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Sunday, December 29, 2002


Brauner Phantom C New Team
Legacy Lab, the production suite Levy built for himself in the 1980s, currently houses twelve Macintosh computers, three of which are dedicated ProTools rigs.


Can You Learn To Love Mac OS X?
by Gene Steinberg, Mac Night Owl
It's easy to dwell on the differences, and ignore the similarities.


PowerBook Titanium Breaks Gigahertz Barrier
by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle
While nobody will call a PowerBook inexpensive, the new top-of-the-line model is a much better value than its predecessor.


Sunday, December 29, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

FROM HYPERCARD TO PROJECT BUILDER : "Apple is the only company I know of to ship PC that you can actually program out-of-the-box," observed Jonathan Gennick.

HAVE I REMINDED YOU TODAY THAT YOUR WIRELESS RECEPTION IS NOT VERY GOOD? : For some reason which I never bother to find out, my AirPort reception in my living room is not that good. On Mac OS X, the little AirPort icon on my menu bar tell me discreetly the status of my connection. On Windows XP, a little balloon pops up over my system tray, and the task bar (normally hidden) pops into view, whenever my network connection goes away, and comes back, hence blocking my work, demanding me to click the little [x] icon on the ballon to dismiss it so that I can get back to my work.

You tell me which OS has better usability.

MAC PEOPLE : Lyor Cohen, chief executive of Island Def Jam Music Group, simply is in love with his iPod. "I love it because it accesses so much music so conveniently and so easily."

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