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Monday, November 20, 2000

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If You Love Someone, Put An iMac Under The Tree
by Star Tribune
This plucky little computer in the colorful translucent case has sold more than 4 million to date and is going strong. It marked a revolution in industrial design; for the first time, computers were marketed as a decorator item, sparking a rash of copycats in the personal electronics industry. Then there is the legendary Macintosh operating system, with its easy-to-use, intuitive interface.


Apple Cuts More Prices In G4 Tower Rebates
by MacCentral
The price cuts keep coming as Apple has chopped up to US$500 off Power Mac G4 systems in the U.S. and Europe in the company's continuing attempt to turn around expected disappointing first quarter, holiday sales.


A Radical Solution, Part 1


Apple AirPort 1.2
There's little to complain about with the AirPort networking system and plenty to recommend. It's well engineered, and it's easy for novices as well as experts. For home, office, or educational use, you can ditch the wires and feel good about it.


Monday, November 20, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

More OS X web sites are up and running... Mac OS X Hints: Your community-built source for OS X hints and information.

Dearest Buddy...

Apple: Locate the file namd "Setup Info Dispatcher" and drag it to the Trash.

Mac OS Rumors: There are several reports that contradict this explantion and suggest that there may be more to the story...


Can PocketPC Finally Break Palm's Grip?
The problem with PocketPCs is that they are essentially expensive peripherals with several features that you really don't need.

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