Monday, June 26, 2000
Dock Strip Gets The Nod At MacHack
A control strip that acts like the Mac OS X Dock took the top prize—a large rat trap—as MacHack 15 staged its infamous awards banquet.
MacHack 15 Special Report
While the hackers were busy coding, MacWEEK's David Read was busy covering the keynotes and other events at the annual conference for Mac programmers.
A Bridge Made Of Carbon
MacWEEK looks at Carbon, the technology that makes it easier for developers to move to the new OS.
Humongous' Backyard Baseball 2001
Young ballplayers will be sure to love this game and their parents won't get gouged with a high ticket price.
5 years ago - CNET : Happy Birthday, eWorld. In July, subscribers to Apple's eWorld online service will get a belated birthday gift — full access to the Web.
Latest Viruses Exploit Human Frailties
The new challenge for virus writers isn't how creative or damaging their script is, but rather how well they hide the fact that they're launching a virus.
Intel's New Celeron Chip Speeds Sub-$1,000 PCs
Intel tomorrow plans to launch three faster versions of its Celeron processor for low-cost desktop computers, enabling Intel-based computers priced at under $1,000 to run at speeds of 633, 667 and 700 MHz.