Monthly Archives: June 2002

And they want to make a business out of this!?! I really hope it’s a guy and his dog, because if it’s more than that then someone isn’t paying much attention. It allows you to use spreadsheet-style function names but you have to know what they are (BIG no no), the interface doesn’t update in […]

As I’ve been saying for quite some time: if you don’t own the memory space, you loose. MS, hollywood, and Intel/AMD have apparently gotten a collective clue and have decided they can do something about it. Why? Because they constitue a vertical monopoly. They are a cartel of monopolies. Simply put, palladium is designed to […]

Cringley gets it

More on security for vendors vs. security for users. Is anyone really suprised that MS is a prime culprit here?