Have you missed a few TidBITS issues here and there? Geoff Duncan explains how overly aggressive filters on your email server could be bouncing TidBITS issues (and other email) into the ether. Also in this issue, Eolake Stobblehouse sings the praises of the flat-panel iMac, Adam looks ahead to events at next week’s Macworld Expo New York, eBay buys PayPal for $1.5 billion, and Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 5.2.1.
eBay to Buy PayPal for $1.5 Billion -- Internet auction pioneer eBay has announced plans to acquire PayPal, the leading Internet payment service, for $1.5 billion in stock
Internet Explorer 5.2.1 Released -- In a singularly unhelpful move, Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 5.2.1 for Mac OS X with absolutely no indication of what has changed
Put on your walking shoes and Mac t-shirts - it's show time! Macworld Expo in New York City rolls around again 17-Jul-02 through 19-Jul-02. I'm looking forward to the show, as I do every year, although there's trepidation in the air once again thanks to the news that two major companies - Adobe and Macromedia - wouldn't exhibit
I discovered to my shock recently that during my short career as a Mac user (since 1995), I have already owned something like 10 different Macintoshes
One of the things I handle behind the scenes for TidBITS is bounce management: the tedium of figuring out which addresses should be removed from our various mailing lists due to delivery errors