Tag Archives: Software engineering

It’s Not the “Death” of Microsoft, it’s the “Death” of Software

By | April 9, 2007

Paul Graham writes an interesting obituary of Microsoft, killed off, as he sees it, by applications that sit in your browser. It’s just a matter of time, he says, before every application we need can grabbed off the server. This is the kind of established wisdom of Web 2.0 folks these days that prompts only howls of “old… Read More »

The TiddlyWiki Report, Part II: Clint Checketts

By | August 18, 2005

This week’s WSJ.com/AWSJ column is about the TiddlyWiki (here, when it appears Friday), which I reckon is a wonderful tool and a quiet but major leap forward for interfaces, outliners and general coolness. I had a chance to chat with some of the folk most closely involved in TiddlyWikis, but sadly couldn’t use much of their material directly,… Read More »

Another Task Manager

By | May 22, 2005

In this week’s WSJ.com/AWSJ column (subscription only, I’m afraid) I write about online calendars, mentioning towards the end of it Backpack, an excellent online project and stuff organiser using Ajax. Here’s a slightly different version of the same thing, sproutliner: Sproutliner is a free web service that helps you manage your projects and ideas (think of it as… Read More »