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Sunday, November 17, 2002

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Derided Computer Plan Clicks With Maine Students
by Elizabeth Mehren, Los Angeles Times
Chided for giving all seventh-graders laptops, Gov. Angus King is now widely praised for raising education levels through technology.

Apple's New Net-Based Apps
by Jay Greenspan, Webmonkey
Yes the technologies we looked at in this article were all created by Apple. But now developers from outside companies will be able to integrate Internet data in their applications on the Mac platform.


Burn, Baby, Burn
by Paul Boutin, Wired
The real threat to the music biz isn't P2P — it's CD-Rs swapped on the street.


by Michael Tedeschi, Washington Post


Sunday, November 17, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

HA HA HA : Morgan Webb has this to say about Apple's Mail application.

Mac OS X 10.2 users are laughing all the way to the land without spam, as their new content-based filters are much more sophistcated than those included with Outlook [on Windows].

SHORT CUTS : If you are near Boise State University, you might want to drop by the MacLife Film Festival this Dec 3.

FINAL CUT : Or maybe you'd prefer Bumping Heads?


Japan Mulls Abandoning Microsoft Windows
The Japanese government may no longer use Microsoft Corp's Windows operating system as part of its plans to boost computer security within the government, Kyodo News reported today.

Xbox Launches Online Play
by Tom Ham, Washington Post
People have been playing video games in their living rooms for decades, but only this year did it become easy to play against people in other living rooms.

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