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Monday, February 18, 2002


MPEG-4 Goes Against Spirit Of Sharing That Built The Net
by Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe
From now on, everybody pays.


Online Ads And The Mac Web
by Jeff Adkins, Low End Mac
No one has found the magic elixir of life for small independent content-based Web sites yet.

The Breadth Of The Mac Web
by Dan Knight, Low End Mac


Book Fills The Bill For Befuddled Mac Users
by James Coates, Chicago Tribune
The Missing Manual makes up for the scant documentation from Apple.

OS X Server In The Hands Of A Linux Geek
Definitely an improvement over AppleShareIP, but it's no Linux.


Monday, February 18, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

802.11b Home brew Antenna Shootout.

David Zeiler, Baltimore Sun: The flat-screen iMac is a great value.

An Apple A Day: The Pulpit.


New Riddle For Xbox: Will It Play In Japan
by Chris Gaither, New York Times
American company in Japanese soil.

Windows XP Sells With Surreal Ads
by Theresa Howard, USA Today
Consumers didn't really connect with the TV ads.

Survey Says Chinese Companies Prefer Windows
by CW360
Chinese government efforts to promote Linux and open-source software as an alternative to Windows have failed to deter Chinese users from choosing Microsoft software, according to the results of a recent survey.

Just 5 Of 47 Public Comments Released In Microsoft Case Back Deal
by Associated Press
Only five of the 47 public comments on the Microsoft antitrust case released Friday by the Justice Department are in support of the government's settlement with the software firm.

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