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  SYS-CON Radio interviews author Jason Bloomberg of Zapthink about his new book from Sams Publishing. Click here to listen {interview in MP3 format} ... (more)

SYS-CON Radio Interviews ReportMill Software

  SYS-CON Radio interviews Eric Hanson, VP of Engineering at ReportMill. Click here to listen {interview in MP3 format} ... (more)

Getting the Most from the MX Community

When Macromedia first announced last year that it would be joining the old UCon and DevCon together, combining the best of the two events into "Macromedia MAX 2003" - subsequently held in Salt Lake City in November - there were the inevitable rumblings in the user/developer community. By now, however, everyone has seen that not only did joining those two events make good business sense, it also made sense in the context of the enormous impetus that it gave to the MX product suite. Last month's announcement of the "MX 2004" product line, with its new versions of Dreamweaver, Flash... (more)

SYS-CON Radio Interviews Acceltree Software

  SYS-CON Radio interviews AccelTree Software, on the show floor of Web Services Edge East 2002. Click here to listen {interview in MP3 format} ... (more)

Is Wireless Ready for Prime Time? Maybe...

Before moving into a new apartment a few months ago, I did what any self-respecting technology-obsessed person would do - ensure that all the necessary staples of my existence would be turned on and tested before I arrived. The week before I planned to move in, I scheduled installations of cable, RoadRunner (cable modem), telephone service, and gas (even I need heat and a stove), and arranged for my power to be turned on as well. My landlord agreed to be there for all these installations, and I slept easy knowing that my Internet, and thus my ability to work at my livelihood, wou... (more)