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Monday, December 1, 2003


Steve Jobs Tops List Of Forbes' 'The Most-Improved CEOs' List
by MacDailyNews

Apple: Haute Couture Computers
Tokyo was the obvious choice for Apple's first directly operated store outside the US, and Japanese from all over the country and even overseas flocked to see it open on 30 November.

Apple Store Boss: 'Crisis Under Control'
by Macworld UK
"We have fixed the broken parts, and have the capacity to respond."

Business Healthy For Apple's iPod
by Kat Gresey, Columbia Chronicle
Some people are so into the Apple iPod it hurts.


iPod For Photos
by Globe And Mail
Moving with the trend in technology toward convergence, the dockable iPod can now be a voice recorder, photo vault and music player wrapped into one.

Mac.Ars Takes On Holiday Shopping
by Eric Bangeman and Erik Kennedy, Ars Technica
Gifts for the Mac user in your life.


Monday, December 1, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

NEWSREADER : When you read the word newsreader, today you'd think of RSS. Just a few years ago, this is still USENET. Oh my, how time flies. Look, the 00's is almost half gone.

iPOD SECRET SECRET : The latest twist.

FREE LUNCH? : Nope, no such thing. It's out of stock.


Consumers Having Trouble Swallowing The Tablet PC
by Tyler Hamilton, Toronto Star
But its flexibility should make it a winner.

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