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Friday, October 25, 2002


1st Apple Store In Maryland Opens
by Bob Allen, The Jeffersonian
Apple computers' foray into retail store sales has found its way into Maryland with the opening of the Apple Computer Inc. gallery/store in Towson Town Center earlier this month.

Impressions Of A Young Mac Geek
by Leander Kahney, Wired News
Ellen Feiss, the star of Apple's "Switch" advertising campaign, was the subject of a look-alike contest in the Netherlands. See the gallery for the remarkable results.

'Apple Macca' In DVD Stand
by Macworld UK
Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has emerged as a defender of the Mac cause following an interview on a local US radio station ñ- winning the admiration of Apple CEO Steve Jobs in the process.


Potholes On Apple's Chip Roadmap?
by Andrew Orlowski, The Register
Apple now has a workstation class OS, so it needs a workstation class processor.


You'll Love It, You'll Hate It, You'll Have Bluetooth
by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle
It took far too much time, research, and experimentation to get everything working. On the other hand, even with all the heartache it caused me, I think I may be in love again.


Friday, October 25, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

IS THAT A FRITZ CHIP IN HIS POCKET, asked Andrew Orlowski about Bill Gates, "or is he just pleased to see Minnie?"

WELCOME BACK, Arts & Letters Daily.


Europe Readies Final Say In Microsoft Case
by Reuters
The European Commission will issue a preliminary ruling in an antitrust case against Microsoft late this year and a final decision next year, a top official said Friday.

New York Tells Microsoft To Get Its Butterfly Decals Out Of Town
by David W. Dunlap, New York Times
Two days after city inspectors ripped up illegal Nike advertising decals glued to sidewalks along Central Park West, Microsoft unleashed a swarm of large adhesive butterflies in Manhattan.

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