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Sunday, February 10, 2002

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Apple QuickTime Content-Type Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
by SecurityFocus
This vulnerability was reported for Japanese versions of Apple QuickTime Player, running on Japanese versions of the Microsoft Operating System.

Educators Cheer King Laptop Idea
by Amy Calder, Blethen Maine Newspapers
Before King even reached the stage to speak, he garnered loud applause and a standing ovation from educators.


Design Currents
by Steven Litt, Plain Dealer
"Mood River," as the show is called, overflows with optimism.


Reader: Apple Phasing Out "Think Different"?
by MacNN


CD-ROMs For The Rocker In All Of Us
by Gene Emery, Reuters
Let me give you a perfect example of why the world needs a CD-ROM like "Guitar Method Volume 1" from eMedia.

A Mac Can Be Made To Do Windows
by Gannett News Service
Virtual PC isn't a new program, but version 5 adds so many new features it might as well be.

Asiva Photo 1.0
by Bruce Fraser, Macworld
New image editor is innovative but slow.

No Bad Apples In New Bunch
by Glenn Fleishman, Seattle Times


Sunday, February 10, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong


Looks like trouble with Apple's QuickTime Player for Windows (Japanese) 5.0.1, with buffer overflow vulnerability.

Daniel Berlinger: Over the last two days I discovered a huge scary limitation in OS X TCP/IP support.


Dan Gillmor: You are risking more than you think if you buy into Microsoft's vision of the future. What I don't understand is why more people don't grasp this.

Matthew Haughey: It seems in the average hour of sports-related coverage, there are only about 20 minutes of actual athletic event content.


Microsoft Looking For Big Catch With Its .NET
by James Coates, Chicago Tribune

Microsoft's Top Officials May Testify To Help Fight Sanctions
by Steve Lohr, New York Times
To make its case against severe sanctions, Microsoft, shifting its previous strategy, has named both Bill gates and Steve Ballmer as witnesses.

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