Katharine McCoy

Name: Katharine McCoy (AKA Wintersun)
Site Position: Live! Project Manager
Location: Alabama, USA
Website: http://portablekat.net/
Email: kat *AT* portablekat.net
Staff Comment

I'm finally about to graduate this semester (May 2003). I've been working for a radar analysis company for about a year now where I've been using everything from Windows 2000 for my desktop to UNIX/Linux for running analysis work on. So, I'm definitely still in the business of promoting Linux as a great, stable operating system.

I'm glad I got a chance to work with you guys. If I learned nothing else from my time at L.c, I learned where to find answers when I had questions concerning Linux. That, and I learned there are some really great people out there that are willing to share a piece of themselves with the world. All of you guys were wonderful and I miss working with you.

Articles by Katharine

18/May/2000Hardware NewsTransmeta chips expected in devices next month
18/May/2000Hardware NewsSanDisk, Toshiba unite on flash production facility
17/May/2000Hardware NewsChipmakers agree: Flash-memory shortage has begun
17/May/2000Hardware NewsRicoh Unveils 10X Rewritable CD-RWs
16/May/2000Hardware NewsHow It Works: CPU
16/May/2000Hardware NewsIntel Gives Motherboards a Squeeze
16/May/2000Hardware News
15/May/2000Hardware NewsSGI Brings Unparalleled Workstation Performance To Windows NT and Linux Users
15/May/2000Hardware NewsGateway Ships Ultraportable Notebook
11/May/2000Hardware NewsLucent developing chips for wireless devices
11/May/2000Hardware NewsAre PDAs Next for Viruses?
10/May/2000Hardware NewsMore Problems for Intel's 820 Chip Set
10/May/2000Hardware NewsDell Boosts Rambus on Desktop
10/May/2000Hardware NewsIntel uncloaks Itanium, woos Linux developers
09/May/2000Hardware News
09/May/2000Hardware NewsDell Tops in Corporate Satisfaction
08/May/2000Hardware News
08/May/2000Hardware NewsIBM introduces two new computers
04/May/2000Hardware NewsDell Clips Flat-Panel Display Prices
04/May/2000Hardware NewsThe Shape of PCs to Come
03/May/2000Hardware NewsCompaq and Sony Unveil Notebooks
02/May/2000Hardware News
28/Apr/2000Hardware NewsAMD introduces Duron processor
28/Apr/2000Hardware NewsBeyond the Organizer: Handhelds Add Power andPeripherals
28/Apr/2000Hardware NewsIntel disables ID tracking in chips
24/Apr/2000Hardware NewsSilicon dioxide could still insulate 70-nm ICs
24/Apr/2000Hardware News700-MHz Pentium Powers Notebooks
22/Apr/2000Hardware NewsIntel pushes back Celeron rollout
22/Apr/2000Hardware NewsPocket PC: A Palm Killer?
18/Apr/2000Hardware NewsDual Intel Pentium III Xeon Review
18/Apr/2000Hardware NewsToshiba unveils thin Portege laptop that sports water-cooled processor
17/Apr/2000Hardware NewsNotebooks Think Small
14/Apr/2000Hardware NewsSony brandishes tiny Memory Stick
14/Apr/2000Hardware NewsIntel faces another 820 chip set snafu
12/Apr/2000Hardware NewsSurfing the Web for $99
12/Apr/2000Hardware News1 in 4 broadband PCs at hack risk
04/Apr/2000Hardware NewsXircom modems take another shot
29/Mar/2000Hardware NewsCelerons Hit 600 MHz
28/Mar/2000Hardware NewsAMD aims at Intel with 'Spitfire'
27/Mar/2000Hardware NewsHandspring Visors Go Retail
24/Mar/2000Hardware NewsPC memory: The next great battle?
24/Mar/2000Hardware NewsIBM laptops to get Bluetooth smarts
23/Mar/2000Hardware NewsIBM builds low-cost supercomputer
23/Mar/2000Hardware NewsSharp, Sony to develop high-density memory disc
23/Mar/2000Hardware NewsDell: We laugh at your puny Net devices
21/Mar/2000Hardware NewsNew Pentium IIIs hit the street
21/Mar/2000Hardware NewsCompaq notebook nears $1,000 mark
21/Mar/2000Hardware NewsChip bugs hobble Toshiba laptops
20/Mar/2000Hardware NewsProblem Crops Up for Toshiba Notebooks
17/Mar/2000Hardware NewsNew notebooks save power
16/Mar/2000Hardware NewsIBM unveils two drives, claims record capacity
16/Mar/2000Hardware NewsIBM plans to change the chip world
14/Mar/2000Hardware NewsCNN -- Transmeta shows prototype Web Slate
14/Mar/2000Hardware NewsIBM: The Switzerland of wireless?
13/Mar/2000Hardware NewsNow any chip can be a Java chip
13/Mar/2000Hardware NewsConfessions of the techno-challenged
13/Mar/2000Hardware NewsTransmeta Shows Prototype Web Slate
20/Aug/2000Links NewsThe failure of new media
20/Aug/2000Links NewsDVD piracy code still online
24/Jul/2000Links NewsScam artist copies PayPal Web site
24/Jul/2000Links NewsPrivacy's Yin and Yang
24/Jul/2000Links NewsNapster Users Also Big CD Buyers
27/Jun/2000Links NewsYes, there is a better search engine
27/Jun/2000Links NewsOlympic backflip: Net-traded tix OK
26/Jun/2000Links NewsNSI Commandeers Deadbeat Domains
26/Jun/2000Links News
23/Jun/2000Links NewsU.S. court rules against Net porn law
23/Jun/2000Links NewsNike.com hijacked by protestors
15/Jun/2000Links NewsSpam, Net scams only getting worse
14/Jun/2000Links NewsFTC, Ad Firms Debate Privacy
14/Jun/2000Links NewsThe Web yanks a U.S. agency into legal limelight
09/Jun/2000Links NewsTerra and Lycos a go-go
09/Jun/2000Links NewsBMG, Warner Music settle
09/Jun/2000Links NewsA Web Site for Bookworms
08/Jun/2000Links NewsNSI's Webjacking Epidemic
08/Jun/2000Links NewsLabels Warming to MP3s?
08/Jun/2000Links NewsMP3.com, RIAA Close to a Deal
06/Jun/2000Links NewsDomain pirates continue rampage
06/Jun/2000Links NewsA Portal That's All Business
06/Jun/2000Links NewsKiwis Lift Lid on #*!@&! Domains
02/Jun/2000Links NewsNewest Napster keeps users honest
01/Jun/2000Links NewsNapster at law
01/Jun/2000Links News
26/May/2000Links NewsIs Napster cutting into CD sales?
26/May/2000Links NewsAmex Nixes X-Rated Exchanges
26/May/2000Links NewsNeed A WebBrain to Net Search?
25/May/2000Links NewsOnline Hate Gets Five Stars
25/May/2000Links NewsIndie Label Raps MP3.com
25/May/2000Links NewsDoubleClick to appoint board
22/Jan/2001Live!Prepping for Linux World Live!