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Sunday, December 2, 2001

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Apple Announces Next Two Store Openings
by Jim Dalrymple, MacCentral
Store number 25 and 26 will open in West Nyack, New York and Salem, New Hampshire, reaching Apple's goan of 25 stores before year's end.


The Next Phase Is Here, Says Apple
by Charles F. Moreira, The Star
The PC began its next evolutionary phase this year as a tool in "the age of the digital lifestyle."

QuickTime Is History
by John Geralds,

Dean Kamen Set To Unveil Mysterious 'IT' Invention
by Eric Auchard, Reuters
Apple, Amazon, and Walt Disney might benefit from 'IT'.

Excitement Continues At Apple Store Opening
by Andrew Shalat, MacCentral
The bragging rights for who's first on line at an Apple Store opening has finally gotten competitive.


The MacEdition Interview: Walt Mossberg
by MacEdition
Since Mr. Mossberg approaches his technology from the personal angle rather than the technical angle, we thought his insights on the industry surrounding Apple would be particularly interesting.


Gifts To Delight Mac Users
by Glenn Fleishman, Seattle Times

Home Networking Goes Wi-Fi
by Yael Li-Ron, Contra Costa Times

Best High-Tech Gadgets My Money Has Bought
by James Coates, Chicago Tribune
It was a dangerous year for the budget of this battle-weary reviwer of high-technology tools and toys.

Quite A Toast For Macintosh World
by James Coates, Chicago Tribune
Many consider Toast an essential addition for Macintosh owners who want to use iMovie.

Apple iMac
by Elizabeth Chang, Washington Post
That iMovie software and the iMac's alluring style sure make it tempting.


Sunday, December 2, 2001
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Rumor Mongers

If you are employed by Apple, you are hereby reminded to catch at least one screening of Monsters, Inc.

Rack-mountable Macintosh server is coming, according to our rumor mongers.


Code Red Is Dead On Worst Lists
by Michelle Delio, Wired News
Many experts believe that Code Red wasn't nearly the threat it was made out to be.

Microsoft Gives Top Executives New Duties
by Seattle Times
Hopes to sharpen focus on Internet services, wireless phone, and database technology.

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