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Wednesday, February 18, 2004


Apple Pays Off $300M In Debt, Becomes Debt Free
by MacNN

Poll: iTunes 'One Of Life's Essentials'
by Karen Haslam, Macworld UK
Asked which Apple iApp they could not live without, over half of Macworld Online readers (57 per cent) named iTunes.

Rendezvous Support For Now Up-To-Date & Contact
by MacNN

Finder Designer Talks Of iFile And Apple Advice
by Dennis Sellers, MacMinute

PowerSchool Releases Student Information System 3.7
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral
The new version adds features including an automated schedule scenario set-up, advanced scheduling features and more.

Macs And Viruses — Are We As Safe As We Think?
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral
Outside of the annoyance of receiving infected e-mails, however, Mac users are immune to such problems. Or are they?

Apple Speaks On iPod Mini Pricing
by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK
"The size and capacity make iPod mini worthwhile."


Ugly Graphics In My Home
by Noded
Apple has been using a really horrible picture of lots of Pepsi bottles to advertise their iTunes give away.

A Proposition For Apple: Port Cocoa To Java
by Fred McCann,

Microsoft Heralds Web Services For Devices
by Paul Krill, InfoWorld
Microsoft is leading a group of vendors proposing a specification intended to extend Web services to devices.


LifeStage Professional 4
by Scott Dewbre, MacDirectory
With its drag-and-drop interface and assortment of customization and scripting tools built in, LiveStage is an excellent product that should be part of any multimedia pro's library.

FileMaker To Oracle Migration With FmPro Migrator On Mac OS X
by David Simpson, O'Reilly Network

Need For Speed: Cracking Open A PowerBook 17
by Ken Mingis, Computerworld


Wednesday, February 18, 2004
by Heng-Cheong Leong

WIN-WIN : How to tell whether your Pepsi bottles contains a free tune before you purchase.

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