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Filtered for Purity (01/16/98)
This week it's all Microsoft, all the time. Getting down to brass tacks...what files are part of IE and what files are part of Windows? Knock, knock. Who's there? Japanese...

MSWebTV Spells L-e-v-e-r-a-g-e (04/07/97)
Lately it seems that every time some competition is gearing up to give Microsoft a real, honest-to-goodness run for their money, Bill pulls a rabbit out of a hat and...

Windows Gets Smaller (11/25/96)
The people that get paid to pronounce such things have pronounced over and over again that computing will continue to get smaller and smaller and smaller... To the point where...

Funding the Grist for the Mill (08/19/96)
Remember the deluge? It began with Netscape Navigator 1.1, when Netscape hijacked the HTML standards and implemented tags that the other browser makers didn't have. I'm not talking about the...

Fighting the Good Fight (03/04/96)
Editor's note: I never tire of writing about the ongoing battle between Microsoft and Netscape. Many of you, however, may be tired of reading about it. Get over yourselves....

The Road to Nowhere (11/27/95)
Woke up this morning to Bill Gates on the Today show. Instantly groaned, knowing that (1) he got prime booking (the 7:30 am slot with Bryant) because of NBC's...

Microsoft and the Web (10/09/95)
As part of my job, I recently attended a Microsoft conference focused on financial services industry. While I have feelings about billg's vertical market strategy (or the lack thereof),...

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