Sunday, January 6, 2002
Way Beyond AirPort
Imagine being able to access your data anywhere on the planet — even while in flight.
Jobs has managed to make the company once again a trendsetter for the industry, not only in design and marketing but also in technology.
Egg Soothes Website Fears
Egg blamed the problem on a communication error with the site's certificate vendor, Verisign.
Uesless Column Written Before The Word
I can say anything now.
The Aqua Letters
Our AquaRant™ provoked 180 emails in one day, and the total's heading for three hundred. Thanks for the kind words, stuff we hadn't thought of, and the useful tips.
Whenever I read someone said the other party don't get it, I almost always wanted to shout back: they get it. It's just that they have other concerns / issues / agenda that made things the way they are. It's you who don't get it.
Never underestimate other's intelligence, and never overestimate your own's.
This Is What Apple Is Revealing Tomorrow
Okay, so this is not exactly what Apple's introducting. This is what Bill is introducing. (The Dell Killer.)
But, if the speculations are right, this is what Apple will be upstaging. Think Different.
Brent Simmons: To the bathroom? Is it a bathroom computer?
Apple: Just one more sleepless night.
Two, if you are in Singapore like me. I'd have to stay up late on Monday night to catch the keynote that should start sometime around 1 a.m. Tuesday morning. Pardon me if I fell asleep on the single most important event of my pathentic life and failed to update this weblog at the earliest moment. :-)
If Apple is really revealing a worldwide wireless Internet system, there will be tons of regulation problems facing Apple. And I strongly doubt it will be availabe in Singapore. (Or China. Or a whole list of countries.)
Kevin Hemenway takes a look at PHP with Apache on Mac OS X.
From Mr Barrett: Small Wonder nostalgia.
From Camworld: Windows XP's real purpose in life.
Hack the Planet: Best Technology Weblog of 2001 as voted in Scripting News.
Intel, AMD Set To Unveil Speedy New Chips
AMD will debut its Athlon XP 2000+, which runs at 1.67 gigahertz, while Intel will unveil its new Pentium 4 chip running at 2.2 gigahertz, analysts said.