Is it inevitable that computer-users like to talk about computers? Perhaps. I recently attended a party at which it took about five hours for the topic of conversation to drift over to computers, and we were all surprised at how long we had gone without it.
Even though the pages are living on a Unix machine, I use a Mac to build and update them, and will continue to do so for the forseeable future. Yeah, yeah, some of you Windows users are probably chuckling, thinking that Apple, and the Mac, will be dead inside a year, and some of you Unix users are probably harumphing about "point-and-drool" interfaces. Well, Frontier gives me a command-line interface when I want it, and the only clues Microsoft has are those they stole from Apple.
Mac users may want to check out my Spiffy Mac Apps page for a list of Mac apps, extensions, and control panels that I particularly like. I've also got a similar page of Spiffy Palm Apps.
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