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Friday, May 17, 2002


New Home For New Vision: After-School Foundation Holds Open House
by Charlie Breitrose, MetroWest Daily News
The gem of the new center is a computer lab filled with 16 Macintosh computers.

Interpreting History Through A Photo Lens
by Marian Jarlenski, Chantilly Times
Mauro createed his maps with an old Macintosh laptop and a drawing program that is not even made anymore.

Apple Polishes Up LCD Technology
by Bill Lammers, The Plain Dealer
Soon we might be thanking Apple for making it less expensive to watch TV from the hot tub.


Educational Computing Done Wrong
by Adam Robert Guha, Low End Mac
Keeping the computers working well and fully updated will greatly contribute to the major focus of helping the student to learn efficiently and effectively.

Xserver: A Sign Of Good Things Ahead For Apple
by Stephan Somogyi, ZDNet
With the server version of Jaguar on the horizon, the future of Apple's re-entry into the serve rmarket—and the implications that re-entry has for the rest of the company—looks bright.

by Jonathan Gennick, O'Reilly Network
OS X is certainly out there in big numbers, lots of people are developing for it, and many of those people are using Objective-C.

The Comments That Just Won't Die
by Rob McNair-Huff, Mac Net Journal
Aren't Internet publications supposed to be able to publish more timely coverage of events and happenings?


Friday, May 17, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Evan Williams: I'm being seduced into the Mac camp. I can't help it. Thye're everywhere. And beautiful. And everyone's in love with them.

Introducing... Creative Commons.


Microsoft Said States Not Harmed
by Associated Press
Microsoft's lawyers argued that the states, unlike the federal government, should have to show that their citizens specifically were harmed by Microsoft's illegal attacks on its competitors.

Microsoft Leaves Windows Open For Citrix

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