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posted in April 2006

If You Can't Say Something Nice About Steve Ballmer, Come Sit By Me

4/21/2006
In my ceaseless search for Truth and Enlightenment that I can pass on to you I look at a lot of Web sites and blogs. I totally revere folks like John Perry Barlow and Dave Winer who think deeply and independently about computing, and nerds like Fred Langa and Steve Gibson absolutely who understand this stuff. But I have to admit to a secret vice: gossip. I love gossip. But satisfying dish about the high-tech world can be hard to find. Well, I just found some. A lot, in fact.

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Steve Does a Jobs on Woz

4/18/2006
Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, has written an autobiography. He asked Steve Jobs, his old HP co-worker and Apple co-founder, to write the preface, but, Woz told The AppleInsider that Jobs said no. "I don't know why" he declined, Woz told the Insider, "because I'm nice to him, so there must have been something he didn't like."

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Microsoft Is Pushing Your Leg

4/13/2006
Gartner Group analyst Todd Kort has discovered that the "Direct Push" email Microsoft built into Windows Mobile 5.0 to take on RIM and Good Technology isn't really push at all. It's fast pull, he tells Unstrung. The differences may be minor. But they're $ignificant.

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Which PDA Should I Buy?

4/3/2006
I need a new PDA. And I need your help. My old Palm Vx is getting flakier and flakier. Now almost every time I open it up I have to do a reset and retrain the digitizer, because the touchscreen loses the settings that tell it what object on the screen I'm selecting. I've looked at the current Palms, and the current crop of Pocket PCs, and I can't make up my mind. If you have one of these, would you mind answering three questions? (1) Would I really use fancy features like WiFi access and a buil

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