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Monday, November 13, 2000

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Aple Embarks On Mac OS X For Intel Project
by The Register
Intellectual exercise or carrot-and-stick for Motorola, this still doesn't mean Apple is actually going to ship MacOS X for Intel.


Macromedia Upgrades Dreamweaver, Fireworks
Responding to the latest versions of Adobe GoLive and Photoshop, Macromedia has taken the wraps off Dreamweaver 4, Fireworks 4 and Dreamweaver UltraDev 4, touting tighter integration and improved coding features in its Web-authoring trio.


Monday, November 13, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Bruce "Tog" Tognazzini: I'm buying less and less software now because I'm tired of getting beaten up during installations and initial runs. The only reason I'm not returning [Photoshop 6] is that I'm trying to get my Mac fully tricked out before January, when the Mac operating system is no more. At that point, I want my machine perfect, so I can go as long as possible before switching over to Windows.


Will Windows 2000 Rescue Microsoft In 2001?
by BusinessWeek
The new operating system's slow start isn't helping the company's stock price. One analyst, however, sees the program gaining rapidly next year.

Gates Unveils Tablet PC
by ZDNet
Microsoft's latest software-to-software message is overshadowed by a two-pound prototype of one of its next-generation form factors.

Gates Defends PC In Comdex Speech
With no major software debuts imminent, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates used his state-of-the-computing-world address Sunday to call for a greater role for desktop PCs.

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