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Saturday, December 28, 2002

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Not Forbidden Fruit: Try A Mac; You May Find A Taste Is All It Takes
by Charles Bermant, Seattle Times
"There is another, and its name is Macintosh."

School District Signs On To New Technology
by Dave Milbrandt, San Bernardino County Sun
A recently approved contract between the Chino Valley Unified School District and Apple Computer will change the way some students take standardized tests and turn in homework.

5-Step Recipe For A Well-Done Apple Switch
by Charles Bermant, The Seattle Times
The experience will differ person to person, but the move from the PC to the Macintosh can be traced in five basic steps.

An Apple In Old Pasadena
by Don Jergler, San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Mac users are typically interested in digital photography, making movies, accessing music and other creative activities. "That is a large part of the whole L.A. culture."


Talking Tech Trash: The Afterlife Of Computers
by Tamara Chuang, Orange County Register
Trade it in, upgrade it, recycle it but don't trash it ñ- that could be illegal.

Users Note MSN Messenger Fix
by MacNN


Business "How-Not-Tos" At PowerSchool
by Think Secret


My Top Freeware Picks For 2002
by MacMegasite

Configuring Jaguar's Firewall
by Chris Cochella, O'Reilly Network
Don't let the Unix heritage deter you; instead, let it motivate you.


Saturday, December 28, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

FLY GUY : Take flight in this great seasons greetings.

iPOD BAG : It's time to accessorize your iPod!

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