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Magazine articles on the evolution of computers and electronics.
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PC World
December 2000
Anne Kandra
Consumer Watch: Help Without the Hold Music Will Web-based tech support live up to the industry's breathless assurances? Initial signs look promising. But customers are so fed up with being on hold, almost anything would be an improvement... mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
PC World
November 2000
Anne Kandra
Tech Advice Sites: Free or Fee? If you've ever needed tech support--and who hasn't?--you know what it's like to spend hours on hold. Maybe you've already turned to the Web for help, where many sites offer free or fee-based service. But when it comes to online tech support, don't pay for what's already free... mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
PC World
November 2000
Stephen Manes
The Curse of User-Hostile Design Commentary on the idiocy of user-hostile interfaces (with examples), and a short review of The Humane Interface by Jef Raskin. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
October 2000
Dan Koeppel
GUIs Just Want to Have Fun The faceless interface is dead. Long live skins, the hyper-personal edge of desktop computing... mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
September 18, 2000
Jim Fisher
Poison PCs Lead, mercury, chromium -- that's what computers are made of. So why aren't electronics makers keeping them out of landfills? mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
September 15, 2000
John Dodge
Strength in Numbers? A look at what group-buying sites have to offer consumers in search of computer gear... mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
PC World
October 1, 2000
Dylan Tweney
2010: A PC Odyssey Where will technology take you next? We peer into the labs and take a thought-provoking look at the next generation of computing. mark for My Articles 269 similar articles
August 18, 2000
Scott Rosenberg
When magazines lose their charm Old-fashioned computer periodicals don't make much sense anymore. How much time do the new business journals have left? mark for My Articles 136 similar articles
September 2000
Erik Davis
Congratulations, It's A Bot! It was only a matter of time before toy companies turned from plush interactive hairballs to digikinetic babies. Yours will be arriving shortly. mark for My Articles 186 similar articles
Fast Company
August 2000
Rekha Balu
Write Code. Do Demos. Party On. The Gathering -- the world's largest (and loudest ) computer party. mark for My Articles
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