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Friday, August 16, 2002

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Migrate To OS X 10.2 With A Clean Install
by Dan Frakes, Macworld
Before you can enjoy the benefits of OS X 10.2, you first need to install it — which may not be as easy as it sounds.


Rethinking The Macintosh
by Neil McAllister, New Architect
By offering a range of well-designed hardware products, all of which run the same Unix-based OS, Apple has earned itself a unique place in today's computing market. At the very least, it's one that should not be overlooked.

More Problematic Years Ahead
by Jean-Claude Elias, Jordan Times
Apple Macintosh computers proudly announce that their system are designed to correctly store and compute time till the year 29,940!


Counting The Cost
by Ian Betteridge, MacUser
Apple needs OS X to be a success, because if it fails the company will also fail.

I Have A Dream
by David Strom, Techweb
It is time for the 'nixes (Unix, Linux, and Apple's OS X) to play a more major role, and for Microsoft to get with the program and fix this broken buggy whip.

Maybe A Very Smart Move
by Slashdot
Apple can pump up the OS X installed base number by 5 — even if the OS gets installed on only 2 or 3 machines.


EyeTV Digital Video Recorder
by Brett Larson, TechTV
Easy to set up, EyeTV does everything a PVR can do, letting users pause live TV and record their favorite shows.


Friday, August 16, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Will there be any definition of what is a "family" in the new Jaguar family pricing plan? (The installation can only be done on computers that are physically within 100m radius from your bed.)

One of my friend has just picked up a 17-inch flat-panel iMac, with Jaguar pre-installed. Can you tell I'm jealous?


Dell Confirms Interest In Printers, PDAs
by Jeffrey Burt, eWeek
CEO Michael Dell downplayed speculation about the company's printer and PDA plans, contending that the computer maker will remain far mroe focused on PC, server and storage sales to corporate customers.

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