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Saturday, July 13, 2002

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Macintosh Vs. Personal Computer
by Dana Geenlee, Tacoma Daily Index
"The secret of the Macintosh success is it has the absolute largest unpaid sales force in the world."


At The Desk Of... Bradley Whitford
by David Whitford, Business 2.0
The one piece of technology that has made me feel optimistic is my Apple PowerBook G4 laptop. I think there's paradise and peace in this machine.

Catchall 802.11 Label Could Confuse End Users
by Junko Yoshida, EE Times
A move to brand IEEE 802.11 products of all stripes as "Wi-Fi Certified" is making some wireless-LAN vendors nervous.


Mac Web Sites: Can You Believe What You Read?
by Gene Steinberg, Mac Night Owl
The "new journalism" is quite unlike traditional news, where reporters and commentators are expected to have some degree of training and, one hopes, some respect for accurate reporting and even eidtors to review the material before it's published.


Bluetooth Is Still Too Temperamental For The Beginner
by Jim Krane, Associated Press
Get rid of the power cord, the printer cable and the modem line, and your computer just got more valuable.


Saturday, July 13, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Wes Felter: If [Halo] was developed on the Mac, why do they have to hire someone to do the port?

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