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Tuesday, May 28, 2002

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Why Macintosh?
by Terri Schoone
To become fixated on the popularity or dominance of a platform is counterproductive. The skills necessary to be productive in the information society are universal regardless of platform.

The Lean Way To Wedding Videos
by Charles F. Moreira, The Star
"My most challenging task was to produce a finished video of a wedding ceremony to show at the wedding reception two hours later and I was able to complete the task in time using the camcorder and the iMac."


Chimera 0.2.8 Released
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral

Nenrico 6th-Graders Getting iBooks
by Chris Dovi, Richmond Times-Dispatch
The Henrico County School Board voted unanimously last night to buy iBook laptop computers for the country's sixth-graders for the coming school year.

Schiller, Rubinstein On Xserve
by Jim Dalrymple, MacCentral
The hardware and software may not be what Apple has to worry about the most — it may be perception.

Will Mac Servers Ever Run The Enterprise?
by Robyn Weisman, NewsFactor
With its UNIX-based operating system, Apple is now in a position to achieve the one goal that has always escaped it: respect in the enterprise IT world.

Apple Said To Be Shifting iMac Orders From Quanta To Hon Hai
by Nikkei BP
Apple recently has been reported to be shifting contracts for making its iMac computers with LCD monitors.


Apple's Ulterior Motive
by Steve Watkins, Low End Mac
Apple is hoping to attract the attention of everyone from the CEO and CIO down to the PC support technician.

Discussion: Steve Jobs Gives The Bird On Xserve Video
by Slashdot

Apple Deal Nifty But Complex
by John H. Farr,
It took several long stares to figure out what the deal actually was.


Mac OS 10.1.4 - How Fast Is It?
by Macs Only!


Tuesday, May 28, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference: Call for Participation. Individuals and companies interested in making presentations, giving a tutorial, or particpating in panel discussions are invited to submit proposals.

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