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Contents of the most recent issue
TBTF for 1999-02-15: Dark skies
Highlights of recent issues
Meet the squammers:
domain name squatters
who spam the InterNIC.
Windows Refund Day:
demand your money back
from Mr. Bill.
An interview at the
Good Will Hunting missed the mark.
New portal equation:
portals plus pipes equals gates.
Pentium III ID number
sets off a storm.
Widely reported, very Confucian
Chinese Y2K incentive
turns out to be a joke.
Australian crypto report
comes to light.
A business model from
Indian government may ban
crippled US crypto
Are Microsoft and Netscape
in restraint of trade?
affects most browsers.
How often is
once in a Blue Moon?
Congressional Hypocrites page
names the names of the 285 most hypocritical US Representatives
on the subject of the Internet.
Updated for the 106th Congress.
TBTF Exclusionary Sites Hall of
Shame a spotlight on sites built to exclude visitors depending
on which browser or platform they use.
TBTF Guide to Non-US Domain Name
all of the places you can go to register a second-level domain name,
besides Network Solutions, Inc.
Microsoft IE Security Exploits
all of the security problems reported for Internet Explorer in 1997 and
1998, with links to exploits and fixes.
- Siliconia the essential list of Silicon
Whatever appelations around the world.
Siliconia was named to The Tech 10 for
March 1997 by the Tech Museum of Innovation in Silicon Valley.
- Jargon Scout advance warning of
jargon that is just about ready to hatch into the Net's language.
Religion on the Net
a sampling from the farther side of spiritual observance in Cyberspace.
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