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Wednesday, March 13, 2002

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An Anti-Mac Corporate Conspiracy?
by Charles Haddad, BusinessWeek
A reader suggests that info-tech managers are keeping their companies PC-centric to protect their job secrutiy.


A Recording Studio, For A Song
by Charles F. Moreira, The Star
Digital technology has enabled musicians like local singer, songwriter and musician Amir Yussof to set up complete recording studios in their offices or homes — for virtuall a song (no puns intended).

Virtual PC 5.0.2 Improves Performance
by TidBITS
Chief among the improvements are a wide variety of performance enhancements aimed at addressing complaints about glacial performance under Mac OS X.

Tariff On Blank CDs? Blame Canada
by Michelle Delio, Wired News
Makers of MP3 players would pay $21 in fees for each gigabyte of memory, raising the cost of devices like Apple's iPod by more than $100.

Have Modem, Will Apple
by Glenn Fleishman, 802.11b Networking News
You can modify an Orinoco RG-1000 to use Apple's AirPort software, too.


Simplifying All Those Cords
by Edward C. Baig, USA Today
How did we get stuck in this morass? Call it Darwinism in reverse.


Digital Photo Goodies For Mac OS X
by Derrick Story, O'Reilly Network
Mac OS X is becoming a great digital photography platform.


Wednesday, March 13, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Out Of Town

I'll be out of town over the weekend — this coming Friday till Sunday. No updates from me on these three days...


Share with the world what your iTunes is playing at this very moment.

Paul Hoffman: I'm more likely to put [bookmarks] in a file or in my blog's sidebar.. I guess that comes from switching browsers so frequently throughout the years.


"Ghost" Haunting XP Computers Unmasked
by New Scientist
The built-in voice recognition software is installed and activated by some computer retailers as a default option.

Xbox Awaits Friendlier European Arrival
by David Becker, CNET
Microsoft is expected to begin a comparatively pleasant European holiday this week, after a bruising arrival for the Xbox in Japan last month.

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