May 22, 2000
[Times art: Earl Towery]
Craving something special from your old hometown? You probably can find it on the Net, but it may cost more than you expect. Story
You've got posthumous mail
Those who consider the Internet an indispensable part of their lives may be pleased to learn that it also can play a role after their deaths. A Web site called FinalThoughts.com offers its users a place to store e-mail messages online so they can be sent to family members and friends after the user has died.
Q. I use Windows 98 with Internet Explorer 5. When I go to various Web sites and move the mouse down the page, I notice the words begin to bleed until soon the page on the screen is black . . . like running black ink.
Turn in your employer!
Bob Pittman will demonstrate Adobe PhotoDeluxe at today's meeting of the Bay Area Mac Users Group.