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Monday, February 25, 2002

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Friends And Foes
by Pia Sarkar, San Francisco Chronicle
Despite squabbles, Apple and Adobe hae benefited from one another.


Focus On Design
by Erik Rhey, PC Magazine

Microsoft Tunes MSN Music Site
by Margaret Kane, ZDNet
Microsoft has redesigned its MSN Music site, adding a feature that allows certain music files to be downloaded and shared.

Passion For PCs
by Julie Moran Alterio, The Journal News
Though the Web has millions of pages devoted to PCs and bookstores have rows of how-to manuals, people are still joining clubs to meet up with others as enchantged with computers as they are.


Try A Mac? Why It Won't Hurt As Much As You Think
by David Coursey, ZDNet
What does it take to turn a Mac voyeur into a Mac user?

Demystifying The Digital Hub
by Clif C Hirtle, Low End Mac
It is important to consider that the Mac hardware layer makes the Mac not just another TV, VCR, PVR, or "dumb" electronic device.


Pursuing Portable Perfection
by Gillian Shaw, Vancouver Sun
It's better to know exactly what you need before you head to the store.

Adobe Photoshop 7
by Andrew Shalat, OSXFAQ
The watchwords for this newest version are Elegance, Integration, and Workflow.


Monday, February 25, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Rich Lappenbusch, Microsoft: Under no circumstances is any personally identifying information ever transferred to Microsoft as a result of DVD playback in XP.


Microsoft Case Files Open To Media
by Associated Press
"Microsoft fails to offer any explanation as to why provision of the transcripts and video recordings... would be so troublesome and vexatious."

Microsoft Gets Down To Business
by Ben Heskett, CNET
Microsoft is expected to disclose some of its plans for moving into the customer relationship management (CRM) software market.

Microsoft "Ambassador" Calls It Quits
by Joe Wilcox, CNET
Linda Stone is leaving the campany less than two years after assuming the role of introducing the world to a kinder, gentler software titan.

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