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Friday, November 3, 2000

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Mac OS X86?
As Motorola struggles to boost the speed of the PowerPC G4, developers told MacWEEK that Apple could port its next-generation OS to AMD or Intel hardware with relative ease—if it were willing to abandon Classic Mac applications or force them to run in a slow emulation environment.


Bugs At Internet Speed?
by ZDNet
Automatic anti-virus updates are touted as the solution to lightning-fast virus outbreaks. They could also become a recipe for disaster.

Warhol's Mac Art Draws Net Bids
by Wired News
A mysterious online shopper may soon part with at least $10,000 for a pastel-colored print of the famous Apple logo.

Connecting OS X To Unix
In the third part of his series on networking in the Mac OS X Public Beta, MacWEEK contributor John C. Welch looks at Unix connections, some of the easiest—and most convoluted—among the three major operating systems.

Apple Drops Online Exclusives Worldwide
by MacCentral
Dealers in Japan and the UK are now carrying the Key Lime iBook and Pro Mouse as Apple races to cut inventories.

What Time Is It?
by @griculture Online
Trying to set up an event online can be tricky when there are 24 time zones to deal with.


New iBook Special Edition Has It All
by Houston Chronicle
I give the iBook Special Edition two thumbs up — way, way up.


Friday, November 3, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Peeve Of The Day

We recognize that the whole idea of HTML is to allow browsers to have great flexibility in displaying web pages. It is supposed to allow different devices and browsers to render differently due to different limitations and preferences.

So why can't I read MacInTouch on my Visor?


Microsoft Tells How To Remove Software In Scientolog Flap
by Reuters
Microsoft has developed complex instructions to remove part of Windows 2000 that had generated bad publicity in Germany because it was written by a firm headed by a Scientologist, a spokesman said Friday.

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