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Monday, December 29, 2003

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Executive Of The Year
by Lizette Wilson, San Francisco Business Times
Steve's Jobs: Balancing performance at Pixar, innovation at Apple.


Online Music Finally Starts To Rock 'N' Roll
by Benny Evangelista, San Francisco Chronicle
The success of Apple Computer's iTunes Music Store, which has sold more than 25 million songs, set off a new Internet gold rush of online services that had even mainstream retailers like Wal-Mart joining the stampede.

2004 May See 'Bit Of A Gold Rush' For Digital Tunes
by Byron Acohido, USA Today
With consumers fast getting used to the idea of buying songs online, scores of companies are readying launches of digital music initiatives.


Rob Enderle: Putting The 'Anal' In 'Analyst'
by John Gruber
If the purpose of the rumored iPod expansion is to lower the price, why in the world would Apple switch to a higher-priced storage medium?


Sight For Sore Eyes
by Troy Dreier, PC Magazine
Apple iMacs are always beautifully designed, but the latest, a system with gorgeous 20-inch flat screen, is almost too striking to relegate to a desktop.


Monday, December 29, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

MY NEW YEAR RESOLUTION : Stop worrying and just get on with the flow. Stop complaining too much about total strangers, especially idiots. Start saving for a long vacation and possibly an iBook that I can bring along on that long vacation.

RUMOR TODAY : Apple PDA, the rumor that will not die.

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