We like our fun and we never fight
- Because what the world needs right now is more PPC970/WWDC rumours (and later that day, even more). I'll go out, buy a hat and then eat it if there's 2.3GHz PPC970 Macs out by the end of the year.
- Steven Frank tells us that Panic has got an XServe: "Just to convince ourselves that it worked, we suppressed decades of conditioning and pulled one of them out while the machine was up and running. An amber light came on, as if to say, "hey, you should think about checking out the hard drive situation", but otherwise nary a complaint."
- John Gruber on Apple pulling Safari seeds.
- Hyatt on WebCore 68.
- Oooh, Giles is talking about Camino and Safari on O'Reilly. As a side note, I've noticed that Safari has replaced Internet Explorer in the recent UK print ads for the 17in PowerBook.
- In other browser news, Phoenix 0.6 is due in April.
- Magnetic tape used in an experimental data recorder recovered from Columbia is intact.
- Phoenix is looking nicer.
- Aaron Swartz is cool in that Randy Waterhouse kind of way.
- Infosync has a review of Nokia's 3650. Nokia, by the way, has a stupid website, because URLs like http://www.nokia.com/3650/ don't work, compared to Sony Ericsson where URLs like http://www.sonyericsson.com/t610/ do.
- Also from Infosync, Ogg Vorbis is coming to the P800.
- Okay, fine. So everyone's linking to that Adobe page with the graphs showing that PCs are faster than Macs. No one's disputing that they're not. They might, though, take issue with Adobe's graphs (look closely). If they change them, they're mirrored here and here.
- Tanglewood will be the successor to Itanium, reports The Register.
- Cory's notes of Sergey Brin at PC Forum 2003: the risks and benefits of doing an IPO, and more rationale behind that purchase.
- Of course, Google could be growing evil and spamming.
- More Firefly news: it's coming to DVD.
- IBM will also be manufacturing nVidia chips.
- Adrian writes about a common problem with old computer hardware.
- Not only do I like the phrase iridescent nanospheres, but they hold great promise for electronic paper.Cal on writing robust PHP.
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What about Adobes graphs? And they're mirrored where?
Posted by: No Spam on March 26, 2003 12:52 PM
Fixed now, they're linked to the correct mirrors.
Posted by: Dan Hon on March 26, 2003 01:59 PM