Thursday, July 4, 2002
Press Passes Pulled At Macworld
A spokeswoman for IDG strenuously denied that Apple had anything to do with blackballing certain outlets or choosing which ones got to cover the show.
Apple Lays Off Nearly 7 Percent At Laguna Plant
Company officials refused to say how many employees were laid off nor what jobs they performed at the plant in south Sacramento County. Apple's employee base fluctuates from between 1,500 and 2,000 workers depending on demand for its products.
Musos Mull Post-Emagic Sequencer Options
Barely a hint of platform chauvinism. Clearly musicians have the ability to empathize with fellow humans. Because they're using computers as a tool, not an end in itself, I wonder?
OS X - I'm Not Feeling The Love
I miss Linux. I miss the action in the Linux world.
Clash Of The Installer Philosophies
Apple, by finally achieving the "impossible" and creating a user-friendly Unix, finds themselves trying to serve two masters.
Photo Sites Make It Easy To Share Memories
With most of these, you can transfer your images to a free online photo album, e-mail a link to friends so they can see the pictures on the Web, order prints, or better yet, let folks order their own.
Microsoft Books LinuxWorld Stand In Bid For 'Dialogue'
Microsoft is to exhibit at LinuxWorld Expo this August, and it appears that the company wants to be nice.