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TidBITS#331/03-Jun-96

Gil Amelio announces a sweeping reorganization of Apple Computer, and Apple announces a contest for the best Mac-built pages on the Web. Also, check out details on why you aren’t seeing PowerBooks on store shelves, plus information on repair programs for Performas, a new CompuServe client for Newton 2.0, and TableWorks, a new WYSIWYG HTML table editor. Finally we round out the issue with news about an online course on cyberspace law, and a brief essay on being an Internet provider in a time of flood.

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Cyberspace Law for Non-Lawyers

Cyberspace Law for Non-Lawyers -- If you've wondered about legal issues that relate to the Internet and wondered about the validity of free legal advice from people who play lawyers on the net, check out a free electronic course being presented by the Cyberspace Law Institute and Counsel Connect

Tonya Engst No comments

Win Prizes for Web Pages

Win Prizes for Web Pages -- Interested in winning a QuickTake digital camera? How about a "Been There, Done That" Apple t-shirt? If you've created a home page using a Macintosh and are willing to write a short essay, be sure to enter Apple's new "Create the Best Page with Macintosh" contest

Richard C.S. Kinne No comments

Newton MessagePad Regains Its Email Voice

Amid little apparent fanfare, Apple released its free CompuServe Mail Software for Newton 2.0 client last week. This software has been anticipated since Apple announced plans to discontinue eWorld (see TidBITS-318), resulting in many disgruntled Newton MessagePad users who had relied on eWorld for Newton email connectivity. CompuServe Mail Software for Newton 2.0 can be considered a replacement for the eWorld mail software built into the Newton OS 2.0 ROMs

Tonya Engst No comments

Tables Go WYSIWYG in TableWorks

TidBITS-326 reviewed of several utilities for making Web-ready tables and talked a bit about why you'd want such a utility, but the issue was slightly too early to mention TableWorks 1.0r2, a WYSIWYG table editor from SoftTools

Ryan Sweet No comments

Internet Flooding

I work for an Internet provider called Teleport Internet Services, based in Portland, Oregon, with points of presence throughout Oregon and southwest Washington

Geoff Duncan No comments

Hardware Happens

Covering Macintosh hardware is not one of TidBITS' current strong points. Though we generally try to mention new and noteworthy Macintosh models and the occasional nifty gadget, we rarely do hardware reviews or evaluations