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Microsoft's aggressive search plans revealed - News - ZDNet
Topic: Technology 9:28 pm EST, Mar 26, 2004

] REDMOND, Wash.--Microsoft plans to introduce a news
] aggregation service for Web logs and to develop a social
] networking product, a company executive said on Friday.
] Speaking at the company's annual online advertising
] conference, Yusuf Medhi, MSN's corporate vice president
] of information and merchant services, spoke about the
] company's "big investment" in search. He highlighted
] MSN's recent release of a search toolbar for the browser
] and its new News Search, which aims to deliver more
] relevant results using personalization.
] In addition, he flagged planned Web log and
] social-networking products, and said the Microsoft
] division plans to develop natural language-processing
] algorithms. This technology would permit visitors to ask
] questions such as "What's the highest mountain?" instead
] of using simple keywords.

Microsoft's aggressive search plans revealed - News - ZDNet Symbiot on the Rules of Engagement
Topic: Technology 9:01 pm EST, Mar 20, 2004

Q&A article on Symbiot counterstrike capabilities. Symbiot on the Rules of Engagement

Zanka Software | Wired - BBS client/server for OSX
Topic: Technology 6:50 pm EST, Mar 10, 2004

] Wired is an open, modern and free version of the
] BBS-style client/server system, providing chat, messaging
] and file transfers. Zanka Software maintains the protocol
] standard, a UNIX server and a Mac OS X client.

Right on... I want to play with this....

Zanka Software | Wired - BBS client/server for OSX

SCO Files Slander of Title Lawsuit Against Novell
Topic: Technology 12:30 am EST, Jan 21, 2004

] Complaint Requests Injunctive Relief and Damages Against
] Novell for Copyright Misrepresentations and Alleges Bad
] Faith Effort by Novell to Interfere With SCO's
] Intellectual Property Rights to UNIX and UnixWare

Okay SCO, where is the source code to prove this copyright mispreresentation?

SCO Files Slander of Title Lawsuit Against Novell

Yahoo! News - Motorola Gets License on Tracking Tech
Topic: Technology 4:29 pm EST, Jan  8, 2004

] NEW YORK - Motorola Inc. is licensing wireless technology
] from a startup led by Apple Computer co-founder Steve
] Wozniak to develop devices and services that can monitor
] the locations of people, pets or important possessions.

Yahoo! News - Motorola Gets License on Tracking Tech

iBook Logic Board Failure Petition
Topic: Technology 11:21 pm EST, Jan  3, 2004

] This petition is created to force Apple Computer, Inc. to
] admit there is a recurring and endemic problem with their
] Dual USB iBook computers, namely, the frequent and
] repeated failure of the logic boards in these machines.
] We petition that Apple provide recourse to this problem
] by either extending the warranty on the logic boards to
] cover all purchasers of said machines, or by offering
] reasonable replacement options other than the current
] replacement logic board, which has been proven faulty.

iBook Logic Board Failure Petition - Does PowerPoint make us stupid? - Dec. 30, 2003
Topic: Technology 4:14 pm EST, Dec 30, 2003

] "People are asking whether, ultimately, PowerPoint makes
] us all stupid, or does it help us streamline our
] thoughts?" said Norvig, who first saw Talking Heads in
] the late '70s. "My belief is that PowerPoint doesn't kill
] meetings. People kill meetings. But using PowerPoint is
] like having a loaded AK-47 on the table: You can do very
] bad things with it." - Does PowerPoint make us stupid? - Dec. 30, 2003

Who is Jonathan Ive and what kind of car does he drive
Topic: Technology 4:10 pm EST, Dec 30, 2003

] Friends say the roots of his success lie in his lateral
] thinking - finding the true appeal of an object, often
] ignoring the traditional approach to design. Inspiration
] comes from almost anywhere. The original candy-coloured
] iMac had its roots in gumdrops. The popular transparent
] Apple mouse came from thinking about how drops of water
] sit on a flat surface. An angle-poise desk lamp helped
] inspire the new iMac. The see-through outer casing of
] recent iBooks came from the look that food has when
] wrapped in clingfilm. The iPod is like a cigarette pack
] for those addicted to music instead of tobacco.

Who is Jonathan Ive and what kind of car does he drive

E-Vote Software Leaked Online
Topic: Technology 8:20 pm EST, Oct 30, 2003

Software used by an electronic voting system manufactured by Sequoia Voting Systems has been left unprotected on a publicly available server, raising concerns about the possibility of vote tampering in future elections.

The software, made available at, is stored on an FTP server owned by Jaguar Computer Systems, a firm that provides election support to a California county. The software is used for placing ballots on voting kiosks and for storing and tabulating results for the Sequoia AVC Edge touch-screen system.

E-Vote Software Leaked Online

Microsoft: No new versions of IE for Mac | CNET
Topic: Technology 6:25 pm EDT, Jun 13, 2003

update Microsoft said Friday that it is halting development of future Macintosh versions of its Internet Explorer browser, citing competition from Apple Computer's Safari browser.

Microsoft plans to keep the existing versions of IE available on its Mac Web site. The company is releasing a minor upgrade--IE version 5.2.3--to the OS X browser on Monday. Although a minor update to the Mac OS 9 version of the browser will also come within the next month, it is unclear how many releases will follow. "It depends, as things come up," Sommer said.

Microsoft: No new versions of IE for Mac | CNET

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