Tuesday, June 25, 2002
The One-Man Studio Revisited
Stand-alone filmmaking comes of age in the digital age with Mac OS X.
Apple France Offers Online Store Affiliate Program
The affiliate program is the first of its kind; it's unknown whether Apple will expand the program to other parts of the world.
Senate To Re-Ponder Propriety Of Laptops
The Wyoming Republican has a simple wish. He'd like to take his laptop with him to the Senate floor.
HP Overhauls Consumer Printer Line
Hewlett-Packard, which relies heavily on profits derived from its printer business, announced Tuesday that it is revamping its entire line of consumer printers.
Do You Know Where His Keys Are?
Some people make lists of their books or CDs. Some people take pictures of their possessions for insurance purposes. Matthew McClintock, a 35-year-old webmaster from Chicago, makes lists and takes pictures to an obsessive degree.
Open-And-Shut Case For Laptops? New Hanover Educators Say All Students Need New Computers
As a New Hanover County school principal, Maryann Nunnally never really found computers captivating. Today, as a member of the county school board, she sees their value.
You Ought To Meet Jay Jay
A look at Jay Jay in "Sky Heroes to the Rescue" shows it to be up to the same standards of "Reader Rabbit" or the "Carmen Sandiego" series.
Lost In Space
A peculiar mix of action and role playing, Escape Velocity has been a legend with Mac gamers since its debut several years ago. This new version improves graphics, adds tons of new story elements, and runs natively in Mac OS X.
Questions For Mozilla Experts
I have turned off image-loading in my Mozilla 1.1a. (Doesn't it feel weird to be using a 1.x release of a web browser in this day and age?)
How would I be then selectively load images inside web pages? (In IE, it would be right-click on empty image, select View Picture.)
Angry Microsoft Clients Looking At Linux To Get Even
The clock is ticking for companies to comply with Microsoft Corp's new software-pricing policy, a plan criticised for raising customers' software costs while helping Microsoft's bottom line.
Digital Media: Will Microsoft Win Again?
A battle is brewing over the future of digital media that could determine whether consumers are locked into formats controlled by Microsoft or have access to more open standards championed by competitors.
It's A Tablet. It's A Notebook. From Microsoft, A New Hybrid
When Microsoft announces in New York today that machine susing its Tablet PC software will be introduced on Nov. 7, the emphasis will beon using pen-based features to enhance ocnventional notebook computers.