Sunday, October 6, 2002
Make Or Break: Picking Apple's Future
The industry slump makes it tough to gauge any tech company's progress, but analysts' wildly divergent views suggest that Apple itself is suffering from an identity crisis.
District One Researches Powerschool
Parents at Williston Public School District No. 1 may soon be able link up to grade and progress information about their students via a new technology program known as PowerSchool.
Comparing Apples And Oranges
When measuring prices, itís not easy dealing with rapidly evolving products like computers.
Mac OS X: An Apple A Day Keeps The Pengiuns Away?
The Linux desktop's day to shine is arriving, and Apple Computer simply is not in a position to take Tux's well-deserved spotlight away.
Danny O'Brien: Clipping services are going to have to find some added value, very very quickly.
Today's kids will grow up with telephone and Internet avaiable through the air, while television comes in via a cable. The job is done.
I'm now using my Windows XP laptop at home with my AirPort wireless software. So far so good... Okay, not that good. Because I'm sitting quite far away from the base station, the signal strength goes up and down quite frequently. (I think it has something to do with whether there is anybody in the bathroom.) And everytime the signal strength varies, my dear Windows XP pops up a dialog to tell me about that. Stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid. Idiot.
Cheap PCs Chip Away At Microsoft's Edge
It is mighty early to write an obituary for the great "Wintel" alliance, but for the first time in a long while there is evidence of a credible challenge.