xlr8yourmac.com notes that some people might experience trouble with systems having both a Radeon and a Voodoo5 card in it (some hardware/software incompatibility, it seems, related to OpenGL 1.1.5). Other posts mention other topics. (I just love that sentence:))
the register. notes that Intel has successfully produced their first semiconductor using a 0.13 micron process, with copper interconnects. The new technology is going to be used in future CPUs and RAMs.
MacCentral takes a look at ProMAX's DH-Max AGP card for the Mac. The card sports a dual VGA out chipset based on Matrox's G400 graphics chip. Once OpenGL and RAVE support are implemented, this might be a very interesting card for graphics professionals. (Think of two monitors with only one AGP card)
the register also notes that industry analysts now say RDRAM (from Rambus Inc.) is pretty much dead and advise companies to no longer support the technology. See, even the best lawyers can't make an inferior technology better.