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Be the first one on your block to take a "Dick-and-Jane" style tutorial of the new operating system from the Borg... I mean, boys (and girls, of course, don't mean to be sexist, was just trying to make a joke, let's not dwell on this now, shall we?) in Redmond. Spot stops running long enough to teach you the basics.
The future is an ever-changing target--and while predictions are a dangerous business (it's too easy for people to tell when you're wrong), I've been predicting computer trends for years, and have almost always been right (while simultaneously almost always being wrong about high tech stock fluctuations). So I'm not going to let the danger stop me. Read all about what your computers will be like in five to ten years.
Thought today's notebook computers were the smallest and lightest they could be? Read about this 10-year-old notebook computer that's the size of a piece of paper, weighs under two pounds and has a totally silent keyboard.
"We are still sitting at a the computer in much the same way as our ancestors sat at a writing desk back at the turn of the century." Stupid, isn't it? Computers have given us a new way to work and now an industrial designer has finally created a new place to work.
The following are a few of software reviews I've written for c|net, the computer network. I will be posting additional reviews and links in the near future. Clicking on these links opens a new browser window. When you're done reading the review, just close the window and you'll be right back here.
CorelXara: Read about the program that is perhaps the best illustration program ever written, and almost certainly the best illustration program for the web. I use it to create all my graphics.
Microsoft Front Page: One of the leading web creation tools. I've used to to edit parts of this site.
NetObjects Fusion vs Front Page: Read my comparison of these two powerhouse programs.
Macromedia Flash - this is truly great multimedia for the web--practical, fast, smooth, interactive. You can avoid the Netscape/MS "dynamic HTML" mess by using this smart software.
Pretty Good Privacy--actually excellent encryption technology that's at least easy to use.
Comparison of 7 FreeMail services: great for when you're not at your own computer--or when you don't even have your own computer.
Xara Webster, a great shareware utility to help you create better-looking web graphics.
Adobe Illustrator, Version 7, the latest release of this program offers many new features but is best not as a stand-alone program, but as part of the PhotoShop/Illustrator/PageMaker suite.
Tumbleweed Posta: This clever system lets you send secure e-mail via the web--and keep track of exactly who read it and when.
Net-It Now: A unique Java-based way to create interactive pages.
Netscape plug ins: Read about some useful Navigator plug-ins.
StudioJ2000: Create Java animations using this Java program that runs in your browser.
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