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Monday, September 2, 2002


I Mua! Macintosh 'Speaks' Hawaiian
by Vicki Viotti, Honolulu Advertiser
10.2 added an option to the computer's internal "keyboard" allowing users to type in the kahako and the 'okina, two characters essential to the Hawaiian written language as it is now taught.

$37m Buys Experiment In Schools
by Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe
Maine is plunging into an edcuational debate that is at least as old as television.

Mac Aficionados Line Up To See New Computer Store
by Stanley A. Miller II, Journal Sentinel
Apple opened its first store in Wisconsin on Saturday, welcoming hundreds of cheering fans to a bright, shiny, high-tech haven.


Introduction To And Experiences With Mac Cocoa

Dreamweaver MX
by Mark Starlin, MacReview
Let me summarize by saying Dreamweaver MX remains the state of the art tool for Internet publishing and application development.


Monday, September 2, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong


An Apple A Day : MacMusic.

Mark Pilgrim: ClarusX 2.0. You know you want it.

Chris Cummer: From bringing joy to millions to boring the crap out of people in one easy upgrade.

Marc Canter: Apple is using Open Source as a puppet to achieve their own ends.


WinXP SP1 Out Next Monday - But Can You Avoid It?
by John Lettice, The Register
Essentially, Microsoft reserves the right for it and its designated chums to steal your stuff, but they're not going to abuse that right, of course, and Microsoft now explicitly states that unlicensed copies will not qualify for upgrades and fixes.

Vendors Ready For Tablet OS
by Ephraim Schwartz, InfoWorld
Microsoft's Windows XP Tablet PC Edition OS isn't slated to launch until Nov. 7, but companies such as Motion Computing, Hewlett-Packard, Toshiba, and Fujitsu already have revealed plans to release Tablet PC products.

Microsoft's Newest Challenger: Moore's Law
by Eric Hellweg, Business 2.0
Entire PCs can now be bought for less than the cost of one copy of Microsoft Office software — and an interesting new market is born.

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