I downloaded Refer 2.01 today. With only minimal tweaking, I was able to get it working mostly how I wanted it to. This software is written in PHP and utilizes a MySQL database. It’s pretty cool. It’s better than one of those ugly little free counters, and it gives you alot more information too. The […]
Mozilla 1.4 Release Candidate 3 is out now. They’re really moving along on this thing. I read reports that 1.4 final should be available by the end of next week. Also Netscape 7.1 is expected not too long after that based on the 1.0.3 Gecko build (1.4’s codebase). More and more people are switching to […]
Out of nowhere, I decided to see where I was on the search engines. By typing in “skyzyx” and clicking go, I came across some interesting stuff. First of all, my website that I had in high school (1998) has a higher ranking than my current site does. The spiders have done their job. My […]
This is a snippet of a short article that was posted on As The Apple Turns… a mock-soap-opera-esque e-zine about the latest goings-on of Apple Computer. Here’s what they had to say: Speaking of Apple retail stores, more and more sources are climbing on board with reports that Apple’s own outlets and third party resellers […]
I just downloaded Mozilla 1.4 Release Candidate 2 for Windows. It’s beautiful, and it seems a bit faster too. Hmmm… has Firebird™ begun the integration process? If I can expect this or better in 1.4 Final, then I believe that 1.4 will be an excellent new stable branch for Netscape, CompuServe, Camino™, and other Gecko […]
If you’re one of the 15-20 people who ever used the BeOS, I’m sure you were pretty bummed out when they were bought out by Palm Computing a while back. We were all going to miss our brilliant little alternative-OS. Those of you who miss the BeOS may be able to see it again very […]
Shortly after the announcement of the death of a standalone version of Internet Explorer for Windows, the death of Internet Explorer for Mac has come to pass. Apparently, further updates of IE/Mac will only occur within the MSN for Mac OS X software. Supposedly this decision was made so that Apple could push Safari, Apple’s […]
Apparently Zeldman’s accusation that 99.9% of all websites are obsolete is inaccurate. According to this thesis, only 99.29% of websites are obsolete out of an examined 2.4 million. Zeldman has formally retracted his earlier estimate.
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