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Friday, July 26, 2002

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An Apple A Day
by Joan Silverman, MetroWest Daily News
Whatever ails your PC, there's someone else who feels your pain, and is treating it with a Mac.


Malaysian School Does Apple Proud
by Charles F. Moreira, The Star
Sri Cempaka became hte first school in Malaysia, and the first in South Asia, to be named an "Apple Distinguished School" earlier this week for its extensive implementation and use of Macintosh technology in its education curriculum.


Do We Really Need That New PC?
by Patrick Moorhead, ZDNet
Too much of today's technology is sold on the features and not the benefits.

The MWNY 2002 Review
by Jeff Lewis, MacOPINION
One thing Jobs got wrong in his new zeal to ridicule all things Redmond was his snipe about .Net.

Nail On The Head
by Slashdot
Apple achieved in one stroke everything Microsoft is trying to achieve with .Net.


FileMaker Pro 6
by Mark Sealey, Think Secret
If you want simply the best database system on your Mac, buy Filemaker Pro 6 now. Unhesitatingly recommended!


Friday, July 26, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Why Mac Ships With A One-Button Mouse

... So that developers cannot be lazy. If your application requires the use of more than one-button, there will be people who cannot use your application.

But then, what if it's Apple who broke the guideline?

Do Not End Your Sentence With .Mac

Echoing this post in Slashdot... You wouldn't want to use the word .Mac at the end of a sentence.

Bragging Rights

Well... what an interesting angle to, er, well, brag.

Oh, and, by the way, did Radio Userland just killed Salon? I can't access the web site at all right now... :-)

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