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Thursday, January 1, 2004

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24-Hour Movie People
by Wired
Could you write, cast, shoot, score, and edit an entire movie in a day?


There's Still Time To Turn Your Mac Into A Panther
by Clint Swett, Sacramento Bee
Those who recently bought an Apple computer that wasn't loaded with the latest "Panther" operating system won't necessarily be forced to pay full price to get the most modern version if they order by Jan. 31.


Privacy Glitches, Installation Hitches
by Robert X. Cringely, InfoWorld
From iTunes to Quicken, the fun never ends.

We Really Need To Work On Our Web Site
by Peter Torr
Have a look at the home page for Mac OS X. Now have a look at the home page for Windows XP Home. Which would you rather buy?

Turf Battle: Dock Vs. Menu Bar
by Chris Adamson, O'Reilly Network


For The Ex-Buccaneer, A Pillage-Free Playlist
by John Schwartz, New York Times
We decided to test two services: the iTunes Music Store from Apple Computer, and Rhapsody, from RealNetworks.

The Mouse
by Tim Robertson,
If you simply want to upgrade to a better mouse, and cost is not an issue, there are a ton better mice on the market.

The Best Of Mac Web, 2003
by Bill Palmer

Why Not Buy A Mac?
by Sandy McMurray, Globe And Mail
If your new PC behaves badly the moment you plug it in, I have news for you. It's not going to get better. Take it back. Get a Mac.


Thursday, January 1, 2004
by Heng-Cheong Leong

RUMORS TODAY : Safari 1.2, available early next year, will probably include features such as keyboard navigation, image blocking, and ability to turn off animation.

iBox, on the ohter hand, is the Apple's version of a hard-drive video recorder that can also burn DVDs, display slide shows with your photographs, and buy music from iTunes Music Store.

Final Cut Express 2.0 ships on MWSF.

This is not the new mini iPod.


Longhorn Should Not Be Windows
by Robert scoble
The time has come for a bold new marketing approach. Not "more of the same old same old."

2004 — The Year Microsoft's Price Bend, Buckle Or Break?
by Andrew Orlowski, The Register
Israel has become the first EMEA country to ask Microsoft for Thai discounts.

New Worm Spreads Via MSN Messenger
by Dennis Fisher, eWeek
Anti-virus experts are watching a new worm that spreads through Microsoft Corp.'s MSN Messenger client. The worm is not harmful to infected machines and has infected only a few PCs at this point, according to an analysis by Trend Micro Inc.

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