Reply Hazy, try again.
Tuesday, March 5, 2002
If you own and travel with a notebook computer, the Logitech MouseMan Traveler
is the way to go. It's small, but not too small. It works with all of my machines and all of the operating systems I use. It's optical, so it works well on any non-reflective surface. Finally, it comes with it's own little carry case to prevent it from getting crushed in my bag full of junk, and to keep the cord nice and neat. No one paid me to say that. 5:40:03 PM
Webmonkey: Flash MX Overview
This article actually has some hands on details, which I haven't really seen anywhere else. (via mac.scripting.com) 5:15:59 PM
Walter Mossberg "The iPod only works with Macs, though Apple should have a Windows version by the summer."
As far as I know, this is the first time we've heard this. Apple is going to release a Windows version of the iPod? I would imagine they are just going to release Windows software for it. 11:48:37 AM
laments the slow performance of Virtual PC on Mac OS X. I agree, but I don't really use it anymore anyway. PC's are cheap, and there are really only five or six apps that I run that I can't find any equivalent for on the X platform. You are better off buying a discontinued or second hand machine IMHO. (via Mr. Barrett) 11:45:22 AM
Flash 99% Good. First Aid Manual For Usable Flash Sites
I was unaware of this site until Web Graphics
pointed it out to me. I'm happy to see Macromedia putting effort into making Flash more usable and into making it faster on the Mac. The next question is what happens with all of their editor software. I use Cold Fusion Studio and Homesite to do all of my PC based Web coding.(except Java) Others, especially those who are more designy than codish, are using Dreamweaver and Ultradev. I don't see Macromedia keeping all four of these applications alive, but it's quite a tightrope act for them to please all of the target audiences with one line of products. We'll just have to wait and see, I guess. 11:38:47 AM