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Wednesday, June 21, 2000

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The Readers Speak: The Dock
Of all the new features in Apple's next-generation OS, few have caused as much uproar as the Dock, an area along the bottom of the screen that holds frequently used folders, applications, documents, storage devices, minimized windows and URLs.

CodeWarrior For Mac OS X
When will we see details about new Carbon applications? Part of the answer depends not on Apple, but on CodeWarrior developer Metrowerks.


Bungie's Tarnished Halo
by Macworld
Another company sells its soul to Microsoft. Get over it.


by MacNN
The once labeled "non-upgradeable" first-generation iMac has received its second upgrade offering, this time from PowerLogix.

Solar Powerbooks
by MacOS Daily
For now the most practical solution for an alternate energy source when you're away from the grid is solar power.


Wednesday, June 21, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Real Quick

Get a QuickTime movie streamed out from a Real server: Perfect Storm. (Thanks, The iMac NewsPage.)

Legal Waters

Jason Levine: 1) There's absolutely no law that would allow the portion of the lawsuit filed against Microsoft by the states to be appealed directly to the Supreme Court. 2) The ability to appeal any lower court ruling is called due process of law, and is a fundamental property of our legal system.


Can Intel Ever Fail?
by PC Magazine
Exactly what kind of scenario can knock Intel — or any large company for that matter — off track?

MS, Sun And Linux Sell Power Users
by ZDNet
Operating system vendors are out to impress high-powered financial services firms with their top-of-the-line offerings.

Compaq Unveils Colorful New Consumer PCs
Compaq Computer today launched a new consumer PC strategy as it jockeys to recapture the retail sales crown.

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