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Sunday, January 27, 2002

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Wireless Computers Offer Students Digital Learning Experience
by Mark Berton, Tribune-Review
As Quaker Valley winds up its first semester as one of the three Digital School Districts in the state, the nature of learning is changing at the high school.


Turning Macs On Thievery
by Leander Kahney, Wired News
In a story that is probably unique, R.D. Bridges recovered his sister's stolen iMac using Netopia's Timbuktu Pro.

Working Hard For Hue
by William L. Hamilton, New York Times
Popular color isn't just "in the wind" each season. It's generated by high-wind machines like Pantone.

Mine's Plan For Laptops Goes Forward
by Associated , Associated Press
Despite a budget crunch, Maine is sticking with its plan to put a computer into the lap of every seventh- and eighth-grader in the state.

Shockwave Player Comes To Mac OS X
by Dennis Sellers, MacCentral

Public Beta Of Norton Utilities For Mac OS X Out
by Dennis Sellers, MacCentral
This beta version includes: Norton Disk Doctor, FileSaver, UnErase and Scheduler components.


Own It All, Apple, Please: Homepage, iPhoto, Netscape 6, & The Problems
by Vern Seward, Mac Observer
Owning the whole experience means taking care of all the details, even the ones you'd rather not advertise.

Digital Hub Or Entertainment Center?
by Adam Robert Guha, Low End Mac


The iPod Protector
by Marc Zeedar,
This is a good, basic case for your iPod. There's nothing wrong with it, but nothing remarkable either.

iMac "All-In-One" Is A Trinity
by John Dingler, Inquirer
The resulting ambiance is something that would make a Gucci store proud.

Epson Stylus C80
by Rick LePage, Macworld
Excellent bundle of features in a low-priced ink-jet printer.

iPhoto Brings Visual Order
by Glenn Fleishman, Seattle Times


Sunday, January 27, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

An Apple A Day: The "Unofficial" iMovie FAQ.


The Week In Review: Courting Microsoft
by Steven Musil, CNET
No stranger to the courtroom, Microsoft found itself embroiled in a barrage of legal filings related to its antitrust woes, but that doesn't mean the software giant took it lying down.

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