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* Bill Gates Unleashes More Bugs: While Thomas Malthus could not be reached for an alternative view, BEL reports gratitude among conference attendees that the mosquitoes Gates released were not infected with malaria. Of course for nearly twenty years BEL on air has advocated the use of the pesticide DDT to protect millions of parents and children from deadly malaria, and only recently has the World Health Organization agreed with the BEL policy initiative. Liberals claim their DDT ban saved some fish, as tens of millions of children have been tortured by the disease that DDT could have virtually eradicated years ago. Of course, this sound like yesterday's episode of The View in which the liberals criticized killing wolves but defended killing children, with one wicked panelist saying that we're talking about [protecting] animals, not children!

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Post-show Note -- Bob Enyart Articles in PC Week: Enyart wrote for PC Week, a popular Ziff-Davis publication, as a Senior Technal Analyst. A Nexis search of the PC Week archives for “Enyart” returned these 80 articles, with 14 quoting him or about his software and 66 that he wrote or co-wrote. The more significant articles to the industry, at the time, are bolded below with the most damaging story documenting fraud and intentional extreme misrespresentaions by Bill Gates in the article,  "A case of curious connections at the LAN Manager booth; Microsoft's Comdex brochure misleading."

1 November 13, 1989, Vol. 6; No. 45; Pg. 107; ISSN: 0740 1604, 609 words. Fastest, with best documentation; Wyse Technology Inc.'s WY-995 intelligent multiuser interface board; one of three evaluations of multifunction boards in 'Dumb terminals tap PC power through multiport boards'; evaluation,  IAC 07891140

2 November 6, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 44 ; Pg. S5; ISSN: 0740-1604,  179 words,  386 compilers shine; Intel 80386, Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07859296

3 October 16, 1989,  No. 41, Vol. 6; Pg. 52; ISSN: 0740-1604,  933 words,  OS/2 LAN Manager security still a problem; data threatened at the server and by workstations; Enyart, Bob; Morrissey, Jane, IAC 07770716

4 October 2, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 39 ; Pg. 50; ISSN: 0740-1604,  260 words,  Powerful spreadsheets give 1-2-3 a run for its ranking; includes a related article on upgrades; Software Review; evaluations of six spreadsheet packages; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07726744

5 October 2, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 39 ; Pg. 50; ISSN: 0740-1604,  450 words,  For the price conscious; Quattro 1.01; Software Review; one of six evaluations in 'Powerful spreadsheets give 1-2-3 a run for its ranking'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Dang, Lori J.,  IAC 07726746

6 October 2, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 39 ; Pg. 50; ISSN: 0740-1604,  375 words,  Superb auditing functions; Supercalc5; Software Review; one of six evaluations in 'Powerful spreadsheets give 1-2-3 a run for its ranking'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Dang, Lori J.,  IAC 07726748

7 October 2, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 39 ; Pg. 50; ISSN: 0740-1604,  450 words,  A minor upgrade to 2.01; Lotus 1-2-3 2.2; Software Review; one of six evaluations in 'Powerful spreadsheets give 1-2-3 a run for its ranking'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07726750

8 October 2, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 39 ; Pg. 51; ISSN: 0740-1604,  505 words,  Full of important new features; Lotus 1-2-3 3.0; Software Review; one of six evaluations in 'Powerful spreadsheets give 1-2-3 a run for its ranking'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Dang, Lori J.,  IAC 07726752

9 October 2, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 39 ; Pg. 51; ISSN: 0740-1604,  483 words,  Hassle-free user interface; Excel 2.0; Software Review; one of six evaluations in 'Powerful spreadsheets give 1-2-3 a run for its ranking'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Dang, Lori J.,  IAC 07726754

10 October 2, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 39 ; Pg. 55; ISSN: 0740-1604,  840 words,  Rains on Lotus' parade; VP-Planner Plus 2.0; Software Review; one of six evaluations in 'Powerful spreadsheets give 1-2-3 a run for its ranking'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Dang, Lori J.,  IAC 07726756

