Tuesday, July 4, 2000
Dot-Coms Flying High With Business Jets
Many recent Gulfstream buyers are technology billionaires who benefited from the high-flying dot-com economy: Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who co-founded Broadcast.com and later sold it to Yahoo for around $5 billion; Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs and Nathan Myhrvold, Microsoft's former chief technology officer.
3D's Last Chance
After years of providing geeky thrills that were a hassle to view, 3D Web imagery must now prove it can actually sell stuff.
Open Source And The Macintosh
Apple's emphasis on a graphical user interface with a high level of internal consistency worked - virtually all Macintosh programmers work hard on interface, sometimes harder than on the actual code.
Stylus Photo 2000P
For the right person - a photographer, or an artist - this printer could be a goldmine and therefore worth every penny.
For a more stable Mac, $50 a year is a bargain.
Rumors, Folks, Rumors
Or why this cannot be what Apple is throwing at us this coming Macworld.
5. It's a right-handed only mouse.
4. It's ugly, ugly, ugly.
3. It cannot match any of the 6 colors of iMac.
2. It has Not-A-Steve-Jobs-Product written all over it.
1. It's from another one of those rumors site that predicted the coming of a 17-inch iMac for years.
Intel BIOS Update - Close But No Cigar
You see what happens? You write a positive story about Intel and fate vomits in your face.
A Review Of Microsoft Project 2000
I wanted this column to be a review of Microsoft Project 2000, a truly ground-breaking project management tool. But a large portion of that has to be how lousy the accompanying manual is.
An Integrated, Friendlier Windows Me
Microsoft's Millennium Edition has added multimedia and video-editing capabilities and easy home networking.
Gateway Finds Glitch In 1-GHz AMD Systems
Gateway has found a bug with its computers containing the 1-GHz Athlon "Thunderbird" chip from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) but is working to solve the problem and offering to fix affected computers.