A candid talk with the godfather of Internet shareware for the Macintosh
Peter Lewis is one of the best-known Macintosh Internet programmers, with about 20 programs in distribution on the Internet. Most are freeware or inexpensive shareware in the $5 to $10 range
This week we conclude our interview from TidBITS-304 with Peter Lewis , one of the best-known Macintosh Internet programmers.
[Adam] As a developer primarily concerned with the Internet, what are your feelings about Netscape - the company or the program? Netscape has stirred some strong feelings with its non-standard HTML extensions, and the company's IPO in August was certainly astonishing.
[Peter] I'm not particularly fond of either