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Sunday, August 25, 2002

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Virginia Expanding Laptop Program In Schools Despite First-Year Troubles
by Associated Press
Administrators are confident last year's problems have been solved and that the technology initiative will run much smoother, even as it is expanded to middle schools.


Apple May Ride Jaguar Into Mobile Computing
by James Coates, Chicago Tribune
It's getting clearer by the day that Jaguar is just the opening salvo in a looming series of exciting schemes to add products to the Macintosh line.


Buy Or Hold?
by Chris Taylor, Time
If you're a Mac user who's been holding out on OS X, it could be time to play around with a furry feline.

Apple Turns Search Engine Into Concierge
by James Coates, Chicago Tribune
Mac OS 10.2 is far bigger than just Sherlock 3, but this one huge improvement in how people can use their Macs stand out far more for most users than the rest.

In Apple's 'Jaguar,' Upgrades Quick And Mighty
by Rob Pegoraro, Washington Post
You could say 10.2 is the company's biggest update ever. It's the first Mac operating system I've seen that took two CD-ROMs and more than an hour to install.

Setting Up A Site Server With Jaguar
by James Duncan Davidson, O'Reilly Network
Did you know that almost all of the software to set up a heavyweight, full-fledged site server is already on your machine?


Sunday, August 25, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

This newly revamped site you are reading is trying to use XHTML 1.0 and CSS Level 1. I said try because there are still some bugs here and there that will cause the XHMTL to fail to validate.

I wish somebody has coded up an expert system that will examine HTML/CSS codes, and suggest ways to improve the web site.

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