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Sunday, September 8, 2002

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Linking To Dance's Future In A 21st-Century Workshop
by Jennifer Dunning, New York Times
With the formal opening on Oct 2 of the new Dance Theater Workshop in Chelsea, New York dance officially enters the cyber universe.


Gov. King Visits Kittery School As Laptop Program Begins
by Jennifer L. Saunders, Foster's Online
Shapleigh Middle School hosted a special guest Thursday as Gov. Angus King spoke with students about the key role they play in making the laptop initiative a success.

Apple Posts New "Switch" Ads
by MacMinute
The ads feature new "switchers" including an attorney, a veterinarian, a trucking company owner, a software manager and two students.

Optimism In Apple's China Market?
by Global Mac News
New Apple Web China, an independent Macintosh website in China, has an optimistic look (in Chinese) at Apple and the Chinese market.


The Megahertz Mentality Reigns, But Processor Speed Is Almost Passe
by Rob Pegoraro, Washington Post
Determining a winner in the race to build the fastest PC processor is getting harder and harder. The problem isn't finding a score card, but finding the right one.


Photoshop 2.0 A Jewel For All Users
by James Coates, Chicago Tribune
The digital photography wizards at Adobe may have outdone even their earlier low-cost breakthrough image editing software with this helpful upgrade to the wildly popular Photoshop Elements 1.0 version.


Sunday, September 8, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Why OmniWeb Is Not My Browser Of Choice

There is one feature, and one feature alone, that causes OmniWeb to be not my browser of choice on Mac OS X.

Move your mouse over some links, and the URL text-input box at the toolbar changes. Which makes it extremely difficult for me to copy the URL of the current web page. And copying correct URLs is essential to my daily weblogging activities.

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