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VAR Business Sun Ying Tam

Unix Workstations: Fill 'er Up On Ultra

VarBusiness raced a pair of hot-rod workstations in their labs. They requested Unix workstation vendors to supply graphics workstations costing between $15,000 to $20,000. Two manufacturers were able to provide systems: Sun Microsystems Inc. and Silicon Graphics Inc. (SGI). Compaq Computer Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co. and IBM Corp. declined. The Sun Microsystems machine outperformed its counterpart in six of seven tests conducted.

Visual C++ Developers Journal Frank Martinez

The Joy of Six

VCDJ had recently published a snapshot of Visual C++ and their bottom line assessment of the new upgrade was that Visual C++ 6.0 is "very fast, displays information in a no-nonsense fashion, and provides straightforward access to the core Windows architecture, including fantastic Internet development functionality." While this article is the result of a more in-depth review of 6.0, their conclusion remains the same: 6.0 is solid in every critical area.


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Web Marketing Today Ralph F. Wilson

How to Get Higher on Search Engines

At present only Yahoo (technically a directory) and six search engines (that send robot "spiders" roaming the Web looking for unsuspecting sites to index) bring significant traffic. While your site's ranking on Yahoo is harder to control (and that's outside the scope of this article), you can dramatically affect your ranking on the Big Six (Lycos, Alta Vista, Excite, Hot Bot, Web Crawler, Infoseek). Ralph Wilson will give some tips on how.

Web Developer Scott Clark

Java for the Webmaster: All Gain No Pain

With the recent proliferation of Java on the Web, many developers have considered the use of Java on their Web site. Java has been discussed in all of the leading technology magazines, on television, and of course, online to the point where some users expect to see applets on every site. The articles discusses how to use Java and some pros and cons associated with it.

WebBusiness Magazine Sari Kalin

Saving Private Data

Different people have different ideas about personal privacy and how far they will go to protect it. It's the same story on the Web. So, what's the best way to build consumer confidence in your use of customer information on the Web? This article suggest tell them all, tell them now.

Win98 Magazine Tips and Tricks

Get tips and tricks for the beginner all the way to the most advanced user right from the source. The tips and tricks range from browser usage, to mail programs to web authoring applications. A database of tips is also available in Java format.

Windows Magazine John Woram

What's on the Menu

For as long as Windows has offered menus and options, users have tried tricks and tweaks to customize them. When it comes to beating a menu into shape, sometimes it's easy, sometimes it's not, and sometimes it's impossible. Woram came up with a few Registry edits that seem to do the job.

Windows NT Magazine Kathy Ivens

NT-UNIX Interoperability

Last week, Softway Systems released Interix 2.2 (formerly OpenNT), the first product to gain UNIX branding on Windows NT. UNIX branding means the product is certified as fully UNIX-compliant by The Open Group, owners of the UNIX trademark. Advantages of this parallel platform approach are welcomed by companies that want to continue to use and develop the UNIX software that runs the business, and also be able to take advantage of the NT environment.

WWWiz Magazine Don Hamilton

Interview with Steve Markman, President and CEO of General Magic

Steve Markman recently talked to WWWiz about Portico, the newest revolution in communications. Portico will, among other things, answer and sort your email. It will talk to you over the phone and play back emails sent to your email address. It's a very powerful addition to your modern office. Sometimes the computer is not the best tool; a telephone, notepad or book are much more appropriate. This is one of those services that will change your life while filling a need.


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ZDNet Maria Seminerio

How Do PCs Play in DC?

Influential lawmakers up for re-election in Congress this year say technology issues make up only a small piece of campaign platforms. While tech execs fret over online privacy, Internet content controls, and e-commerce taxes, to take just a few examples, none of the candidates interviewed said tech issues had even been mentioned to them as priorities by voters - not even in Silicon Valley. .

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