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Wednesday, April 17, 2002

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Apple Presses The Emotional Buttons
by Simon Sholl, The Times
"I like it — I want it — what is it?"


Apple Stores Should Be Profitable Before Year's End
by Dennis Sellers, MacCentral

Apple 1 Goes Up For Auction
by Rupert Goodwins, ZDNet UK
Motherboard for sale: no graphics, no hard disk, 8K memory. $50,000 ONO.

The Secret Of Steve Jobs's Survival
by Charles Haddad, BusinessWeek
Whenever Apple loses its way, the CEO's inspired innovations help it surge ahead of the PC pack. The latest example: DVD technology.

Is Apple's QuickTime King Of The Digital Media Hill?
by Ben Wilson, NewsFactor
According to analysts, the key to the success of any streaming media format is the support of third-party developers.

Security Flaw In Microsoft Office For Mac
by Robert Lemos, CNET
Microsoft acknowledged on Tuesday that its popular Office applications for the Macintosh have a critical security flaw that leaves users' systems open to attack by worms and online vandals.


The All-Purpose Home Computer Is Alive And Well
by Jesse Mathewson, Low End Mac

Grading Steve Jobs
by BusinessWeek
Apple's fortunes seem to have mirrored those of its co-founder and guiding spirit, Steve Jobs. How do you rate his performance?


Entourage Or Palm Desktop On OS X?
by Evan Kleiman, Low End Mac

Apple: Give Me Back My Pixels (And Fix The Finder)
by Stephan Somogyi, ZDNet
Aqua feels like a mudle of new interface elements thrown together with the primary goal of looking maximally different, both to minimize comparisons with Mac OS 9 and to engender lots of oohing and aahing about its eye candy-ness.

The IDEs Of Mac
by Daniel H. Steinberg, O'Reilly Network
In this article, I'll look at JBuilder, IDEA and a few other IDEs. There's a bigger issue here that I'll address in the Pre-ramble: look at the number of choices you have for developing in Java on Mac OS X.


Wednesday, April 17, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Why do I get this feeling that the AMD chief doesn't really want to testify for Microsoft?

Edward C. Baig: Apple iPod [is] probably the sexiest of the digital players on the market.

An Apple A Day: In shareware we trust.

Paul Myers, [People with Yahoo mail addresses] on my list don't tend to read their email on a regular basis... I want a high density of reponsive people. I don't care how many subscribers I have ó I want active, involved readers. I have no interest in big numbers of useless addresses. It slows down delivery, bogs down servers. Forget it."

What are all these books?

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Is there a lawsuit in here? :-)

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