies. This is clearly something they learned from the open source movement.
I’m afraid of Ouchy The Clown. Hey, he does meetings.
Ask Tog: Top 10 Reasons the Apple Dock Sucks. Even if Apple does keep the Dock in OS X it will only be a short while before some enterprising shareware author writes a replacement for it, much like Hugh Kawahara did when he wrote TaskMenuBar to replace Apple’s floating/detachable application window.
This Evaluation of New York City Web Guides is simply amazing.
Lonely Planet Guide: New York City
O’Reilly: Charting the Linux Anatomy. Awesome! I’ll have to try and get some of these posters. Sweet! There’s a PDF you can download and print out!
Posted by Cameron Barrett at February 1, 2001 08:42 PM