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Friday, August 30, 2002

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The Little Bugs In Apple's Stores
by BusinessWeek
Retail guru, Machead, and author Paco Underhill loves the consumer-friendly emporiums, but he says Jobs & Co. should do some fine-tuning.

Working The Web: Newsreaders
by Ben Hammersley, The Guardian
I don't mean to brag but it's 8.30am and I've already got up to date with 75 different websites.


Apple In NY Times: Thanks To 100,000 New Yorkers
by Greg Grusby, O'Grady's PowerPage
Apple took out a humorous, full page, full color ad in today's Business Section.

The iBooks Are Here
by Art Mayers, Lincoln County Weekly
"It is going to be fun."

Apple's New Xserve Product Could Blow Away Competitiors
by Edison D. Ong, Manila Bulletin
It is not that the server products of IBM, HP and Sun Microsystems are in worst shape; however, they can do better. If not, then Appleís Xserver, the new kid on the block, could blow them away.


Ears Full
by Nan Anastasia, MPG Newspapers
My favorite gadgets tend to be small, shiny and so cool that they don't entirely work yet.

Apple's DVD Lockdown
by Scott Rosenberg
Apple found the DMCA to be a pilable tool, easily adaptable for its own ends that have nothing to do with protecting intellectual property.


True Love With Jaguar Must Wait For The Update
by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle
If you don't have a compelling reason to install Jaguar today, wait for the inevitable 10.2.1 update.

by Doc Searls
So far, Jaguar has been spotty for me.

P2P Networking With Rendezvous And iChat
by Derrick Story, O'Reilly Network
You might be thinking, "I'm already using AIM, MSN, or Yahoo, wy should I care about Rendezvous?"

What's So Great About Mac OS X 10.2? Networking!
by Josh Taylor, ZDNet
Our reviews teams thinks networking is among the new operating system's most compelling enhancements.


Friday, August 30, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Time Flies

Two years ago, we were eagerly awaiting the public beta of Mac OS X. Remember the beta? Remember all the kernel panics, the horrible Finder, and the Apple logo in the middle of the menu bar?

Two years ago, we were also getting a lot of Macintosh news from

Random The Jaguar upgrade song. To be sung to the tune of Route 66—apologies to Bobby Troup.


.Net Server's New Name Suggests Delay
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
Microsoft has once again tweaked the name of the successor to Windows 2000 Server, in a move that suggests its official release won't come until next year.

Microsoft Shutters BizTalk.Org
by Mary Jo Foley, eWeek
With little fanfare, Microsoft Corp. has shuttered its BizTalk.Org XML schema warehouse.

The Pen As Mighty As The Keyboard
by Chris Taylor, Business 2.0
Why tablet PCs could spell the end of paper trails.

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