Saturday, December 22, 2001
Inetd: Bad Coder, No Doughnut
What is going on with you people who write installers and applications these days?
Mac IE Browser Defaults To Netscape Page
Ironic turn of events.
Chris Coleman: When Apple began developing Mac OS X, they did something really cool: they chose BSD Unix as the core foundation for the OS. On top of BSD Unix, they added their programming APIs, Graphics Engine, and Aqua GUI. This is common knowledge. But what many people don't know is that the source code for much of Mac OS X is available to the public.
Vidmaster: This evening, something so remarkable happened at the Apple Store that I felt I needed to share.
Brad Templeton: I remember USENET.