11 September 18, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 37 ; Pg. 21; ISSN: 0740-1604,  319 words,  All-around reliable choice: American Power Conversion Corp., Model 450AT, $ 499; Hardware Review; one of five evaluations under the overview 'Low-cost UPSs provide dependable, economical emergency power.'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Caton, Michael ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07662336

12 September 18, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 37 ; Pg. 21; ISSN: 0740-1604,  427 words,  Lightweight, but least durable: Exide Electronics Corp., Powerware Personal 500, $ 449; Hardware Review; one of five evaluations under overview 'Low-cost UPSs provide dependable, economical emergency power.'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Caton, Michael ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07662416

13 September 18, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 37 ; Pg. 22; ISSN: 0740-1604,  263 words,  Long powering duration: Para Systems Inc., Minuteman 300, $ 549; Hardware Review; one of five evaluations under overview 'Low-cost UPSs provide dependable, economical emergency power.'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Caton, Michael ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07662456

14 September 18, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 37 ; Pg. 23; ISSN: 0740-1604,  358 words,  A UPS for tight budgets: Safe Power Systems, Safe 250, $ 395; one of five evaluations under overview 'Low-cast UPSs provide dependable, economical emergency power'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Caton, Michael ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07666886

15 September 18, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 37 ; Pg. 23; ISSN: 0740-1604,  380 words,  High-powered, but heavy: Taesung Industries Inc., UPS-5150H, $ 549; Hardware Review; one of five evaluations under overview 'Low-cost UPSs provide dependable, economical emergency power'; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Caton, Michael ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07666934

16 September 11, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 36 ; Pg. S15; ISSN: 0740-1604,  1745 words,  Ethernet blows away 16M-bps Token-Ring; Networking in Corporate America special report,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07635770

17 September 4, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 35 ; Pg. 35; ISSN: 0740-1604,  2324 words,  Grammar checkers apply polish to writing's rough edges; Software Review; Rightsoft Inc's Rightwriter, Lifetree Software Inc's Correct Grammar and Reference Software Inc's Grammatik III 1.1 grammar checkers; includes related article on RightWriter's lack of an interactive user interface; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Erickson, Michelle ; Webster, Steven ; Frentzen, Jeffrey,  IAC 07606922

18 August 14, 1989,  No. 32, Vol. 6; Pg. 25; ISSN: 0740-1604,  469 words,  A steadfast backup device: Alloy Computer Products Inc., Retriever/40, $ 499; QIC 40 tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob; Zimmerman, Michael

19 August 14, 1989,  No. 32, Vol. 6; Pg. 25; ISSN: 0740-1604,  304 words,  A strong contender: Archive Corp., ArchiveXL, $ 499; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob; Zimmerman, Michael

20 August 14, 1989,  No. 32, Vol. 6; Pg. 30; ISSN: 0740-1604,  392 words,  Low price, high performance: Colorado Memory Systems Inc., Jumbo Tape Backup System, $ 399; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob; Zimmerman, Michael

21 August 14, 1989,  No. 32, Vol. 6; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  380 words,  Lacks speed and flexibility: Core International Inc., CT40, $ 695; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drives; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob; Zimmerman, Michael

22 August 14, 1989,  No. 32, Vol. 6; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  350 words,  Good documentation, performance: Mountain Computer Inc., TD4000, $ 595; Hardware Review; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob; Zimmerman, Michael

23 August 14, 1989,  No. 32, Vol. 6; Pg. 32; ISSN: 0740-1604,  542 words,  Long warranty and PS/2 friendly: Tallgrass Technologies Corp., TG-1140, $ 495; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive ; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob; Zimmerman, Michael

24 August 14, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 32 ; Pg. 25; ISSN: 0740-1604,  469 words,  A steadfast backup device: Alloy Computer Products Inc., Retriever/40, $ 499; QIC 40 tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07524078

