440 Davis Court #1602
San Francisco, CA 94111-2496
415 781 5700

October 3, 2000

03 00050 61 00100301

Mr. Morris E. Jones
Business Unit Manager
Cable Network Operation
Intel Corporation
350 East Plumeria; Mail Stop CHP3-105
San Jose, CA 95124

Subject:   Medit Improvements, Pending Issues

Dear Morris,

Did you get assigned to a jury? For fun, here is an example of how SDS supports legal analysis, which could help business people, since "analysis" is part of adding intelligence to management.

Thanks again for good work on Sunday evening. The improvement you made saves about 50 key strokes a day. If we ever get SDS into the hands of others to experience the fun, speed and earnings from adding intelligence to management, this savings of time reflects a huge improvement, since without doubt time is the critical factor of existence.

Please note that there is still a problem opening files with a path longer than 40 characters. You intended to extend this to 60, which would be great.

We need to make another push to develop a work around on the memory problem. For example, on December 12, 1999 there was consideration of finding out memory assigned above 640K for CGA. OS2 lets a user turn this off, and that resulted in about a 150k increase in memory available for Medit. Currently W2K gives us 634K, about 30K more than you get with W98. So, there must be some variables that can be used to address this matter constructively.

Finally, when time permits, could you please comment on the Executive Summary of the business plan? Does the explanation of the opportunity for changing from documents to Knowledge Space discussed in the plan make sense, based on your experience with SDS?



Rod Welch