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Tuesday, September 26, 2000

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Mac OS X A Hit With First Users
by ZDNet
"I am so enamoured of OS X's stability that I will buy nothing but Carbonized and Cocoa apps from now on. I hope the developers out there read this: OS X is so good I am willing to pay full retail price for a Carbon version of any Classic app in my possession."


Can Apple Hit Another Home Run With OS X?
by Daily Yomiuri
Mac OS X seems to merge the best of everything, including UNIX and the Macintosh look and feel, together with some of the snazziest hardware around. It's nice to have the old Apple back.

Outpost, Apple Sponsor iMovie Contest
Budding filmmakers now have an opportunity to turn their digital movie-making skills into tangible rewards. During the next five weeks, the iMovie Contest, sponsored by Apple Software and online Mac retailer, will recognize the best productions created with Apple's iMovie.


Apple's Censorship Rotten To The Core
by ZDNet
Apple, it appears, is being consumed by its own self-importance.


Tuesday, September 26, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong


Another innovation that Apple can claim as its own: exotic job titles. "After a junior employee put chairman on his second card, Apple put limits on the practice."


I am offended by this article written by Jon Bonner. Before you publish something, please do your homework!

Old News

3 Years Ago - Apple CEO Search Narrows: As Apple Computer sorts through its list of potential candidates for its chief executive slot, a short list has developed, according to a published report today.


Microsoft Fetes Heavy-Duty Version Of Windows 2000
Microsoft is throwing a coming-out party today for its high-end Windows 2000 operating system and e-commerce software.

Toshiba Taps New 800MHz Pentiums
by InfoWorld

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