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Friday, December 14, 2001


Jobs 'a US Tycoon Icon'
by Macworld UK
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is one of the USA's most fascinating tycoons, a survey has revealed.


Suite It Is
by Garry Barker, Sydney Morning Herald
This is big software muscle, very well produced, fast and intuitive, with heaps of useful features.

by Chris Snider, STL Today
It's rare that Apple owners have a chance to really make PC users envious. Well, eat your heart out, Bill Gates.


Friday, December 14, 2001
by Heng-Cheong Leong

An Apple A Day

Project Omega: Our aim is to provide all the necessary hints, links, guides, docs, examples, etc to help people starting programming on Mac.

Random Google of the Day

Peter Cohen: So, take heart. It looks like eWorld is in capable hands and is heading towards a bright future. Nov 7, 1995.


Charles Nettles: McKesson found answers in the curmudgeonly skepticism of the Mac's creator.

J Miller, As The Apple Turns: Steve had profound religious objections to delivering a keynote address on the sacrosanct occasion of Elvis birthday. Ta-daa!! Mystery solved.

Jordan Hubbard: Mac will get all the open-source software to consumers' desktops faster than all the open-source software projects ever dreamt up over a six-pack of Jolt Cola.

Amy Wohl: Maybe the airlines need to ask themselves exactly who their best customers are and what they think they're doing to us.

And if you still haven't seen this: say hello to Megway TH. Bigger than Jesus.


Dell To Discontinue Itanium Workstation
by Ken Popovich, eWEEK
Frustrated by a lack of sales, Dell is going to pull the plug on its Itanium-based workstation, according to sources at the company.

Microsoft Weeds Out Office XP Bugs
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
New downloads fix vulnerabilities in Word, Excel and PowerPoint and prevent remote manipulation of data by hackers.

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