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Thursday, October 17, 2002

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Apple's Life Science Efforts On Verge Of Bearing Fruit
by Salvatore Salamone, Bio-IT World
After years of rejection by IT staffs, Apple wins support with the Xserve and Unix-based OS.

Mambo Moves: Step Back Then Forward
by Lia Timson, The Age
A return to the old ways is proving to be the way forward for irreverent Mambo clothing label.

Silencing The 'Megahertz Myth': IBM Plans A New 64-Bit Chip. Will It Snap Mac's Reputation As A Speed Laggard?
by David Zeiler, Baltimore Sun
Sounds terrific, but Apple still has some work to do.


Tune In To The Wireless
by Ben Hammersley, The Guardian
Wires are for losers. This much is clear.

Results Signal More Gloom For Tech Sector
by Andrea Orr, Reuters
It's becoming an autumn of discontent for the long-depressed technology sector.


Succumbling To A Mac Attack
by Renay San Miguel, CNN Headline News
After 10 years as a Windows person, the new Mac operating system does take some adjustment, but not much.


Thursday, October 17, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

SEEING DOUBLE : Gateway's store will be more like Apple's retail store.

AN APPLE A DAY : MacTable, "incredible Macintosh computer furniture".

CAN I DO A REBOOT? : Depressing weeks. Sad stuff. Can I do a reboot and start all over again?

Is there life after death? Is death just a renewal, or the end of time for that particular soul?

What is my Key Performance Indicators? When can I say I am truly contended?

Is religion an answer? Is religion the answer?

There are just some of the questions that popped into my head these few weeks.

Can you tell I am troubled? :-)


Strategy: Microsoft Vs. Microsoft
by Mike Ricciuti, CNET
For all the company's resources and business prowess, a combination of marketing confusion, licensing demands and software compatibility problems may have triggered a backlash among customers, in turn slowing adoption of .Net.

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