25 August 14, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 32 ; Pg. 25; ISSN: 0740-1604,  305 words,  A strong contender: Archive Corp., ArchiveXL, $ 499; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07524220

26  August 14, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 32 ; Pg. 30; ISSN: 0740-1604,  393 words,  Low price, high performance: Colorado Memory Systems Inc., Jumbo Tape Backup System, $ 399; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07524332

27 August 14, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 32 ; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  381 words,  Lacks speed and flexibility: Core International Inc., CT40, $ 695; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drives; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07524448

28 August 14, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 32 ; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  350 words,  Good documentation, performance: Mountain Computer Inc., TD4000, $ 595; Hardware Review; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07524668

29 August 14, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 32 ; Pg. 32; ISSN: 0740-1604,  543 words,  Long warranty and PS/2 friendly: Tallgrass Technologies Corp., TG-1140, $ 495; Quarter-Inch Cartridge tape drive ; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Zimmerman, Michael,  IAC 07526644

30 July 24, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 29 ; Pg. 23; ISSN: 0740-1604,  2708 words,  VGA-to-video products can liven up presentations; Hardware Review; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob ; Zimmerman, Michael ; Chandler, Doug,  IAC 07452902

31 July 10, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 27 ; Pg. 1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  615 words,  Early Word for Windows shows graphic prowess: testers laud outlining, macros; Microsoft Word for Windows; product announcement,  Enyart, Bob ; Smith, Gina,  IAC 07412902

32  July 3, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 26 ; Pg. 32; ISSN: 0740-1604,  3391 words,  High-end WPs edging toward desktop publishing; Software Review; word processors; includes related articles on graphical word processors and what-you-see-is-what-you-get capability; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07406090

33 June 19, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 24 ; Pg. 86; ISSN: 0740-1604,  275 words,  NEC CD ROM Reader; NEC Home Electronics Inc.,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07376190

34 June 12, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 23 ; Pg. 84; ISSN: 0740-1604,  300 words,  AutoMate puts PCs to work; Reviews in Brief,  Lewallen, Dale,  IAC 07337026

35 June 5, 1989,  No. 22, Vol. 6; Pg. 35; ISSN: 0740-1604,  784 words,  Netware for OS-2: risky business; Novell Inc.,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07322318

36 June 5, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 22 ; Pg. 57; ISSN: 0740-1604,  968 words,  PC expert systems are solving real-life business problems.,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07325318

37 May 15, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 19 ; Pg. 1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  654 words,  NetWare 386 may pack punch to knock out the competition.,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07256400

38 May 1, 1989,  No. 17, Vol. 6; Pg. 93; ISSN: 0740-1604,  891 words,  Third-party products tighten LAN security; MicroScope,  Enyart, Bob

39 May 1, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 17 ; Pg. 32; ISSN: 0740-1604,  566 words,  IBM support could break the Ethernet logjam; The Practical Networker; column,  Strom, David,  IAC 07227834

40 May 1, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 17 ; Pg. 93; ISSN: 0740-1604,  891 words,  Third-party products tighten LAN security; MicroScope,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07232150

41 May 1, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 17 ; Pg. 94; ISSN: 0740-1604,  1650 words,  Products; MicroScope: local-area network operating system and management software; directory,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07234278

42 April 10, 1989,  No. 14, Vol. 6; Pg. 73; ISSN: 0740-1604,  584 words,  Who's responsible for system backup?,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07168664

43 April 10, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 14 ; Pg. 1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  729 words,  Home rule governs LANs; local area networks,  Wilkinson, Stephanie,  IAC 07166254

44 April 10, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 14 ; Pg. 37; ISSN: 0740-1604,  457 words,  Software-security system thwarts attack on data; LAN Investigator Plus,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07170732

45 March 27, 1989,  No. 12, Vol. 6; Pg. 35; ISSN: 0740-1604,  765 words,  Remote LAN software gains ground; local area network remote software,  Sexton, Tara; Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07137558

