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Wednesday, January 30, 2002


Governor Vows To Keep Laptop Idea Alive
by Liz Chapman, Lewiston Sun Journal
The governor said Maine got a lucrative deal with Apple, which was willing to provide computers, network equipment and wiring for $10 million to $15 million les than market value.

Governor's Computer Proposal Faces Rough Go
by Liz Chapman and Bonnie Washuk, Lewiston Sun Journal
Even lawmakers who were previously supportive of the proposal during better economic times, are now in a hurry to kill the plan and use the money for other state needs.

Ambrosia Releases SnapzPro X V1.0.2
by Kirk Hiner,

Expo Power Of X Movie Posted
by Macworld UK


Being A Mac Pack Rat
by Adam C. Engst, TidBITS
I'm here today to recommend that you do keep old hardware around if you have the space and don't have anything better to do with it.

An Opening For Apple
by Charles Haddad, BusinessWeek
The next frontier for Jobs & Co. will be melding its user-friendly technologies into an emerging generation of consumer electronics.


Wednesday, January 30, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Google does not allow pop-up ads of any kind on their site. Very good idea! This web site (myapplemenu) doesn't either. In fact, this web site have no advertisement whatsoever.


Back Microsoft And Win An iPaq
by John Lettice, The Register
Just a tool to get people involved, and certainly not a bribe.

Microsoft Expands Mobile Program
by Richard Shim, CNET
Microsoft plans to announce Wednesday the expansion of its program for partner companies that create hardware and software for its mobile products.

Press Denied Access To MS Antitrust Depositions
by Cara Garretson, Macworld UK
Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly approved a Microsoft motion that removes the obligation to allow public access to witness interviews.

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