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Wednesday, December 26, 2001

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Apple: Our Stores Will Lose Money
by Reuters
Apple expects to post a "small loss" in its retail operations in the current quarter and in all fiscal 2002, ending September.

Apple CEO Jobs Takes $1 Salary Again In 2001
by Reuters
Steve Jobs took a salary of $1 in the past fiscal year while other top executives were rewarded with options for one million shares each, a major increase in compensation, according to a filing with securities regulators.


Amnesty Period For Software Pirates
by Kelly Zito, San Francisco Chronicle
Campaign urges scofflaws to pay fees, avoid penalties.

A Time For Helping Others
by Colleen Wixon, Press Journal
Austin Henry can't write, but uses a Macintosh iBook computer at school to help him with his work.


2001: A Great Year For Businesses That Use Macs
by Paul Shields, Businss Mac
Apple made major strides in providing a platform that could meet the needs of the general business customer.

Mac Browser Roundup
by Hakon Lie and Tantek Celik, A List Apart
We test drove and reviewed updated versions of Opera browser and Internet Explorer.

Outdoor Guide Software Makes A Great Planning Tool
by Darren Marcy, Farmington Daily Times
This compact disc would make a nice Christmas gift for any outdoor enthusiast.


Wednesday, December 26, 2001
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Gizmo of the Year

It's time, yet again, to cast your vote for your favorite gizmo in this MSNBC's poll. (Hint: iPod)

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