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Wednesday, August 16, 2000

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Happy Birthday, iMac!
by Low End Mac
The iMac has redefined the industry and redefined Apple as a trendsetter. Just imagine where we'll be two years from now.


Lab Rats
by Forbes
Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door. Build a better mouse—will users do the same?


Be Thankful For Apple Secrecy
by Low End Mac
In a world where marketing is at least as important as the research and development that goes into something (take a peek at any commercial for a Hollywood movie), hype goes a long way. You just can't buy the type of marketing that a good rumor can generate.

Adobe Sues; Macromedia Says "Go Away"
by Think Secret
Floating palettes are nothing new.


Wednesday, August 16, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Bring Up The Wall

iMac? How 90s. It's time for iWall.


Was MS Right About Linux After All?
by ZDNet
"Your honor," Warden would say, sweeping his hand for emphasis. "You see before you the full expanse of a flourishing industry. Forget all that chatter about Linux being the software operating system that could. This is the operating system that will!"

Prosperity Sucks: Mike Dell's Dirty Little Secret
by osOpinion
When Mike Dell's band of city slickers came down here to Nashville, they brought a lot of tall tales and plenty of spin. They didn't bring cash. Instead, they passed the hat and praised the motherboard.

Dell Loves Linux
by PC World
Michael Dell, who has built his successful Dell Computer selling Windows PCs, was full of praise Tuesday for the Linux operating system.

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