Last night’s Saturday Night Live with host Tom Greene had some of the funniest skits I’ve seen in a long time. And to think I almost had tickets…
PHPBuilder: Open Source Databases: As The Tables Turn.
SCREEM is an integrated web development package for GNOME on Linux.
Macintouch has a bunch of reader reports about Netscape 6. I told Damien the other day to never expect Netscape 6 or Mozilla to run like a native Mac app on Mac OS 9.x. and that people using Mac OS 9.x should pass on Netscape 6 until Mac OS X becomes a standard. I’m disappointed at the level of cluelessness these Macintouch readers are displaying. There’s a guy who complains that Netscape 6 runs slowly on his three year-old PowerComputing clone. Well, duh! And then there’s the guy who thinks that Netscape 6 is a giant Java applet because there are files using the extensions .js and .jar. Oh my, I can only imagine how these people are going to flounder when they start digging around in Mac OS X. Sigh… My conclusion is that [this version of] Netscape 6 should not be used by novice users.
Posted by Cameron Barrett at November 19, 2000 07:04 PM