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Friday, April 19, 2002


Music Player Takes On New Guises
by Jon Wurtzel, BBC
With all the hacks its devoted fans have developed for it, the iPod is practically morphing into a personal digital assistant.

Cocoa API Reference Browser
by James Davidson, O'Reilly Network
This program provides an easy way to browse the Cocoa libraries by class and method.

Apple Tests Web-Based E-Mail
by Ian Fried, CNET


Games Play Better Than They Look
by Reuters
I don't think I've seen so much advanced educational material packed so discreetly in a child's game.


Friday, April 19, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Looks like there will be two more versions of Xbox before it is good enough to catch on. :-)

Brett Miller: [Apple's] stores are all identical, updated and they have incredible expertise in retail. Gateway has good customer service. They know how to build PC's. But they don't seem to understand retailing.


Microsoft Warns That 2003 Earnings Will Disappoint
by Ananova

Feds Might Use Microsoft Product For Online ID
by Brier Dudley, Seattle Times
Forget about a national ID card. Instead, the federal government might use Microsoft's Passport technology to verify the online identity of America's citizens.

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