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This Week - August 6th, 2001
Previous Features Previous Columns Previous Weeks Content
Jerry Pournelle, ChaosManor
iPAQs, Storage, DVD RAM, and RW

IN THE NEWS

  • Cosmology Machine Calculates Creation
  • Standardizing Telematics
  • New Red Hat Distro in Beta
  • Pretty Good Privacy, Pretty Bad Laws
  • New reference PDA design from Intrinsyc (Press Release)

  • Spotlight on Distributed Computing

    Distributed Computing: Interviews with the Leaders,
    John Ruley

    2001: Distributed Computing Marches On,
    Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols

    Also, see Dr. Dobb's Journal's issue on Distributed Computing

    Tangled in the Threads, Jon Udell
    The Universal Canvas Revisited
    What and Why IS BeOS?
    The Be View,
    Scot Hacker
    Borland Developer Conference Report
    Feature,
    Andy Patrizio
    Distributed OSs, The State of the Art
    Serving With Linux,
    Moshe Bar
    Letter From the Editor
    Why I Hate Microsoft—This Week,
    Daniel Dern
    Columns: ChaosManor, Mr. Computer Language Person, Media Lab, Serving With Linux,
    The Macintosh Column , The Upgrade Advisor , [Full Column Index]
    Features: Full Feature Index | Previous Content:
    Full Index
    Newsgroups:
    Full Index

    Elsewhere At CmpNet

    Riding the Whirlwind
    The Whirlwind project began as a World War II era flight simulator and stability analyzer. In the following decades, its evolving design influenced IBM's 700 series as well as the creation of the minicomputer.
     



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