I’m up late playing with my new Powerbook G4. Wow. Wow. Wow.
x180.net: Titanium Powerbook G4
I don’t think I’m going to make it to SXSW this year, despite the number of people who emailed offering free beers. It’s mostly a time issue for me, and I don’t think I can take four days off next month — especially since I want to attend CHI 2001 in April in Seattle.
Microsoft is saying that the upcoming versions of Office XP and Windows XP will have a limited number of installs (like five). What bothers me about this is that re-installing the software (or OS) is often the only solution to many technical problems when dealing with Microsoft software that has overtaken your system. Sorry, you gotta FedEx your computer to Microsoft if you want it fixed. Or better yet, maybe Microsoft will require you to re-purchase the software you already own.
CVSSearch, A Search Tool for Code
cms-list: Java versus XML based WCMS
Good resource: XML and Databases
The last paragraph of this story is classic. The reader who submitted this is using Netscape 3.x on a 68K Macintosh. Just goes to show you that you can’t always assume your audience is using the most up-to-date technologies.
This is a good idea, but what’s stopping the state of New York from then selling your contact information to companies that aren’t doing telemarketing?
“Smith & Wesson – the original point and click interface.” Ha!
How can a company as large as Microsoft not have done a trademark search on Xbox prior to launching their marketing campaign?
Posted by Cameron Barrett at February 8, 2001 04:02 PM