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Saturday, January 31, 2004


TuneRecycler Takes Unwanted Winning iTunes/Pepsi Codes
by Brad Cook, MacCentral
Downhill Battle will use it to take some of the unwanted winning codes from among the 100 million being given away and use them to buy "quality music from honest independent labels," according to group member Holmes Wilson.

Apple Updates Final Cut Express
by MacMinute

Apple Kicks Off "Better Together" Promo With Epson
by MacCentral
"Better Together" is the name of Apple's new promotion with Epson that enables new Mac buyers to get an Epson printer for free.

Will Nemo Find An iPod?
by Paul R. La Monica, CNN/Money
Now that Pixar and Walt Disney have gone their separate ways, does it make sense for Apple to buy Pixar?


The Mac As An Entertainment Server
What does a digital hub really mean?


Law & Order: Dead On The Money
by Danny Gallagher, Inside Mac Games
Unless you're a fan of the show or if you've got Sherlock Holmes or Perry Mason's DNA, it'll probably be more frustrating than entertaining.


Saturday, January 31, 2004
by Heng-Cheong Leong

WE'RE WAITING : "Sounds like someone [in Apple] needs to get an (i)Life," remarked Robert X. Cringely© on Apple's attempt to delete posting on how to hack iLife.


Dutch Judge Blocks Lindows Over Trademark Issue
by David Becker, CNET
Linux seller Lindows has lost the first of several trademark challenges by Microsoft.

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