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Friday, November 22, 2002

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Apple 'It' Girl Breaks Silence
by Leander Kahney, Wired News
Ellen Feiss, whose fame continues to grow even as she eschews the media spotlight, has finally granted her first sitdown with a reporter, albeit from an unlikely publication.


Apple Drops In Microsoft Country
by Manny Frishberg, Wired News
Apple must really want to get in Microsoft's face. That could be one reason Apple plans to open the first branded retail store north of San Francisco in the upscale Bellevue Square Mall, less than two miles from Bill Gates' Medina, Washington, mansion.

Mac Attack Headed For Ala Moana
by Russ Lynch, Honolulu Star
Apple is running advertisements on its Web site,, seeking applicants for a store manager and assistant manager for a new Ala Moana store.

Merging Rock Music And Multimedia: It's A Sinch
by Nancy Eaton, Apple
"It allows for instant performance and it completely reshapes in my mind. Itís just opened up a totally new world for me."

Crowds Flock To MacExpo
by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK
Hundreds of Mac users braved the rain to attend MacExpo 2002 yesterday. Queues formed outside Islingtonís Business Design Centre before the eventís official 10am start.


Discussion: Ellen Feiss Interview
by Slashdot

Does Apple Need To Upgrade The Original iMac?
by Remy Davison, Insanely Great Mac
If Apple really wants to keep the iMac pitched at schools as an budget-priced, entry level Mac, it doesn't need to upgrade the spec; it needs to practically give them away.

Apple Of Your iMac
by Neil McIntosh, The Guardian
If trade show crowds are anything to go by, then the scrum at this year's UK MacExpo, continuing in London today, shows the Mac market to be in good health.


It's A Season Of Joy For Those Gaga Over Gadgets
by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle
With the gift-giving season upon us, here's my holiday guide to gadgets guaranteed to generate gladness in the heart of your favorite Mac enthusiast.


Friday, November 22, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

JUST BE CAREFUL when you are operating a Dell. You don't want to burn your penis.


Microsoft Talking Big For Servers
by Stephen Shankland, CNET
For years, Microsoft has argued that servers containing only a handful of processors are good enough for most of the world. But now, with the advent of huge Intel machines and the approaching release of a new version of Windows that will run on them, the company is changing its tune.

One Licence For MS Jupiter Apps
by ComputerWire
Microsoft plans to introduce a single licence for its Jupiter suite of integrated e-business components that will eventually replace the existing Content Management Server 2002, Commerce Server 2002, and BizTalk Server 2002 products.

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