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Sunday, January 12, 2003

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Surfin' Safari
by Michael Calore, Webmonkey
Good job, Apple. Now get to work!

Come Together
by Steve Gillmor, InfoWorld
The messages are building one on top of the other — control of our destiny, freedom of choice, the elegant marriage of design and vision.


The X Factor: Apple Rolls Out New Version Of X11 Windowing Environment
by Doc Searls, Linux Journal
Latest move for OS X is intended to bring parity with other UNIXes and deepen its Open Source community involvement.

Enthusiasm Returns To Macworld
by Ellen Lee, Contra Costa Times
Attendees feel more upbeat after calling last year's event 'depressing,' but critics say there's little new to get excited about.

Apple At Work
by J.N. Sbranti, The Modesto Bee
Macintosh vendors are fighting hard against the notion that only personal computers can compete in the business world.

The Science Of Learning
by Michael Seville, The Register-Pajaronian
Technology has changed education, including the daily procedures in the classroom.

MWSF '03 FireWire 800 Roundup
by Sean Yepez, MacNN
Eager to market faster transfer rates and longer range of FireWire 800 technology, solution providers have been quick to adopt the new standard. A few key early adopters of IEEE1394b exhibited their new products at January's Macworld Expo.

The Macworld SF Audio Report: More Goodies For Mac OS X
by Stephanie Jorgl, Apple
Much to the joy of the ever-thirsty Mac audio crowd, nestled among the aisles of San Franciscoís 2003 Macworld Expo were many new arrivals for Mac OS X audio.

More Fun Than A Barrel Of iPods
by Leander Kahney, Wired News
There was a rumor circulating on the show floor at Macworld concerning a well-organized gang of thieves stealing new PowerBooks from Apple's booth.


Yes, The World Needs Another Browser
by Gene Steinberg, Mac Night Owl
Yes, Safari's initial popularity and performance potential shows that the Mac world did indeed need another Web browser. It may not be your cup of tea, but this is one cool program, dude.


In Pro Digital Photography, Megahertz Matters
by Rob Galbraith
What's there to say but the obvious: The fastest dual processor Mac has been soundly thumped by one of the fastest single processor PCs.


Sunday, January 12, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

MEME : Which are the most influential web sites in the Mac universe? Memeufacture has the answer.


Collaboration Cure
by Russell Kay, InfoWorld
The real opportunity behind the Tablet PC involves collaboration and markup.

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