46 March 27, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 12 ; Pg. 56; ISSN: 0740-1604,  425 words,  LAN remotes vs. the rights of privacy; Remote data base servers,  Sexton, Tara ; Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07140550

47 March 27, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 12 ; Pg. 90; ISSN: 0740-1604,  234 words,  Assuaging Symphony's hunger; Lotus Development Co's Symphony add-in software; evaluation,  Gerber, Barry,  IAC 07149498

48 March 20, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 11 ; Pg. 75; ISSN: 0740-1604,  269 words,  Letters.,  Bittner, Ron ; Hendricks, Wallace,  IAC 07135840

49 March 13, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 10 ; Pg. 33; ISSN: 0740-1604,  702 words,  Network managers' wish lists keep LAN vendors on their toes; new gateway joins RabbitGate line; local area network,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07102510

50 March 6, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 9 ; Pg. 37; ISSN: 0740-1604,  637 words,  In search of solutions to network 'RAM cram'; network memory management,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07083742

51 March 6, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 9 ; Pg. 43; ISSN: 0740-1604,  541 words,  As WANs take off, users may be left behind; wide area networks,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07089058

52 March 6, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 9 ; Pg. 59; ISSN: 0740-1604,  591 words,  Managers scramble to end RAM cram: memory squeezed by bigger applications.,  Enyart, Bob ; Coffee, Peter C.,  IAC 07090716

53 February 27, 1989,  No. 8, Vol. 6; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  1047 words,  Server-based applications run risks on LAN Manager; users, OEMs await security measures.,  Morrissey, Jane

54 February 27, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 8 ; Pg. 1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  530 words,  Novell readies 3 NetWare releases; LAN rivals reach for minicomputer ring; product announcement,  IAC 07077448

55 February 27, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 8 ; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  637 words,  Vendors bullish on '90s LAN services; forecasted: sophisticated backup security and directories.,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07083680

56 February 6, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 5 ; Pg. 5; ISSN: 0740-1604,  717 words,  Despite its failings, 3+Open LAN Manager merits attention; Software Review; evaluation,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07300835

57 January 30, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 4 ; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  455 words,  Microsoft heeds concern over network size limits.,  Morrissey, Jane,  IAC 07289265

58 January 30, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 4 ; Pg. C1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  692 words,  SNA Gateways: Not yet a mature technology; Connectivity section,  Sexton, Tara ; Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07302107

59 January 23, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 3 ; Pg. C7; ISSN: 0740-1604,  826 words,  Firm eyes IBM hosts as NetWare servers; Connectivity supplement,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07270371

60 January 16, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 2 ; Pg. 5; ISSN: 0740-1604,  663 words,  OS-2 LAN Server succeeds in part; network operating system,  Enyart, Bob ; Strom, David,  IAC 06947480

61 January 16, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 2 ; Pg. 45; ISSN: 0740-1604,  535 words,  IBM won't support Named Pipes, Mailslot APIs under DOS; PC Week: Application Development,  Strom, David ; Enyart, Bob,  IAC 06948774

62 January 9, 1989,  No. 1, Vol. 6; Pg. 10; ISSN: 0740-1604,  516 words,  OS-2 communications options are scarce.,  Sexton, Tara; Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07239723

63 January 9, 1989,  Vol. 6 ; No. 1 ; Pg. 1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  807 words,  Microsoft responds to LAN Manager security criticisms.,  Enyart, Bob ; Morrissey, Jane,  IAC 07237161

64 December 26, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 52 ; Pg. 1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  774 words,  LAN Manager security gaps threaten OS-2 networks; non-dedicated servers vulnerable to unauthorized access.,  Enyart, Bob ; Strom, David,  IAC 07211193

65 December 26, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 52 ; Pg. 6; ISSN: 0740-1604,  324 words,  3Com security fix requires its own 3Server hardware.,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07211251

66 December 26, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 52 ; Pg. 6; ISSN: 0740-1604,  273 words,  Mini makers voice concern.,  Enyart, Bob ; Morrissey, Jane,  IAC 07211283

