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Monday, May 29, 2000

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The Historical Roots Of Mac OS X
Subtitle: What the heck is that "BSD" stuff, anyway?


Music Software Firm Debuts Mac Product
by Reuters
MusicMatch Inc., a maker of software for playing and organizing music on a computer... is set to unveil a version for [Macintosh], targeting a group of avid multimedia fans it says have been overlooked in the fast-growing space.


Monday, May 29, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Broken Stuff

As you may (or, well, may not) notice, the news feed feature of AppleSurf is currently broken. Sorry, but I'll try to fix this as soon as possible.

Half Keyboard

Use your usual QWERT keyboard — with just one hand. Okay, I'm interested.


Bullpen: Of Broken Bones And Microsoft
Covering the Microsoft trial is a curse.

The Microsoft-free Office
by Inter@ctive Week
[C]an you really run a business in today's high-tech, wired world without relying in some way on Microsoft technology?

Challenge To Windows Is In Middleware
by New York Times
One of the most remarkable byproducts of the government's antitrust suit against Microsoft is that a nerdish bit of computer plumbing called middleware has emerged as the star of the case.

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