I love the Tablet PC as a platform. But in light of some recent postings about it, I have to say one thing: application software that takes advantage of the pen is still extremely rare. There’s a current ad from Microsoft showing a literary agent marking up a book proposal on the Tablet PC (actually, it’s […]
Tim Bray: Of course, if we need to do some extension work to fit this out for financial applications, that can be done, right? via [Sam Ruby] RSS was, I think, the very first XML format I ever saw (I may be repressing VRML, but that’s not surprising). And remember Active Desktop in Windows 98 (?). […]
Praise for books by Fritz Onion, Shawn Wildermuth, Don Box and Chris Sells, Jeffrey Richter, and others in my latest .NET and Windows Watch column in SD Times.
Eric finally hits the world of blogs via [Sam Gentile’s Blog] Eric Gunnerson is the most publicly vocal member of Microsoft’s C# team and his blog is likely (I hope) to be a primary source for early word on Microsoft’s take on C# directions, rumors, etc. If you’re interested in the future of the […]
http://www.twelve71.com/archives/000125.html A Web Server in PostScript !!!!!… via [TWELVE|71 : dull. dull. dull.] The mind boggles. The mind, em-boggled, tries to conceive of a way to top the stunt. Even a Web Server written in Visual Basic for Applications would not be as wonderfully absurd. Perhaps a Web Server embedded in a refrigerator magnet?