So how does Word 98 rate? In the most detailed review you’ll find anywhere, Matt Neuburg pushes the hype aside to examine how good a job Microsoft did with its flagship word processor. Also this week, we celebrate our eighth anniversary by releasing TidBITS Web badges, cover recent changes in Apple’s developer and QuickTime licensing programs, and offer a tip for returning Eudora Pro 4.0 to its old two-dimensional look.
Bring Your Own Badge -- This week, TidBITS celebrates its eighth anniversary, making it one of the oldest and largest edited publications on the Internet
Return Eudora Pro 4.0 to the Old Look -- Marc Bizer (and others) wrote to address Matt Neuburg's complaint in "The Postman Rings Again" in TidBITS-424
Last week Apple unveiled significant changes to its developer programs and QuickTime licensing policies.
In 1994, when Microsoft released Word 6.0, it was widely condemned for poor performance on 68K machines, conflicts with popular extensions, and flouting Macintosh interface standards