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Saturday, November 1, 2003

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Apple Will Fix Security Flaws In Jaguar
by Jim Dalrymple, MacCentral
"Apple's policy is to quickly address significantly vulnerabilities in past releases of Mac OS X whenever feasible. he shipment of Panther does not change this policy."


From Keynotes To Congregation: The Real Mac OS X Conference
by Derrick Story and Daniel H. Steinberg, O'Reilly Network
As a conference attendee, you never really know what to expect when you attend something as new as the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference. This was only the second year for this fledging event, designed for serious OS X geeks.

Gregg Zinn: A Digital Da Vinci
by Bija Gutoff, Apple
"You could do this using a workstation with software that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars. I was able to achieve very similar results with Final Cut Pro."


FireWire 800 Drives With Oxford 922: Apple Statement; LaCie, WiebeTech, OWC Updates; Oxford Statement; Taking Precautions
by MacFixIt

The Encyclopedia Britannica Ultimate Reference Suite 2004
by Charles W. Moore, Applelinks
The big advantage of a resource like this is that you have an incredible amount of information at you fingertips. You'll enjoy it more if you have a faster Mac, but it's pretty impressive on any machine.


Saturday, November 1, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

MY IMPRESSION : Seeing that I will not be installing Panther until quite a while — partly due to the FireWire issue, even though I only have an old Maxtor FireWire 400 drive, and partly due to my lack of free time — I went ahead and insalled 10.2.8.

You know what, it does really feel faster and more responsive. Which means that I really can't wait for Panther.


Longhorn Backs Thick Client Model
by Eric Knorr, InfoWorld
Call it the revenge of the Windows client — or the revelation of Microsoft's three new technology pillars.

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