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Saturday, November 18, 2000


Saturday, November 18, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

San Jose Mercury News: Fueled by Tone Loc's "Wild Thing," [Bill Gates] jump up and down, squatted and kicked his feet into the air, perilously close to two different dance partners. Not at the same time, of course.

Tom Santos, GM of reseller Macadam, on Apple's entry into retail stores: Retail is not just about moving boxes.

Interesting... Could it be that current Apple resellers are not moving enough boxes that Apple wants in the game too?

Dan Knight defending the appearance of a Dell ad on his Mac-centric site: We have not sold out to the enemy, but we're more than happy to take his money.


Microsoft Promises A More Heterogeneous Approach To Application Development
by InfoWorld
Microsoft touts .NET as OS neutral but maintains that Windows will best leverage the platform.

Linux Gets A Virtual Windows Boost
by The Register
The free software Plex86 project says it has successfully booted a copy Windows in the environment.

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