Linux News for Nov 29, 1998
L.S. Colby: "I request that Rob Magazine retract the title of its article." (Nov 29, 1998, 12:51)
L. S. Colby posts concerns about Rob Magazine's previous article, where
they refer to our Linux community as "Socialism".
EE Times: Designers differ on future of the sub-$1,000 PC (Nov 29, 1998, 01:42)
"At below $400, a Windows 9X solution just isn't possible... At
that price level, Windows 98 is the most expensive component."
EE Times: Top PC makers withhold support from Intel I/O scheme (Nov 29, 1998, 01:28)
Citing concerns about Intel Corp.'s approach to open standards, three top PC server makers are refusing to endorse an Intel effort to define a next-generation computer I/O architecture.
Detroit News: Houston apartments wired for 'geeks' only (Nov 29, 1998, 00:15)
For rent: Apartment; sleeps 2.8 computers; unique address (on
the Web); Linux in all rooms. Only geeks need apply.
32bitsonline: The Gimp--a review by Jon Lasser (Nov 29, 1998, 00:08)
The GIMP is a drawing, photo-editing, and graphic manipulation
program which runs on Unix and other X Window-based systems.
Chicago Tribune: AOL-Netscape union may prove you can please everyone (Nov 29, 1998, 00:05)
This editorial speculates on AOL's true motives behind the
COMMERCIAL: J. River Releases ICE.PPN(TM) for Windows to UNIX Portable Private Networking (Nov 29, 1998, 00:04)
Here's an alternative to VPN's.
Nando: AOL-Netscape merger could lead to new Internet technology (Nov 29, 1998, 00:03)
The Raleigh News & Observer reports on new technologies
promised by AOL's Steve Case.
SJ Mercury: Open source and Lotus (Nov 29, 1998, 00:03)
"I have been working on IBM for more than a year to support
Linux with SmartSuite and Notes. They are just starting to take
Gaby v0.2.3, a user manageable database program. (Nov 29, 1998, 00:01)
Gaby can manage manage adresses, phone numbers, email addresses
Dallas Morning News reports on AOL, Netscape, and the Microsoft trial. (Nov 29, 1998, 00:00)
"Deal wouldn't hurt Microsoft case, witness says"