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Monday, September 9, 2002


Apples Of Their Eyes
by Rob Chaney, Missoulian
Mac users gather at garage sale for deals, opportunity to reminisce.


Monday, September 9, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Cory Doctorow: Toshiba's new digital music player shows us more evidence that (consumer electronics) + (digital rights management) = ass.

If you have spent, say, over half an hour searching via Google, and you still cannot find what you want, does that mean it really doesn't exist? I was searching for some quotes from the TV show "Becker" about how stupid and irritating people are, and all I've found are some lame ones from IMDB.


Microsoft "Solves" Hacking Mystery
by Robert Lemos, CNET
After following a trail of evidence left behind on compromised Windows 2000 servers, the company now believes that hackers have systematically exploited Windows 2000 servers that haven't been properly locked down, rather than a hole in the operating system.

PC Makers Take Slow Road To XP Update
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
Microsoft on Monday issued the first update, or service pack, for the Windows XP operating system. But the update, available as a free download from Microsoft's Web site, may not appear on some new PCs until next year.

WinXP SP1 Out Now, And New Corp Version Leaked?
by John Lettice, The Register
What appears to be an OEM/corporate version of WinXP with SP1 integrated has been circulating on the internet for over a week now.

Intel's 'Madison' To Make First Appearance
by Stephan Shankland, CNET
Unisys and NEC will make the first demonstrations of Intel's third-generation server chip, a move that may aid Intel's struggle to crack the competitive server market.

Balancing Linux And Microsoft
by Steve Lohr, New York Times
The case of Bruce Perens, who until recently was a strategist for Linux software at HP, illustrates the balance that companies must achieve as they promote Linux but continue doing business with Microsoft.

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