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Saturday, August 19, 2000

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Happy Birthday, iMac
by Apple
To celebrate this weekís two-year anniversary of the iMac, we asked its biggest fans ó those who own one ó to tell us how it changed your lives during the past two years. This is what you wrote...

Should You Have Macs On Your Network As Well As PCs?
by TechRepublic

Reflections On The Aqua UI
We believe that Aqua, and OS X, could turn out very well indeed. We were sceptics at first, as is no doubt evident from the tone of this article, but we're coming around. It's interesting to see how one can never tell the way the future will go.

Apple's Unsung Hero?
If you are willing to give Bill Clinton even partial credit for the current economic boom, then he may well be the unsung hero in Apple's financial recovery.


Corel's Interim CEO: Hire Me
by eWEEK
Derek Burney replaced CEO Michael Cowpland on an interim basis. But he says he wants the job for keeps.


Apple Studio Display
If you have a Power Mac G4 Cube or a Power Mac G4 made after July 2000, the new Apple Studio Display is a good—but pricey—choice.

Hoodman E2000
by MacNN
Reasonably priced at $40, the E2000 is without question a must-have device for anyone who does, or desires, to work outside the confines of their office or abode.


Saturday, August 19, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Fine Words

MacSlash: Tom Steinert-Threlkeld is an idiot.

Old News

3 Years Ago: Power Computing Braces Itself - Power Computing continues to smart from Apple Computer's reluctance to license the Macintosh operating system and certify new computer designs, amid rumors that Apple may buy the clone maker.

1 Year Ago: Apple Sues Emachines For iMac Look-Alike - Apple Computer has filed a second iMac-inspired lawsuit, this time against low-cost PC maker Emachines, alleging that the company has wrongfully pilfered the design and feel of its popular translucent computer.


PC Makers Get Early Crack At Windows Me
PC makers have started shipping the Windows Me system a month ahead of their scheduled release.

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