Who am I?
Mon, Aug 25, 1997
New Newton Magazine.
Good review of the eMate 300 by The New York Times.
Good review of the Newton MessagePad 2000 by MSNBC.
Gil Amelio's op-ed piece in the San Jose Mercury News.
Tue, Aug 19, 1997
Apple: Mac OS 8 Human Interface Guidelines.
News.com: Web host's domain nixed again.
Thu, Aug 14, 1997
Hmmm... Sox trade Mike Stanley to the Yankees for a hot minor league pitcher...
Wed, Aug 13, 1997
CNN: Discovery astronauts snap clearer photos of Hale-Bopp.
Tue, Aug 12, 1997
Mac OS Rumors Rhapsody Info Archive.
Aardman Animations releases Wallace and Gromit icons.
Jobs confirms he sold 1.5 million Apple shares in June.
Time article about Steve Jobs.
Interesting article about Steve Jobs.
MacWeek on Jobs' speech.
Steve Jobs' Macworld '97 Boston Keynote address.
Wed, Aug 6, 1997
Macworld Expo begins today, lots of Apple news...
Microsoft invests in Apple.
Jobs names new Apple board.
Controversial article. I am still reading it and will likely have some comments soon. The Computer Delusion by Todd Oppenheimer.
Jesus For Dummies Only if you aren't easily offended!.
From Jesus for Dummies: Man is not the masterpiece of God's creation. Instead, it is The Giant Squid.
Tue, Aug 5, 1997
New York Times: Fast Times at Wired Magazine Hit a Speed Bump.
Jon Katz: Invitation to a Beheading.
Followup to yesterday's article by Jorg Brown.
Mac OS Rumors.
USA Today: Gil Amelio Speaks Out.
San Jose Mercury News: Steven Jobs Keynote Speech tomorrow at Macworld.
Mon, Aug 4, 1997
Interesting article by Jorg Brown on Apple's problems.
Great article by Danny Goodman about Apple.
Fri, Aug 1, 1997
Steve Jobs is not going to be Apple's CEO or chairman. He states this in anemail to Pixar Employees.
But this news report says that Larry Ellison is joining Apple's board of directors and he says Jobs is taking the top job.
Ok. Guess what my latest hobby is...
A great beginner's Guide to Sailing.
All about how to use telltales.
Java fun: SailTrimSim.
New FileMaker Pro serves directly to the web.
ZDNET: Why You Should Save Apple (Even If You Use Windows Today)
Text of an article which was attributed to Kurt Vonnegut as a Commencement Address at MIT.