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Friday, July 12, 2002


Microsoft Updates Outlook Express

Apple Goes Overseas With Retail Store
Apple Computer is taking its retail store effort international next week, with plans to open a store in the Netherlands, according to people briefed there on Apple's efforts.

Video Scratching On M-M-Macs
by Leander Kahney, Wired News
Just as scratching and sampling has forever changed music, video scratching is starting to revolutionize club visuals. A New York trio, Squaresquare, are leading the pack.

SuperCard Aquired By Solutions Etcetera
by MacNN
The acquisition culminates over 18 months of development on the next major iteration of SuperCard.


Laptop Contract Inquiry Poses Wrong Question
by Blethen Maine
To go the next step and kill the program may not cost anything in dollars and cents paid to Apple, but it will exact a heavy price on Maine's children.

Year Of The "Little Guy" At Macworld NYC?
by Derrick Story, O'Reilly Network
What a perfect time for new companies to make their move.


Arcane Arena
by Erica Marceau,
It's a simple game, but that's a good thing.


Friday, July 12, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Evan Williams: The funny thing about this nerd test [is] on the results page: "Sorry, you lost 1 point because you are using a Windows machine."


AMD To Unveil Chip Amid Earnings Woes
by John G. Spooner, CNET
Advanced Micro Devices will have good news for customers next week, but bad news for investors.

Microsoft Office: Not Your Only Option
by Shaun Conlin, Gannett News Service

DOJ Vs Microsoft Makes Me Want To Ralph
by Mike McCune, osOpinion
The government could simply name the criteria that Microsoft must adhere to in order to sell to government agencies. If Microsoft refused to comply, many other vendors would do so.

Rivals Help Improve Dell's Outlook
by Ian Fried, CNET
Dell on Thursday raised its revenue and earnings outlook for the second quarter, saying it continues to gain market share from computer rivals.

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