old (and mostly irrelevant) writings by Philip Greenspun, an archive
prepared in February 2003
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There once was a time when organizations invested in information
technology, when consumers were more eager for an innovation in
computing than for a larger S.U.V., and when programmers at companies
other than Microsoft could have an impact on the world. These essays
are a relic of that time and should be read in that light. They are
parked here because their original homes were the servers of now-dead or
soon-to-be-dead tech companies and readers sometimes ask for them.
Thus in the once-proud Internet tradition of not breaking links, here
are some historical documents...
If you're looking for an article written by someone with whom I was
working between 1995 and 2000, visit http://eveander.com/arsdigita/,
which contains a comprehensive collection of documents and software.
Text and photos Copyright 1993-2002 Philip
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