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Friday, February 22, 2002

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Microsoft, Apple Alliance At Key Juncture
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
Analysts see strains of the old Macintosh-unfriendly Microsoft outside of the 160 employees in the Mac unit.


PowerSchool Program Opens Lines Of Communication Between Parents, Teachers
by Jane Langman, Echo Press

Apple Computer's Maine Education Contract May Be Scaled Back
by Greg Chang, Bloomberg
The fate will be confirmed when legislature passes the budget on March 31.


Cult Of The Mac - Why Do People Still Love Their Macs?
by Robyn Weisman, NewsFactor
The love and devotion lavished by Mac fans on Apple's computers and OS is a phenomenon that still confounds many of the 95 percent of Windows users.

Apple's Core Quality Shows With New iMac
by Karlin Lillington, Irish Times
The return of Steve Jobs to the helm has boosted Apple's fortunes but it still must convince the business market that its machines are well worth a try.

Why Now Is A Great Time To Take A Macintosh For A Spin
by Gene Steinberg, Gannett News Service
If you need a personal computer, maybe it's time for you to consider a Mac.


Apple iMac: Bold New Look, Software Bundle Woos Converts
by Troy Dreler, PC Magazine
It's an exceptionally well-designed product at a reasonable price.

For A Long Road Trip, The S.U.V. Of Music Players
by Mark Glassman, New York Times
The Riot looks like a beefy Game Boy with a score to settle.


Friday, February 22, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Brent Simmons: You don't need a kitchen-sink approach, since your Web site is part of a huge family, it's part of the entire Web. Allow the rest of the Web to do the things that you don't do.

Jim Heid: The Mac may be a major force in TV production, but for desktop couch potatoes, Windows is where the action is.

Click the lock to login as "sjobs" to makes changes.

An Apple A Day: macXcess. Live it. Breathe it.

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