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Today's scriptingNews Outline
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 8/6/1999; 7:23:33 AM Topic: Today's scriptingNews Outline Msg #: 9205 Prev/Next: 9204 / 9206
Dig we must! Over the weekend a new preferences server will come online. There may be glitches. UserLand.Com will run faster and will get new preferences-based features as a result of this change. No pain no gain!
StatMarket reports that Microsoft now accounts for approximately 75% of all browsers used on the Internet.
An atlas of cyberspaces. "The cybermaps, like maps of the real-world, help us navigate the new information landscapes, as well being objects of aesthetic interest. They have been created by 'cyber-explorers' of many different disciplines, and from all corners of the world."
The original weblog, NCSA's What's New page.
Dave Kopper approaches Tree Charts in HTML.
MsgTo.Com: Spam-free email?
Another angle: SpamWorld.Com™
News.Com: Is Gates pulling the Net's strings? "For the first time, a complete product that is completely Microsoft-free is now within reach." Mac?
More antique software news on MacInTouch.
Eric Kidd: Cobalt Qube needs more RAM. "As best I can tell, Dave's Qube has only 16MB of RAM. This was enough for the rerelease of ThinkTank, but not enough for the rerelease of MORE 3.0."
Wired: Unix or Eunuchs? "The long hours required to succeed in a booming industry mean few hours left over for dating and relationships, leaving many with raging careers and utterly flaccid personal lives."
12/2/96: "Here's a sure-fire way to create some new moves. Go for a walk. Come back. They're there. You just can't see them."
There are responses to this message:
- MSN $36/3months are costco, David Valentine, 8/6/1999; 9:19:26 AM
- Spam-free email, Dave Polaschek, 8/6/1999; 9:21:59 AM
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