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Thursday, December 27, 2001

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New iMacs For The New Year?
by Matthew Rothenberg, eWEEK
Apple has never lacked chutzpah; it it can convert that renewable resource into major new products, the Mac maker could emerge from this recession with a fresh new coat of Teflon and some new users to boot.


Steve Jobs To Give A Keynote At CES 2002
by Lando Calrissian, Go2Mac
Steve will be "presneting Apple's line of digital lifestyle appliances" and "an intuitive vision for consumer devices: think simple."


Mac's Year Not So Bad After All
by Jim Heid, Los Angeles Times
In all, it wasn't a bad year, considering how bad a year it was.


For Use Anytime
by Matthew Fordahl, Associated Press
Connectix's Virtual PC for Mac 5.0 offers both reasonable speed and relatively low cost in an easy-to-install software package.


Thursday, December 27, 2001
by Heng-Cheong Leong

CMS Newsfeed?

Does anyone know of any RSS-based news-feed on content management? Please mail me. Thanks!


I just wanted to say that creating an application to play QuickTime video on Linux is not the same as porting QuickTime to Linux.

Today, I had to use the online help manual to find out how I can delete a folder in Lotus Notes. Sigh.

Bill Fox: It would seem... that many Carbon apps, including AppleWorks from Apple, are not optimized for OS X and do not take full advantage of the graphics accelerator card while Illustrator does.

Blogger has a security breach ó change your FTP password now, if you are using the service.

Paul Boutin: Instead of trying to build an uncrackable safe, DRM makers should ask themselves: How can we be more like the newspaper box?


Fiorina Mars HP's Image, Survey Says
by Jonathan Skillings, CNET
More than 800 tech marketing executives in 17 countries voted the HP chief to the top of CEO's who most harmed their brand in the past year.

Microsoft Warns Of Holes In SQL Server
by Juan Carlos Perez, IT World
A pair of security holes in Microsoft's SQL Server database could make the product vulnerable to a denial-of-service attack and to the execution of malicious code by an attacker.

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