Saturday, April 27, 2002
What You Get When You Buy A Modern Mac
If you've tried to get your Windows PC to behave itself lately, you know that nobody is actually in charge on the Windows side of things. Dell blames Microsoft, Microsoft blames Gateway, and the store where you bought the Windows PC blames you.
An Apple/Microsoft Support Story
Mac OS X is fundamentally a fine operating system, but it does need some improvements, and not just in the fit and finish.
DeBabelizer Pro 5
If you're a Web or game designer who needs to modify and and manage custom palettes and image optimizations, DeBabelizer is the only program you should consider for these chores.
Final Cut Pro 3
Final Cut Pro 3 is a first-rate sequel, and the only choice for day-in and day-out video production.
Latest iMac Design Playful, Inviting And A Joy To Use
This computer is so friendly, stable, easy to use and fun, I think anyone who is in the market should take a serious look at it.
Palm Desktop 4.0
Palm Desktop 4.0 is a real pleasure to use.
After Wait, New Adobe Products Prove Worth
Although Adobe single-handedly delayed millions of Mac OS X upgrades with its procrastination, all is now forgiven.
Grammatica Bilingual Spelling And Grammar Checker
Grammatica is a powerful little program with a lot of features, and plenty of potential, but still some rough edges that need polishing.
Apple's iPod As A 'Digital Wallet'
The iPod is far more than an mp3 player. Ignore the music for a moment and what do we have?
Another Polished Apple
It comes as no surprise that Apple is enjoying brisk sales for its new iMac. The company clearly has a winner on its hands.
Michael D. Eisner, Disney Chairman: I'm addicted to my computer, my Blackberry and my Apple iPod. Interesting...
Dell Gains In Servers At HP's Expense
HP and Compaq have said that their proposed merger will strengthen both outfits, but for now the two seem to be losing ground to Dell in key markets.
Microsoft: Call The Next Witness
Microsoft on Friday released its witness list for the coming week, but it appears to lack the star power seen earlier in the courtroom.
Bill Gates Is Right: Component Architectures Don't Help Consumers
If Microsoft is forced to adhere to penalties proposed by the states, adopting a noncomponent business model would allow the company to ignore most of the restrictions put on it.