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Friday, February 15, 2002

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Apple Final Cut Pro 3.0
by Erik Holsinger, ZDNet
Final Cut Pro's combination of robust tools makes version 3.0 the most powerful software-based video-editing program on the planet.


Colour PCs Are So Four Years Ago
by Mark Evans, Financial Post
Colour has nearly disappeared from the PC market.

Holocaust Site Open To Broadband Users
by Gwendolyn Mariano, CNET
A Steve Spielberg-backed foundation launched a Web site Thursday designed as a high-speed gateway into its vast catalog of testimonies from Holocaust survivors.


Apple: Forget "Cool" — Think Servers
by Philip Ethan Grossman, CNET

Apple: Don't Flub It Again
by Charles Cooper, ZDNet
The problem is a wishful belief that millions of PC users will switch to the Macintosh simply because it's the better platform for hosting digital media and music.

Market Share? That's So 1980s!
by K. Chang, Low End Mac
Why Apple can't win for winning.


Mac OS X: The Missing Manual
by Charles Moore,
It is a marvel how much useful, well-organized and easy to access information David Pogue has succeeded in packing into this relatively compact volume.

iBook V. Pismo: Ice Over Charcoal
by Remy Davison, Insanely Great Mac
The Pismo still wins in some areas, but its FireWire is last-generation and expansion bay modules are relative expensive.


Friday, February 15, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

New MP3 Player From Apple?

iTunes turns your Newton into a digital jukebox!


Look like Doc is having a really bad week...


All Hail .Net!
by Peter Wright, Salon
Microsoft's new software development tools are more than just nifty — they are a great boon to humanity.

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