What's next, requests for Cable subscriber lists? Lawyer Subpoenas Data from Newspaper's Website - CyberTimes
It sucks to be Gil: Upside questions Gil Amelio's reputation as a turnaround artist.
Can Ad agencies give technology a soul? Salon on Branding for Dummies
The Fray is one of those sites that I should like but could never find an article that I wanted to read, until I found this story about Derek's not-so dream job at HotWired. I guess I'm a year late in discovering the Fray. Now if I could just figure out how to read Word.
More Apple bombshells at MacOS Rumors, and an explanation at AppleRecon
Pamela Anderson Lee, of unauthorized x-rated video fame, on Internet Privacy: Yahoo! Internet Life.
Friday July 4, 1997
NASA's Dose of Reality from Virtual Reality (Wired News)
Make An Ad Deal (NewMedia)
I started a mailing list for the Filter page.
Don't really know what to use it for yet. In the meantime, subscribe
and then send in links or comments to the email@example.com.
Ideally this will be a media and technology mailing list for Macintosh
users. Thanks to coollist
for starting a free mailing list service.
Saturday June 28, 1997
Despite Wired's death watch, Slate celebrated its one year anniversary on June 24th by releasing a Best (?) of Slate Collection. Has anyone else noticed that Microsoft's ASP pages load really, really slow.
With the defeat of the CDA, the call is on for sites to rate themselves. The Netly News examines why the RSACi rating system is unworkable for most news sites.
Briefing: Internet Software (the Red Herring)
July 22 is the release date for OS 8 (News.com)
Woo the Fortune 500? (techWeb)
Lexis-Nexis to let public see files (News.com)
4.0 to rival Castanet (News.com)
Wired News gets a redesign.
I found this Mac-only Netscape tag in HTML
Oracle, IBM, Sun take NC on road (News.com)
GOOD-BYE TO THE COMPUTER GEEK (BusinessWEEK)
Apple makes push deals (News.com)
'Web Anglais? Non, S'il Vous Plait' (Wired News)
Imagine the you organized a party just to hear the conversation of all the people that you have always wantd to meet; not just the movie stars, but the social activists, biologists, business leaders, and poets. That's Richard Saul Wurman's TED conference.
12 vendors commit to NetPC initiative (News.com)
Double Standard for Print and Web? (Editor & Publisher)
Making the Zine (Washington Post)
Tech, Young Man (Upside)
Content for sale: new media's weakest link (Wired News)
up the Net (Salon)
Thursday May 29, 1997
Stating the Obvious on the "War of Words" in technology industry press releases.
The economics of Webzines (Re-Wired)
The economics of internet backbones (Upside)
Disinfectant and Newswatcher developer John Norstad's reaction to Rhapsody at Apple's WWDC 97, hint: he likes it. Found on Macintouch.
When push comes to News (AJ Review) - A journalist's perspective on push news technology.
Newton Subsidiary Comments (Webintosh)
News: NeXT vets eye new OS (MacWEEK)
Apple Masters - famous Mac Users (Apple PR)
Microsoft plugs Windows 95 hole (News.com) Windows still vulnerable to a Mac Attack.
`The Woz,' Back at Apple, Is Not Mincing Words (Computer News Daily)
Could this be why TicketMaster went to war with Microsoft? The Home Shopping Network buys TicketMaster
Media Central Digest rates ABCnews.com and its competitors.
Jungle warfare (The Red Herring) Now that the IPO rush is over can Amazon.com compete with the big bookstore chains?
RFI's Response to Alsop's "Big Daddy" Twaddle (Apple Recon)
Intel announces new 133-MHz MMX Pentium for notebook computers (News.com). See O'grady's Powerpage for Apple's newest powerbooks.
Another behind the scenes account of the Apple/Next Merger (The Red Herring)
Oracle to take control of Navio (News.com). Navio was Netscape's competitor to WebTV. It looks like Ellison now has his Network PC company.
Netscape expects slow growth: SEC filing (News.com)
News: Steve Jobs chats up WWDC crowd (MacWEEK)
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Do Windows (Techweb)
Stone Design's Rhapsody HTML editor (Press Release)
WWDC: Developers laud Rhapsody direction (MacWEEK)
WWDC: Tevanian, Yellow Box star at WWDC (MacWEEK)
Apple moves toward the mainstream (5/11/1997) (SJ Mercury)
Apple's cross-platform Net gamble (News.com)
Apple sells developers on openness (News.com)
Apple Operations VP Predicts Q4 Turnaround (Macworld)
Another useful media site is Julian Sher's Links for Investigative Journalism.
Wired introduced NewBot, a news headline search tool. Unfortunately it's an ActiveX component and only works with Windoze.
