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Sunday, April 7, 2002


One Alternative To Bloated, Pricey Microsoft Office
by Rob Pegoraro, Washington Post
Microsoft Office is cheap to use — until you actually have to buy a copy.

Small-Time Cineastes Find Moviemaking Easier Than Ever
by Jon Hart, Christian Science Monitor
"It's power to the people. Anyone with an Apple G4 [computer and a digital video camera] can make a movie."

School District's Technology Access Being Enhanced
by Shawnee News-Star
"They can take an iBook [and] go sit in a corner with it or collaborate with a group of their peers. It allows for more collaboration, more group work."


QuarkXPress Versus InDesign
by David Blatner, Macworld
The new versions are out. Which will win the hearts of designers?

Mail Revisited
by Rob McNair-Huff, Mac Net Journal
Mail knows its audience, caters to those who want a simple mail client, and other than missing a few critical features like more intelligent filtering and poor keyboard navigation, Mail is a solid choice for light use.


Sunday, April 7, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Sometimes, I do wonder how can some web sites still survive till today... Or are they already on the death bed, and it's just that I don't knwo about it?


Court Delays Ruling On Suit Against HP
by Reuters
A Delaware court said Sunday it would issue a ruling in the next few days on whether it will throw out a lawsuit filed against HP by dissident board member Walter Hewlett.

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