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Monday, March 4, 2002

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A Study In Contrasts
by Jim Heid, Los Angeles Times
The iMac and Apple's software have a design elegance that's missing from the Windows world.

Apple Chief Blasts Labels
by Sydney Morning Herald
Steve Jobs compalined that the digital music services backed by the labels don't make it easy for consumers to burn tracks from CDs they buy.


Crooner Uses Computers To Replace Sheet Music
by Teresa Riordan, New York Times
Technology had progressed far enough that the electronic page could be turned faster and more reliably than a paper page.

Apple Holds On To Core Customers
by Maggie Williams,
On its good days, Apple manages to make quirky design appear effortlessly easy.

High School Students Go High-Tech At LLCC
by John Reynolds, State Journal-Register


Monday, March 4, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Jack Trout: Apple is nothing more than a pretender in a Wintel world.


C# Virus Pitched Against .NET
by John Leyden, The Register
Sharpei is low risk, but worrying

IE, Outlook Run Malicious Commands Without Scripting
by Thomas C Greene, The Register
An attacker can run arbitrary commands on Windows machines with a simple bit of HTML, even with active scripting and ActiveX disabled.

The MS Antitrust Case: Why It's So Darned Hard To Resolve
by David Berlind, ZDNet
The burning question and the source of the controversy is how to write a remedy that accomplishes the three objectives: stop unlawful conduct, restore competition, and prevent future recurrence.

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