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Reid Goldsborough, March 1998
Personal Computing: Where Should You Buy Your Next PC? »

These days there are almost as many ways to buy a personal computer as there are ways to configure one. You can buy from a computer superstore, small local computer store, office supply store, electronics store, department store, mass merchandise store, warehouse store, computer show, value-added reseller, mail-order catalog company, or directly from the manufacturer. …

Reid Goldsborough, February 1998
Personal Computing — Flaming May Get You in a Hot Spot »

Rage, rage, rage! If you spend any amount of time at all in online discussion groups, particularly in unmoderated Usenet newsgroups, you’ve undoubtedly seen your share of explosive arguments. “Flamewars” are one of the most pervasive facts of life in online forums. Separated by space and often by time as well, people online are more …

Reid Goldsborough, January 1998
Is the Mac Still a Good Buy Today? »

It’s no secret that Apple Computer, maker of the “insanely great” Macintosh personal computer, is facing some hard times. The computer manufacturer, based in Cupertino, California, has been losing money for the past several years and has laid off thousands of workers. Top executives have been resigning en masse. Does it make sense to buy …

Reid Goldsborough, October 1997
For PCs, a Little Maintenance Goes a Long Way »

For years personal computer users, consultants, and manufacturers have debated the best maintenance steps to take in protecting a PC and prolonging its life. I don’t claim final authority, but here’s what has emerged as the most commonly recommended procedures. Powering Up You PC Turn on your PC when you begin computing on any given …

Reid Goldsborough, October 1997
For PCs, a Little Maintenance Goes a Long Way »

For years personal computer users, consultants, and manufacturers have debated the best maintenance steps to take in protecting a PC and prolonging its life. I don’t claim final authority, but here’s what has emerged as the most commonly recommended procedures. Powering Up You PC Turn on your PC when you begin computing on any given …

Reid Goldsborough, July 1997
Information on the Internet Often Bears a Double Check »

Did you know that the commercial airliner that tragically crashed last summer off Long Island during TWA Flight 800 was actually accidentally shot down by a US Navy missile? OK, this was just a rumor that was circulating on the Internet last year, but some people believed it, including such respected authorities as Pierre Salinger, …

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