Archive: March 2002

The Ultimate Palmtop (March 27, 2002)

Sony’s “Clie” line of PalmOS-based organizers have been the standard by which others are measured in terms of style and polish for several years now. But now they’ve gone and outdone themselves with the PEG-NR70, a killer device with a high-color, high-resolution display, built-in MP3 player and keyboard, optional integrated digital camera, a unique “flip-and-rotate” […]

Jason To Napster: Told You So (March 26, 2002)

Wired News is reporting that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a July lower court ruling that Napster’s free online file-trading service has to go offline. Not news in practical terms, since Napster has shifted its focus to for-pay services, leaving the free file-swapping market to others, but it is one more […]

Because The Innocent Have Nothing To Hide! (March 25, 2002)

Attention Citizen! Have you gotten your Mandatory Patriotic Tattoo yet? Hop to it!

Movable Type 2.0 Released (March 25, 2002)

If you are looking for an excellent Weblogging tool that is highly customizable and requires minimal maintenance, this should make you happy — version 2.0 of the Movable Type Weblog package has just been released. MT is the software that drives this site, and I recommend it highly. Check it out, and congratulations to the […]

AMD Founder Steps Down Swinging (March 22, 2002)

For all the brouhaha that has surrounded the Microsoft antitrust trial, it’s a little surprising that there isn’t more mention of the other great monopoly in the PC industry — the CPU headlock held by Intel Corp. Over the years, over 15 companies have challenged Intel’s dominance in this sector, and each one has gone […]

Blogging Goes Corporate — For Free (March 18, 2002)

There’s already a jillion and one blogging tools out there, I know. But here’s some news about one that’s an interesting new twist on the whole idea of blogging itself. It takes blogging into a whole new world — by connecting bloggers directly with each other. And in doing so it opens up whole new […]