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10 Nov 2000 Almanac: 10 November 2000
China's Internet crackdown. The usual nonsense from J.D. Plus -- a cartoon of the day!
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11 Oct 2000 Almanac: 11 October 2000
Muppets choose Linux. Jackson unlikely to preside over Microsoft appeal. Silicon Valley infrastructure strained by high-tech growth. Super-options shield employees from taxes. Turning up the heat under Plan 9 and Inferno. Stallman makes a GNU case.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
13 Apr 2001 Almanac: 12 April 2001
Software Development 2001, the Embedded Systems Conference, and more.
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12 Oct 2000 Almanac: 12 October 2000
Founder of open source movement speaks. In the trenches with Loki. Proof of concept for Bazaar model. Mozilla as a way of life. Linux Standard Base takes a step forward. Privacy expert monitors net. Revolution? What revolution?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
13 Nov 2000 Almanac: 13 November 2000
All aboard the Rebol express. Linux Web server tutorial. Updating the ICANN saga. Delaying Netscape 6.0. Does the post-PC era start today?
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13 Oct 2000 Almanac: 13 October 2000
SDMI watermark scheme cracked. Behind the Microsoft-Corel deal. E-mail attachments considered harmful. Cost-cutting not the path to profits. Silicon Valley a mecca no longer. Andy Grove says the party is over.
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14 Dec 2000 Almanac: 14 December 2000
Job insecurity at the dot-coms. IBM captures headlines with Linux-investment talk. Linux for PDAs -- update. Claudia Schiffer's new Palm computer.
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14 Nov 2000 Almanac: 14 November 2000
Linux and the distributed virtual workplace. Python in-depth. The post-PC era, day two. And more of the usual nonsense with J.D.
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15 Jun 2001 Almanac: 15 June 2001
Good news for job seekers. New security standard to be implemented in IE 6. Linux and Kylix news.
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15 Nov 2000 Almanac: 15 November 2000
Intel to launch Pentium 4 next week. Phone makers embrace Java. A browser breakthrough. Weasel words at KDE? Burying the PC era once and for all. And the usual nonsense.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
16 Aug 2001 Almanac: 16 August 2001
J.D. on open source licenses, Linux, and the surprising news from Palm and Be.
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16 Nov 2000 Almanac: 16 November 2000
Microsoft, Borland target ASPs. Linus speaks! The <i><yawn></i> post-PC era continues.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
16 Oct 2000 Almanac: 16 October 2000
Cars get smarter. Activist joins ICANN. HP buys historic garage. Congress mulls Web-filter mandate. Patch offered for IE security hole.
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17 Nov 2000 Almanac: 17 November 2000
Microsoft's Tablet PC -- do they love it or do they hate it? Dispatches from the KDE-Gnome "war." What a "productive cough" is. And the usual nonsense.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
17 Oct 2000 Almanac: 17 October 2000
Has Linux been too successful? Home networking is next killer app. Linux in the enterprise. Python 2.0 released. SDMI watermarks intact? Latest UI breakthrough: scent.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
18 Oct 2000 Almanac: 18 October 2000
Who's #1 in Linux? Security, privacy trade-offs. Candidates drawn into Napster debate. Experience, wisdom considered harmful.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
19 Oct 2000 Almanac: 19 October 2000
Justifying a Delphi decision. Closing the digital divide. Congressional panel says no to Web filters. Internet salary survey. Dvorak tries on high-tech glasses.
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2 Nov 2000 Almanac: 2 November 2000
Eric Raymond, HP exchange open letters. Taking a first look at Whistler. Internet usage drops. Salon reviews Macintosh OS X.
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20 Nov 2000 Almanac: 20 November 2000
Macintosh OS X as a user-friendly BSD. Keeping up with Microsoft's .Net initiative. Palm looks to add IT support.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
20 Oct 2000 Almanac: 20 October 2000
Corporate investments in Linux. Love for sale. Oracle pulls plug on Netware support. Tech industry out of ideas? Cyber-crime treaty meets criticism. SDMI brouhaha continues. Test-driving JRun Studio. Hacker's guide to OpenOffice.
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