Tuesday, December 11, 2001
The Big Apple: How Architects Use The Macintosh In Practice
Designers dig the Mac's iconic look, but lower-priced, faster PCs have eaten into Apple's market share in recent years. Is there a place for the Mac in today's design practice?
RealNetworks To Support MPEG-4
While RealNetworks already supports Apple's QuickTime format, adding support for MPEG-4 may help drive greater adoption of the standard.
IT Wholesale In Mac Play
National distributor IT Wholesale is attempting to breath some life back into the suffering Apple market with a plan to position itself as a digital hub solution provider.
Apple, Nvidia Products Honored By Gaming Magazine
The Titanium PowerBook has been a consistent seller and award winner for Apple.
Picking A Computer For Christmas
Shop wisely and get the most for the buck.
Me! Me! Me!
Hey, what do you know... I've just realized, my first "weblog" started way back, at least as early as Aug 91.
It was called "TV This Week", and "links" to information from Washington Post, TV Guide, etc. I was really into watching television during that period of my life. Well, if I remember correctly, this weekly blog was more facts than opinions, and I really liked shows like "Quantum Leap" and "Simpsons". Oh, and there's not really a World Wide Web. The "weblog" runs on USENET.
Maybe I should start (yet) another TV weblog? Nah...
Take that, Dave Winer! :-)
Dave Winer on a Segway.
Itanium Sales Off To A Slow Start
It's going to be a long haul for Itanium, Intel's new server chip.
MS Unveils New Media Software
Microsoft on Tuesday took the wraps off "Corona," a new package of digital media products it hopes will help let the Internet deliver theater-quality entertainment to consumers and big profits to content providers.
Can Compaq Live Without HP?
Compaq appears to be positioning itself in case the companies' merger unravels.
AOL Pumps $200m Into Gateway
Gateway will continue to distribute and promote AOL's products and services, including Netscape browser and AOL Instant Messenger.