Monday, March 20, 2000
Employers Get Burned By The Hot Job Market
Companies are going to great lengths to make sure that candidates who say they're joining actually do — sending champagne to the home of a candidate who has just accepted a job, for example, or inviting new executives to meetings before they officially start.
Don't Shoot That iMac!
Online reviewers convince Epinions not to run a TV ad featuring a Mac being blown to smithereens by a PC lover.
The User Experience.3
It's easy to find basic advice on setting up your work area. Look no further than the manual that comes with your Mac.
Adobe Isn't Making Many Friends
I wish I could offer some words of encouragement to InDesign users, but I'm still waiting for Adobe to ship the complete Acrobat 4 I purchased last March.
Civilisation: Call To Power
If this had been just a little more different in gameplay from the previous version, I would have heartily recommended it. As it is, sometimes when I was playing, it was easy to forget I was playing a supposedly different game.
In what CEO Bill Gates called "an unfortunate but necessary step to protect our intellectual property from theft and exploitation by competitors," the Microsoft Corporation patented the numbers one and zero Monday.
As discoverd by thinksecret.com, some possible new directions from the people who brought you MacNN... WindowsNN? LinuxNN? And JavaNN? If you like the Macintosh coverage so far, you might very well be quite pleased.