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Tuesday, March 19, 2002


King Taps Private Sector For Maine's Laptop Plan
by Alexander Soule, Mass High Tech
The credit-card company MBNA became the second organization to donate $1 million to the $15 million war chest King hopes to amass to save the plan.

Reader: No iMac Shortage At Tampa Store
by MacNN

Homegrown Mac Whizkid
by Charles F. Moreira, The Star
Way back in 1996, Teng Chou Ming had no idea that he would be making a mark in the Mac world.


Take The Mac Challenge
by Steve Watkins, Low End Mac


Outliners For OS X
by Rob McNair-Huff, Mac Net Journal


Tuesday, March 19, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

David Coursey: If Bill Gates loved the Mac as much as he says, he'd do more to make sure it exists merely as a second-class citizen in the Microsoft worldview, rather than the third- or fourth-class place it occupies today.

The effects of cannabis on a web-based lifestyle.


HP Declares Merger Will Be Approved
by Ian Fried, CNET
HP declared victory Tuesday in its hotly contested battle to merge with Compaq.

States Tel Judge Microsoft Is Still A Bully
by Reuters
Microsoft is still using its monopoly power to bully potential competitors like RealNetworks and the Linux OS.

Microsoft Hearing: Sun On A Hot Seat
by Associated Press
Sun saw Microsoft's decision to stop supporting Java as an opportunity to highlight Microsoft's "hostile business practices."

PlayStation 2 Gets Kicked Out Of CeBit
by Steve Homer, ZDNet UK
Less than a week after Steve Ballmer told visitors to CeBIT that he wanted to see a warmer, friendlier Microsoft, his company has become embroiled in a row with Sony.

Does Microsoft Make The Grade? Well, Let's See...
by David Coursey, ZDNet
If you were grading Microsoft, what score would you give it?

Microsoft 'killed Dell Linux' - States
by Andrew Orlowski, The Register
Carry On Kempin

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