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Wednesday, August 14, 2002

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Can The Digital Hub Survive Hollywood?
by Cory Doctorow, TidBITS
Apple has broken every rule except the most important one: build what your customers want to buy.

New Apples Versus Comparable Dell
by Glenn Fleishman, GlennLogs
The answer honestly surprised me.


Apple's Newest Power Macs Sport A New Look—But The Real Change Is Inside
by Philip Michaels, Macworld
With this latest desktop update, Apple has radically redesigned the inside of the Power Mac, bolstering performance beyond a slight increase to processor speed.

Analyst: Dual Processors A 'Smart Move'
by Jim Dalrymple, MacCentral
"When you deal with the kind of work that Apple's pro users do, you really want to have the most powerful processors as possible."


Why I Want To Work At An Apple Retail Store
by Bob McCormick,
Look at those pictures of the folks in the black shirts of the Apple Store. Thye "make it fun" for themselves and for all their customers. Now that's what I call a perfect job!

Arrogance, Thy Name Is Microsoft
by Charles Haddad, BusinessWeek
Office users are steamed at Gates & Co.'s demand that they register their software. Keep it up, Bill. You make Apple look better every day.

Educational Software Pricing
by Jonathan Gennick, O'Reilly Network
Does the lack of educational pricing for full-versions of Windows represent a deep, dark plot, or is it only the result of Microsoft trying to walk a fine line between different classes of customers?


Pick A Laptop: The Perfect Accessory For College
by Edward C. Baig, USA Today
This Apple is yummy. It's quite simply the notebook I'd want if I were back in college.

Bluetooth On Mac OS X
by Wei-Meng Lee, O'Reilly Network
While Bluetooth will not replace your AirPort, be prepared to see more devices that are Bluetooth-enabled in the future.


Wednesday, August 14, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Raster Burn: On a related note, God decides to sue Toho for suing the word "God" without His permission.


Dell Unhooks Windows From Desktops
by John G. Spooner, CNET
Dell is making Windows optional for some of its business desktops.

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