Web ads face technical, business hurdles (NetscapeWorld)
Sunday May 11, 1997"Hey, it's May and it's still freakin' cold where I live. I wish it would warm up. I have no money and I publish this web site on my Quadra in the middle of the street. I have a long extension cord and I siphon power from parking stalls. So tell your friends to visit this magazine so I can have some validation about my life." - Gregory J. PaulhusHe is the Lizard King. Read about the cool side of Western Canadian culture. Or find out everthing there is to know about Lizards and/or Meadow Lake. Asocial Studies fans should check out greg's hair magazine. A cool Made With Mac magazine.
Netscape puts BeOS on the Fast Track (News.com)
First Look: PowerBook 2400 (MacUser)
profile of graphics wizard Kai Krause (The Atlantic Unbound)
Thursday, April 10
updated 4/9/97 9:30pm
Hancock hypes QuickTime (news.com)
Gates: PC a natural for living room (news.com)
updated 4/8/97 10:00pm
JVM Showdown (Webintosh) - reviews of Macintosh Java Virtual Machines.
How Will PowerMacs Fare In Retail? (TechWeb)
MS-WebTV Report (Apple Recon) Asks the question: Why are all the opponents of a $500 information appliance suddenly applauding Microsoft's purchase of WebTV?
updated 4/8/97 11:15am
MS-WebTV: Windows everywhere (news.com)
Apple's Java Rhapsody (Techweb)
updated 4/3/97/ 2:00pm
Apple's Prince Wants To Talk (NYTimes Syndicate)
Sunday, March 30
Wall Street: What is Larry Thinking? (TechWeb)
Analysts Expect $250M Q2 Loss for Apple (MacWorld)
Is Memphis Windows 98? (News.com)
Friday, March 28
Ellison mulls new bid for Apple (MacWEEK)
Ellison group seeks feedback (MacWEEK)
How to revive Apple forum page (SJ Mercury)
Apple won't jump on Windows delay (PC WEEK)
Thursday, March 27
Wednesday, March 26
Apple ahead (Sydney Morning Herald)
IBM Eyes MacOS Laptop Market (techweb)
Weak challenge to Win-ternet empire (3/23/1997) (SJ Mercury)
ATM network company owns 'Internet' (3/19/1997) (SJ Mercury)
Friday, March 21.
Id's John Carmack
on game development for current OS's - submitted by Josh
Thursday, March 20.
Struggle to Stay Wizzy (DaveNet)
Wednesday, March 19
Microsoft (Upside) - Upside examines Microsoft's vulnerabilities
Tuesday, March 18.
to Solve the Web's Search ProblemsÉ Forever (ZD Anchordesk)
Monday 17, March.
I added a discussion thread page, it's a
specialized guestbook so you don't have to register with HotWired anymore.
Saturday 15, March. 1997
A select list of News.Com and
MacWEEK layoff stories
Friday 14, March. 1997
Apple to Layoff Approx. 2500
Thursday 13, March. 1997
I did a whole bunch of behind the scenes clean up work on the site.
If you've bookmarked any links note this change: all the old news pages
are gone and replaced by this central archive
Wednesday 12, March. 1997
uploaded 3.11.97 11:00pm
Tuesday 11, March. 1997
The link archive has been cleaned up
and reopened. I also added a page for readers links.
If you would like to have your page listed send
me the URL.
Monday 10, March. 1997
uploaded 3.9.97 11:15pm
APPLE: WHAT IS STEVE JOBS UP TO? (BusinessWeek)
- Guy Kawasaki (Red Herring)
People: Does Amelio
know what he's gotten himself into? (upside)
Ellen Hancock interview (news.com)
Analysis: Studies clash over strength of Mac sales in education (MacWEEK)
Crack a Mac's server has been uncracked for CrackCounter
days. Crack comments.
- Apple executive VP Landi resigns
Mac magazines managing to survive (The Business Journal of San Jose)
Insider: RenderMan Rhapsody (MacWeek)
Intel's So Great, Why Have Analysts Suddenly Soured on It? (San Francisco
Trying to do what's right (San Francisco Examiner)
Jan. 29, 1997
Netscape at crossroads - News.com
Sour Year for Apple -- Sales Tumble 30 Percent in U.S. - SF Gate
Amelio turnaround not turning - SF Gate
Apple pitches for big blue clone - USA Today
Jan. 27, 1997
in the media - Macsense
Jan. 24. 1997
Jan. 23, 1997
You heard it here first:
Apple's a buy - MSNBC
new Frontier Newspage tool - DaveNet
Eyes Java for Key OS Role - Macworld
DaveNet Developers Survey
rant from the Chicago Tribune - apprently the author doesn't like Guy
This Fish's opinion - IMUG
Crabb on the myths of the NeXT merger - Chicago Sun_Times. via The