updated 03:05 am EDT, Mon September 22, 2003
Rebutting Sun's desktop Java initiative, Internet Week says the company should remain focused on server Java and providing a better cross-platform Java experience to Mac users: "I have only one piece of advice for Scott: If you really want an alternative to Windows, buy a Mac. It runs Unix just fine, has a great and stable graphical desktop environment that for the most part is Redmond-free," and concluding: "Java on the desktop is an idea that has come and gone. Stick to servers, Scott, and move front and center to fight that battle. ."