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Monday, July 22, 2002


Macworld Expo Keynote Served Up To 50,000 Viewers On Apple Hardware
Approximately 50,000 people used QuickTime to view the live webcast of Steve Jobs' Macworld Expo keynote last week, according to an Apple press release.

The Mac User, The Web's Elite
by Marty Beard, Media Life Magazine

Bungie Co-Founder Steps Down

Adobe Teams With CompUSA For InDesign Training

Adobe Updates Video Editing Software
by David Becker, CNET
Adobe on Monday will announce a new version of its Premiere video editing package.

Jaguar Roundup
by Neal Parikh, MacNN

Microsoft Pulls Handheld Sync For Entourage X
by MacNN


Apple And The Angry Consumer
by MacView
Let them know how you feel (good or bad) and support them if you can.

Apple — There's Still Time To Do The Right Thing
by Daniel H. Steinberg, O'Reilly Network
Come on Apple — do the right thing. We can't keep rooting for you as the good guy if you are going to engage in business practices like this.

Faster G4s Coming Some Day
by Dan Knight, Low End Mac
If Apple can clear out the current inventory soon, we may see an August announcement.

Making Jaguar, .Mac More Palatable
by Daniel Jansen, Low End Mac

Apple Immigrants
by Paolo Valdemarin
Apple has been making some good coiches, and Mac OS X is a very good environment, so, maybe it's time to get back home.


Monday, July 22, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

If Apple does want to charge full-price for Mac OS 10.2, Apple must commit to continue to fix any showshopping bugs in 10.1.5 — including any security fixes — on the same timing with 10.2 fixes.


Hollywood, Tech Make Suspicious Pairing
by Dan Gillmor, San Jose Mercury News
Microsoft and its technology-industry allies still have time to show that they're not handing absolute dominion over digital media to the entertainment cartel, that open source software is not a target — and that, in general, [Palladium] is genuinely designed to give computer users greater control, and not a technology designed to control them.

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