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Friday, October 4, 2002

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High-Tech Tools Bring Film To Life
by Lois M. Collins, Deseret News
The movie "Charly" wasn't made on a Hollywood budget. Instead, it was a collaboration brought together by Brigham Young University buddies who went for a fat, sleek look on a budgetary diet. And they edited the entire film on a laptop.


Real Cure For The Vileness Of Visual Basic
by Andrew Orlowski, The Register
With Cocoa such an attractive environment for developers, it's a credit to REAL that it's maintained mindshare in the move to OS X.

Video Production Lab Given To Hamden High
by Rebecca Baker, New Haven Register


One-Third Of Slashdot Readers Find The Mac 'Very Tempting'
by Jim Vanaria,
It does raise an eyebrow here and there.

OpenOffice/NeoOffice On Mac OS X
by Tim O'Reilly, O'Reilly Network
More work remains, but the fact is, we've been able to make enormous progress with just 2-3 people.


New Crop Of Apples
by Peter Lewis, Fortune
The juiciest new product from Apple Computer is the Mac OS X version 10.2 operating system.


Friday, October 4, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

David Coursey is writing a book, and he is looking for switchers. I wonder if Apple can help.

Oh, and he is rerunning his old article on why he (still) just love my iMac.


Dell Gives Away Megahertz In Laptop War
by Michael Kanellos, CNET
The Austin, Texas-based computer giant is not charging for most processor upgrades on its Latitude notebooks, which are geared toward businesses.

Why You Should Wait For Dell's Handhelds
by David Berlind, ZDNet
Unless you need a handheld device tomorrow, my advice to those who are looking for a PDA is to wait and see what Dell comes up with.

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