Today's Column & Article Summaries
101 things that the Mozilla browser can do that IE cannot. - XULPlanet
The title says it all. A very good read, especially if you aren't familiar with Mozilla. Note that TMO's staff is quite enamoured with Chimera, the Cocoa-built browser using Gecko, Mozilla's rendering engine.
Analysts: Gang of three to rule IT - News.com
IBM, HP, and Dell will rule the IT roost, according to Gartner, leaving Apple and others out in the cold. This might make it to our Apple Death Knell Counter. Nothing wrong with the story, but we think Gartner's results are off.
WiFi ooh la la! Va-va Vivato - ZDNet
David Berlind talks about a company that has a product that offers 802.11b connectivity of up to 4 miles. A very interesting subject.
Ralph J. Luciani - MyMac
Tim Robertson offers a tribute to Ralph J. Luciani, a writer at MyMac who passed away. We offer our condolences to the MyMac family, and to the rest of the Mac community. A good read.
Don't Hang Up! - The Unpublished last story from Ralph - MyMac
MyMac has also published a story from Ralph, an unpublished piece that's not Mac related, but that we found to be a good read.
Apple's Mac O'S Jaguar - Joy of Tech
The good folks at Geek Culture have a new Joy of Tech cartoon. This one uses a cereal box metaphor, and is quite funny. The resemblance between their cartoon Jaguar and Steve Jobs is quite entertaining. A good read.
What the 2002 election means for tech - News.com
News.com reports that the Republican when in the US Senate is likely good news for the tech industry. An interesting read.
Anonymous No More On AOL - Forbes.com
The case involving a whiny manufacturer tense with anonymous posts deriding the company and its products has taken a bad twist. The company had subpoenaed AOL asking for the name of the person who made the comments, but AOL, surprisingly, fought the subpoena. An appeals court ruled that the issue had to be solved in California, where AOL has already been ruled against on the issue. An interesting development in online privacy, and one that could set terrible precedents. On the other hand, there have been lots of people using anonymity to try and manipulate stock prices, and that is what this case is about, in theory. And interesting read.
Will buyers write off new tablet PCs? - News.com
News.com looks at the challenges faced by Microsoft's newest creation in the market place, the tablet PC. An interesting read.
Other Tech Articles
Aiming to Hook Up Every Home to the 'Net - Reuters
South Korea has unveiled plans to bring broadband access to every one of its citizens. It's a bold move, and it will be interesting to see how it plays out. A very interesting read.
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