Article archive for 2000 – Page 4

Tuesday, August 1, 2000

Ashley’s mobile tradeshow guide

If you didn’t have time to plan a summer vacation, you could have a chance to redeem yourself this fall. In this edition of Ashley’s mobile tradeshow guide, she gives you the scoop on the fall events that will be coming up in hot locales such as Pasadena, Las Vegas, Orlando, and Atlanta. Since Lotus is doing a lot with mobile computing, this article’s probably very important to many of you Lotus professionals.

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Tuesday, August 1, 2000

High praise for DevCon coverage

In the July 2000 issue of DominoPower magazine, John Roling offered a report from Lotus Devcon 2000 and Senior technical editor Dan Velasco gave his review of the DevCon Webcasts. In this month’s letters to the editor, both receive praise for their fair and accurate coverage.

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Tuesday, August 1, 2000

The battle over Napster

The only thing Napster grabs more of than MP3s is news headlines. In this month’s editorial, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz examines the battle over Napster and what it means for the future of music, video, software, books, and any other form of digitized media.

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Tuesday, August 1, 2000

Domino-designed interactive dining guide

There’s no need to make a reservation to visit August’s DominoPower Site of the Month. Steve Niles reviews PlanetDinner.com, a 100% Domino dining portal site full of mouth-watering destinations.

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Tuesday, August 1, 2000

Building DHTML views with Internet Explorer

When using categorized views from a browser, every time you expand or collapse a category, a request is made to the server. Matt Holthe has found a way to eliminate this round trip. In a two-part series, he’ll show you how to use DHTML to create a categorized view where the categories can be expanded and collapsed on the client.

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Tuesday, August 1, 2000

Using Python to create a command line interpreter for Notes

Unix geeks, SQL programmers, and old DOS hacks have one thing in common–a hankering for direct command line access to software, rather then the end-user-friendly graphical frills with which all software must be adorned nowadays. In this article, Jeffrey R. Burrows will help you venture beyond the world of LotusScript and spreadsheet formula language by showing you how to easily create a command line interpreter for Notes, using Python.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

A quick guide to working with Windows 2000 Server

If you’ve been using Windows NT as an application server to deploy Domino and have been considering making the change to Windows 2000, then be sure to read this informative article. In part two of a two part series on Domino and Windows 2000, Greg Neilson takes a look at the major changes and will help to get you up and running on this exciting new system.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Catch Lotus DevCon sessions online with Webcasts

If you missed Lotus DevCon 2000, or if you did attend but failed to make it to all the sessions you had planned, don’t despair! Thanks to Lotus Webcasts, all the fact-filled sessions are still available online for you to absorb. Senior technical editor Dan Velasco gives his review of this valuable service that’s a must for every current or aspiring Lotus professional.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Remote Reflection puts auto-classification to work for you

Last month, Bain McKay introduced you to the concept of color-coded knowledge threads. This time, he’s going to take things up a notch by demonstrating how you can take advantage of this auto-classification technology to create your own knowledge management business solutions. It all has to do with something he calls Remote Reflection, which just might be the next revolution in application building.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

DominoPower editor goes postal

Ever wonder how you can get a copy of DominoPower sent to you in the mail? We get that question all the time, so forgive us if we’re a little punchy.

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