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Thursday, November 23, 2000


Michael Crichton Is No Dinosaur
by Los Angeles Times
I started out with Macs back in the 1980s and since then I've never met anyone who could persuade me to switch or any particular piece of software that would obligate me to purchase a PC. Macs are dependable systems, but the main reason I stick with the machine is force of habit.

Desktops Are Becoming Studios
by Associated Press
Many PCs, for instance, now include an IEEE 1394, or FireWire, port for digital video transfers at a speedy 400 megabits per second. A wide range of digital video software - from a $99 DV-Editor program by Dazzle, Inc. to Adobe System Inc.'s $549 Premiere and Apple Computer Inc.'s professional-level $999 Final Cut Pro - is also available.


Thursday, November 23, 2000
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Dearest Low End Mac: the first web site is funny. The second is interesting. The nth site? Well...


Microsoft Attorneys: What Holiday Weekend?
by CRN
The long Thanksgiving weekend may prove to be an extra-long one for Microsoft's lawyers, as they gear up to deliver a critical brief to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Monday.

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