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Monday, January 14, 2002

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Apple Thinks DIfferent
by Robert Mullins and Ken Spencer Brown, Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal
American consumers: Apple wants you.

Feedback About The New iMac
by Henry Norr, San Francisco Chronicle
When you sell on style, there's no way to make everyone happy.

A Cover For Steve Jobs, A Faux Pas For Time
by Felicity Barringer, New York Times
By flubbing an embargo and giving Web-happy night owls a premature glimpse of the new computer, broke Time's deal with Steve Jobs. By pulling down the article a few hours later, the site made it excruciatingly clear that there was indeed a deal.


Apple Earnings Due Wednesday
by MacMinute

Adobe May Ditch China Sales
by David Becker, CNET
Adobe may leave the Chinese market and other Asian region due to rampant piracy there, according to CEO Bruce Chizen.

Revamped iMac
by Craig Crossman, Knight Ridder Newspapers
Apple's new computer flattens company's old ideas.

Digital Photo Craze Leads To Services Growth
by Antone Gonsalves, InformationWeek
"Today, it's more of a side business for these companies. But in the future, there's some potential."

With A Little Bit Of Luxo
by Steven Levy, Newsweek
Apple's impresario, Steve Jobs, didn't miss a trick when he unveiled the new lamplike iMac.

LCD Market Not So Clear
by Michael Kanellos and Richard Shim, CNET
Will there be enough flat-panel monitors to go around in 2002?

iMac Rumours 'will Hit Apple Xmas Sales'
by Macworld UK
Merrill Lynch has warned that Apple's sales for the three months to December will fall short of expectations.

New HP Inkjet, Scanner Coming This Month
by Dennis Sellers, MacCentral
HP is offering more bang for the buck in its digital imaging line with a new color inkjet printer and color scanner.


Apple's New Magic Bullet?
by Matthew Rothenberg, eWEEK
Prognosticating about Apple's next moves, like hunting bear, can be a treacherous two-way street: Sometimes you get the drop on new Macs, and sometimes new Macs get the drop on you.

Apple Growing A New Backbone?
by Jeff Adkins, Low End Mac

That New iMac: Tiny, White And Not Much Else
by Mark Anderson, MSN Money
Were Apple's customers clamoring for a computer that looks like a desk lamp? They got one anyway.


Love At First Sight
by Julio Ojeda-Zapata, Pioneer Press
Windows XP doesn't give me what I want. A Mac does.

Radio 8 The Video Star
by Adam Curry
This software turns your PC or Mac into a real live broadcast facility. You're in control of the whole show, the name, style, look and feel, content, design, pictures, words, commentary amd most importantly: Links.


Monday, January 14, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong


Shawn King, in a mailing list: Unofficially, Apple has tested [the new iMac] with a Cinema Display.


Just an early warning for folks who depends on the news feed... MyAppleMenu (i.e. me) will go on hiatus on Jan 21 till Jan 26.

Dan Gillmor: With the rise of search tools that unerringly bring you to the page you want, the need for a highly specific domain name ó one that a casual Web user would be able to guess ó has practically disappeared.


School's Out For Microsoft
by David Smith, gartner Viewpoint
Perhaps it was always going to be too good to be true.

Microsoft Releases New Office Tools
by Mike Ricciuti and Wylie Wong, CNET
Microsoft on Monday launched new tools for linking its Office desktop software into its growing .Net Web services plan.

Worm Posing As Microsoft Update Moving Slowly - Experts
by Reuters
The so-called "Gigger" worm is a low threat since so few computers have been infected.

AMD, Intel May Top Raised Estimates
by Reuters
The two rival chipmakers are expected to beat their forecasts, which were raised in December, when their fourth-quarter results come out.

Security Flaws May Be Pitfall For Microsoft
by Joseph Menn, Los Angeles Times
As the company shifts toward interactive services, its latest vulnerabilities do little to bolster customer confidence.

Goofy Dell Guy Exudes Star Power
by Michael McCarthy, USA Today
Steven puts a friendly face on a category often intimidating to consumers: computers.

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