67 December 12, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 50 ; Pg. 31; ISSN: 0740-1604,  663 words,  OS-2 LAN Manager backup flawed.,  Enyart, Bob ; Kramer, Matt,  IAC 07185929

68 December 5, 1988,  No. 49, Vol. 5; Pg. 78; ISSN: 0740-1604,  405 words,  ThinCard: unmoving floppy; Hardware Review; evaluation,  Rosch, Winn L.,  IAC 07178597

69 December 5, 1988,  No. 49, Vol. 5; Pg. 79; ISSN: 0740-1604,  208 words,  Tickler-2: OS-2 remembers; Software Review; evaluation,  Rosch, Winn L.,  IAC 07178625 [Review of software from Enyart Development Corp.]

70 November 21, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 47 ; Pg. 1; ISSN: 0740-1604,  291 words,  IBM, Microsoft LANs compatible, but link may prove difficult; Microsoft LAN Manager, IBM LAN Server,  Enyart, Bob ; Kramer, Matt,  IAC 07140091

71 November 21, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 47 ; Pg. 6; ISSN: 0740-1604,  183 words,  A case of curious connections at the LAN Manager booth; Microsoft's Comdex brochure misleading,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 07141969

Note: The PC Week issue reporting on Bill Gates' keynote address at the huge Las Vegas Comdex trade show featured Bob's article exposing Gate's main claim as fraudulent. The Microsoft founder claimed that their LAN Manager software, on display in perhaps the largest exhibit booth at the convention, was providing connectivity between various computer systems. It was not. The previous week Bob had quit his job in Redmond, Washington as Microsoft's program manger for LAN Manager.

72 May 17, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 20 ; Pg. 40; ISSN: 0740-1604,  787 words,  In Brief; new products; product announcement,  IAC 06686343

73 April 12, 1988,  Vol. 5 ; No. 15 ; Pg. S32; ISSN: 0740-1604,  2789 words,  The LAN-to-LAN connection; Networking Supplement,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 06538413

74 October 27, 1987,  Vol. 4 ; No. 43 ; Pg. C9; ISSN: 0740-1604,  737 words,  Fall is the time to remember the products that never were; connectivity products announced in the fall of 1986 that have not yet reached the market; Section 2: Connectivity; column,  Strom, David,  IAC 06049320

75 September 1, 1987,  Vol. 4 ; Pg. C9,  1525 words,  What Microsoft, 3Com have to offer; Connectivity, OS-2 LAN Manager,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 05174346

76 June 9, 1987,  Vol. 4 ; Pg. 71,  1920 words,  Choosing between integrated and dedicated software; includes related article on Framework and Symphony programs, glossary of software terms; buyers guide,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 04986787

77 April 21, 1987,  Vol. 4 ; Pg. S27,  2459 words,  Despite drawbacks, multiuser software represents wave of the future; includes a related article on LANs plus a directory of software vendors; Software; buyers guide,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 04781705

78 January 27, 1987,  Vol. 4 ; Pg. 29,  830 words,  The computer for the rest of us? We may all need '386 capabilities; 80386-based microcomputer,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 04646656

79 January 27, 1987,  Vol. 4 ; Pg. 43,  2517 words,  Networking is cheaper from the ground up; computer networks,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 04646662

80 April 1, 1986,  Vol. 3 ; Pg. 27,  831 words,  The secret to the survival of the MIS? Adapting to the PC's growing power.,  Enyart, Bob,  IAC 04504215

Bob first began writing for PC Week when he was a US West employee with the title, Business Systems Consultant. US West was one of the seven Baby Bells, the regional phone companies that AT&T was broken up into. Bob worked in their corporate headquarters in Englewood on Orchard Road in the Denver Tech Center. His first articles were guest perspective pieces about:
- the misnomer of the "power user", making the point that generally speaking, the less familiar someone is with computers, the more powerful a computer that person will need, and
- an analogy from Lego and Duplo childrens blocks about the essential need for computer system compatability.