Saturday, August 24, 2002
Business Thrust Continues Apple's OS Jag
Much of the buzz over Apple's Mac OS X 10.2 has focused on desktop computers, but the company also has a new server operating system that's been refined for businesses.
AppleScript Studio: A Marvelously Easy Environment
"Just about every day you see a new Cocoa application that has been written in AppleScript Studio."
Is Our Children Learning?
Each year more than $5 billion is spent on computers in the classroom. But it's the tech companies that benefit.
Apple 'Jaguar' Comes Out At Night
Macintosh enthusiasts began lining up Friday for their copy of Jaguar.
Apple To Unleash Jaguar OS Upgrade
Apple plans a contrarian celebration for the anniversary of the Windows 95 launch, unleashing a new operating system aimed at stealing customers away from Microsoft.
US Mac User Spurs Apple Into .Mac Action
A disgruntled UK Mac user has had his faith in Apple restored, thanks to an email he sent to Steve Jobs.
Apple May Cut Original iMac Shipments
Is the market big enough for two models of iMac? Apple may not think so, as a report suggests it may be stopping shipments of 15-inch models in the autumn.
Going To The BIG Store
I think I will have to go and visit the new Apple Store at the Grove more often. It managed to seem like a place made just for me.
Apple's Baby Steps Serve Its Market
OS X is clearly on an integrated path, and based on Jaguar, Apple seems to be doing a good job of making that work.
Hands On With The Quicksilver G4 Speaker Grilles
The Speaker Grille Quicksilver G4 Collection sports a simple well-executed design and is well worth the money for the peace of mind it offers.
Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar
The price is a tough blow if you recently purchased version 10.1, but we still urge you to consider upgrading.
Crazy Apple Rumors Site: I mean what am I supposed to ? I'm supposed to promote companies making software for OS X, not talk them out of it. ó Steve Jobs.
Linux Torvalds: The fact is, technical people are better off not looking at patents. If you don't know what they cover and where they are, you won't be knowingly infringing on them. If somebody sues you, you change the algorithm or you just hire a hit-man to whack the stupid git.