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Today's scriptingNews Outline

Author:Dave Winer
Posted:8/10/1999; 6:46:50 AM
Topic:Today's scriptingNews Outline
Msg #:9297
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DaveNet: Scripting News Bulletins.

NY Times: Ticketmaster sues over deep links. "Ticketmaster Online said that the Tickets.com site featured links that went deep into its own site, bypassing introductory pages and advertising. It also said Tickets.com has repeatedly plagiarized editorial material from Ticketmaster Online and misled consumers about ticket availability at venues affiliated with Ticketmaster."

InfoWorld: Microsoft takes wraps off Embedded NT. "According to a study by the Gartner Group, Microsoft has taken great pains to ensure that NT Embedded does not 'cannibalize' its other operating system products." InfoWorld doesn't mention the price for the embedded versions.

We have been linking to InfoWorld.Com since the inception of Scripting News, we're going to keep doing it until we hear otherwise from InfoWorld. I assume their linking policy is an old not-updated page explaining an old not-enforced policy. However, if they object, we will stop linking to them in the future.

InfoWorld: General Motors 'dot-coms' Itself. "An automobile is just a Java browser with tires," quipped McNealy.

Bruce O'Neel: OOPSLA 99 and XML. "A lot of these folks have used CORBA and one does get the feeling that a lot of them aren't completely happy about it."

Outliners.Com: Kevin Shay used Acta.

Tico Times: Mac Meets Mac in Cyber-Combo. "MiMac joins McDonald's and Apple Computer which is lending 10 new iMac computers to the project in a strategic alliance. Radiográfica Costarricense (RACSA), Costa Rica's Internet provider, will supply Internet access."


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