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daily link  Wednesday, January 19, 2000

This kind of thing is the beginning of the end for the notebook computer. I know it's very expensive now, but it's no more expensive than notebooks generally were less than five years ago. I, frankly, want one. I especially like the fact that it supports portrait or landscape.

I'm seriously considering going to SXSW Interactive in March, but I'm also considering ThunderLizard's Web Design 2000 Atlanta in February. I doubt I could get time off for both, and it's a really difficult decision.

Barnes and Noble is working on a credit card that allows you to earn points towards books when you use it.

In case you live under some kind of technology free bubble, Transmeta announced their new processor today. It is x386 compatible and aimed at the mobile market.(Do you see a theme developing here?) Their first product to market is designed to run a special version of Linux and last for a full day on one battery charge. For an insane amount of detail, go to the Slashdot report .

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