Article archive for 2001 – Page 4

Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Changing Rich Text font styles on the Web

When Senior Technical Editor Dan Velasco wrote a tip about applying stylesheet styles to Notes Rich Text fields on the Web and asked for feedback from you, the faithful DominoPower readers, he received a lot of responses. This led to create a second tip on the same subject, and it also helped him to solve another tricky problem. In this article, Dan has reprinted the original tips along with what he learned from your feedback and some additional commentary.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Tap free resources to keep your knowledge and skill set current

Career growth is a priority for most ambitious people. For Notes and Domino professionals, this might mean a trip to Lotusphere or DevCon, or perhaps it simply means reading DominoPower faithfully. In this article, Contributing Editor Dan Simmons points you towards a variety of free, quick resources available at your fingertips that can help you stay at the top of your game.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

IBM is giving peace, love, and Linux a chance

IBM is excited about Linux, and the company is proud to make that excitement known through their "Peace, Love, and Linux" campaign. To learn more about what IBM is doing with Linux and how Lotus fits into the picture, check out this interview Associate Technical Editor Theodore Durst conducted with Scott Handy, Director of Linux Solutions Marketing for IBM.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Extensions for Notes: a full-featured, inexpensive CRM solution

Customer Relationship Management is all about building long-term business relationships with your customers. To more efficiently and effectively manage the activities that affect these relationships, you need a good CRM solution. James Cimino, author of "The Webmaster’s Guide to Lotus Domino," reviews Extensions for Notes from iEnterprises, a CRM solution that supports many of the features found in high-end solutions costing thousands of dollars per seat for a fraction of the cost.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Notes professionals remain optimistic

With the advent of WebSphere and the downturn in the economy, how are Notes professionals faring out in the work world? Contributing Editor Dan Simmons has conducted an informal poll of Lotus Business Partners in order to get an idea of what the Notes landscape looks like right now. The results are both surprising and encouraging.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

More insight into Flash and Domino

This month’s letter to the editor, from an interested reader wants to learn more about page loading speed, harkens back to a series of articles on Macromedia Flash by Razzak Khan that began back in January of 2001.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

DominoFiles offers fantastic free downloads

Looking for Notes add-ons, code examples, or applications? Well, the August DominoPower Site of the Month has got them, and they’re all free. Steve Niles reviews DominoFiles, the ultimate download site for Notes professionals.

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Wednesday, August 1, 2001

Managing corporate aliteracy

In a time when knowledge is seen as the key sustainable differentiator in corporate survival and growth, corporate staff refuse at an increasing rate to read documents because they don’t have the skills, tools, or patience to read them. In this article, Bain McKay discusses technology that exists today that can automatically read corporate documents for you, to unlock the knowledge contained within the document.

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Sunday, July 1, 2001

Getting ready for Microsoft’s Windows XP

Last week at PC Expo in New York, Microsoft showed off the next version of the Windows operating system, Windows XP. Since things are pretty much on schedule for its October launch, now might be a good time to learn a little more about what it has to offer. This excellent and timely article on Windows XP was provided to us by Amy D. Wohl, publisher of a free newsletter called, "Amy D. Wohl’s Opinions". In it, she reveals the good news and the bad news about this new operating system.

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Sunday, July 1, 2001

Catch up on all the Windows versions

They say you need to look back to look forward. Well, with Windows XP, Microsoft’s new version of its operating system, on the horizon, it might be useful to take this opportunity to review the history of Windows in order to more fully understand the significance of the changes we’ll soon discover. Sam Kleinman breaks it all down in this article.

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