Sunday, November 12, 2000
Getting Over The Apple Menu In Ten Easy Steps
It's not the end of the world, I promise.
Reader spoke up in Applelinks.com: I would much rather have Steve [Jobs] than some sugar sweet executive that runs the company either into the ground, or into obscurity.
Microsoft's Big Picture: Whistler, Blackcombe And .NET
While packaged software isn't expected to disappear entirely, many believe that this new model will radically impact on how businesses and consumers obtain up-to-date products from companies like Microsoft. Individual and corporate users will be able to dial-up applications on demand through either a subscription agreement or rental arrangement.
Intel To Announce Two New Celeron Chips On Monday
Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intel is introducing two Celeron chips, one running at 766 megahertz and the other at 733 megahertz.