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Friday, October 20, 2000

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Apple Hardware Exclusive No More
The 500MHz G4 Cube, Key Lime iBook, Pro Mouse and Pro Keyboard, previously sold only through the Apple Store, could be heading to a Mac dealer near you.


Apple's Cube-For-Cash Deal Comes To Britain
by The Register

Eight Bucks For An Apple

Resellers Welcome Apple Moves
Mac resellers said they welcomed the company's new Cube and PowerBook rebates, as well as Apple's decision to allow dealer sales of the 500MHz Cube and Key Lime iBook. But they said it's too early to see an impact on sales.


X Marks The Problem
Still, this is not to say that X is bad, nor that X is slow. It's just that my expectations were wrong. With so much buildup to X — after years of heavenly Copland and Rhapsody dreams being shattered — we came to expect X as the solution to every problem.

What Is The Cube?
by Low End Mac
Sorry, Steve, but no matter how I try to spin it, the Cube certainly looks overpriced.


Beta Mac OS X Has Beauty, Brawn, Bumps
by Los Angeles Times
Beauty and brawn—what more could you want?

Nisus Writer 6
It retains all the goodness of the previous versions and adds cool new stuff. What's not to like?


Friday, October 20, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

As The Apple Turns: Dr Evil has clearly stolen Steve's mojo!


Bush: Innovation, Not Litigation
by Reuters
Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush said Thursday he preferred "innovation over litigation," his strongest comment in months on the Clinton administration's antitrust case against Microsoft Corp.

A Kinder, Humbier Microsoft?
by ZDNet
"Microsoft is no longer feared or awed in the Valley."

Plugging And Praying With WinMe
by ZDNet
Microsoft has a long way to go before it offers an operating system that is easy enough for the everyday computer user to purchase and install effortlessly.

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