Articles By Peter Wolchak

Holiday cheer on-line and in-line

Holiday cheer on-line and in-line

I have seen both sides of the business-to-consumer e-commerce debate and, on reflection, I have taken a firm seat on...

January 11th, 2001 Peter Wolchak
I got four words for you

I got four words for you

"Three years," IT Santa mumbled to himself. "Three years I've been listening to the grumbles and moans, the gripes and...

December 14th, 2000 Peter Wolchak
It

It

It's the end of the day. Your company's 900 workers are filing out of the office after a productive eight...

November 30th, 2000 Peter Wolchak
Taking time out for a little navel gazing

Taking time out for a little navel gazing

A recent Letter to the Editor suggests that my columns of late contain a detectable note of phobia regarding technology....

November 30th, 2000 Peter Wolchak
The tech industry is never dull

The tech industry is never dull

The great thing about the high-tech industry is it's always funny. It's not necessarily laugh-out-loud, ha-ha funny, but it's regularly...

November 16th, 2000 Peter Wolchak
One day in the life of Canuck tech

One day in the life of Canuck tech

Tuesday, Oct. 3 was a big day. It was the day Corel unbuckled its pride, dropped its independence and jumped...

November 2nd, 2000 Peter Wolchak
Stop making virtual people. Just stop it

Stop making virtual people. Just stop it

The lines are blurring, and I just can't help but feel that's a bad thing....

October 5th, 2000 Peter Wolchak
Keep an eye on Cowpland

Keep an eye on Cowpland

The departure of Michael Cowpland from Corel's centre-seat was the right call. It was a sad outcome - he founded...

September 7th, 2000 Peter Wolchak
Palm pushing Chic Tech

Palm pushing Chic Tech

Palm Inc.'s Palm Vx is a pretty impressive little package. It offers a date book, address book, to do list,...

August 24th, 2000 Peter Wolchak
According to our predictions

According to our predictions

"In the year 5555Your arms are hanging limp at your sides,Your legs got nothing to doSome machine's doing that for...

June 15th, 2000 Peter Wolchak