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Saturday, August 23, 2003


Apple Website Changes 'Music' To 'iTunes'
by MacNN

Ed Mendez: Shape-Shifting With Shake
by Joe Cellini, Apple
"Among feature film-oriented students, Shake is the compositor of choice."

Apple Comptuer Puts Off Debut Of 64-Bit PC By 1 Month
by Kyodo News
Apple said Friday it will postpone putting what it calls "the world's fastest personal computers" on the Japanese market by one month.


How Important Is The G5 To Apple's Perceived Competitiveness?
by Derrick Story, O'Reilly Network


Using Your Bluetooth Phone As A Remote Control
by Wei-Meng Lee, O'Reilly Network
If you are a critic of Bluetooth who believes that the technology is a solution looking for problems, be sure to give the Salling Clicker a look.

Neverwinter Nights
by Dean Browell, Inside Mac Games
Neverwinter Nights is simply the best game I have played all year, in every category. It's a whole package that shouldn't be missed!

by Tommy Pauly,
Even if you don't enjoy mulling over puzzles late into the night, who can turn down a strum or two on a giant guitar?

Is The Apple iPod The New Furby?
by Ashley Norris, Guardian
We have been playing with a few of the rivals and here's what we found.


Saturday, August 23, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

WHY DO YOU HAVE TO CLICK the Start button to shut down [in Windows], asks Raymond Chen.

Short answer: The same reason you turn the ignition key to shut off your car.

Long answer... here.


Cracks Seen In Microsoft Pricing
by John Lui, CNET
Thailand's program that brings low-cost computers to the poor could have the unintended side effect of ending Microsoft's one-price policy, according to market researcher Gartner.

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