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Wednesday, October 9, 2002

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Thinking Beyond The Box At Apple
by Charles Haddad, BusinessWeek
Knowing that ever-faster machines no longer excite buyers, its push to make Macs your "digital hub" makes more sense every day.

Firm Finalizing Deal To Return Macworld To Hub
by Hiawatha Bray, Boston Glob
Mayor Thomas M. Menino and a spokeswoman for show sponsor IDG World Expo both said yesterday that the return of the Apple Macintosh trade show to Boston in July 2004 is virtually a done deal.


America Online Updates AOL For Mac OS X
by MacMinute


Switchers Mean Apple Must Work Harder
by Stephen Van Esch, Low End Mac
As more people switch over to the Mac, Apple will have to be more diligent and responsive to consumer needs.

Calendar Blogging - Clogging
by Matthew Langham, O'Reilly Network
It will happen. Must rush — I have a calender to author.

Looking Back At Java From Mac OS X Conference
by Steve Anglin, O'Reilly Network


NetNewsWire Lite
It's a versatile application that has everything you need when it comes to RSS feeds.

'Stanley's Sticker House' Builds Cute Kid Stories
by Noah Matthews, Knight Ridder
"Stanley's Sticker House" is a wonderfully creative CD for Windows and Macintosh computers that gently guides the budding Hemingway in your household into the art of storytelling.

Googling Your Email
by Jon Udell, O'Reilly Network
What would it be like to Google your email?


Wednesday, October 9, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

RANDOM THOUGHTS : Those idiots at Outlook Express for Windows think that when I am reading an e-mail and I press Ctrl-F, rather than to find a text in the mail, I really mean to forward the mail.

Clive Grinyer: Apple showed that the rules of injection moulding had to be thrown away to create something so utterly gorgeous that it gave Apple a real edge.


Adobe Digests Microsoft Move
by David Becker, CNET
Investors and analysts were divided Wednesday over how Microsoft's new XDocs electronic-forms software would affect Adobe Systems, which has identified online forms as a significant new business direction.

AMD Still Playing Catch-Up With Intel
by Jo Ticehurst,
AMD's latest mobile chip launch shows the chipmaker is trying to keeping pace with archrival Intel — but the company needs to explain its mobile roadmap, according to industry analysts.

Why Microsoft Caved In On Copy Protection
by David Coursey, ZDNet
Instead of protecting TV programming whether it needs protection or not, MS's decision lets copyright owners make that decision.

Microsoft To Add New Web Product To Office Suite
by Reuters
Microsoft will introduce a new addition to its Office suite of productivity programs by adding an XML document authoring tool, the world's largest software company said on Wednesday.

by ArabNews
This is surely a scandal on the part of one of the worldís wealthiest companies.

Dell Plan Angers HP Chief
by Associated Press
While Dell's announcement doesn't leave HP "shaking in our boots," Fiorina said financial analysts have given the Austin, Texas, computer maker a too-easy ride.

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