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Friday, October 18, 2002


Apple Says It Won't Join Macworld In Boston
by Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe
To city officials who were crowing at yesterday's press conference about Boston's victory over New York, the Apple news came as a shock.

Sour Apple
by Cynthia L. Webb, Washington Post
"I'd say this is a case of Apple playing hardball with IDC. Apple will have a tradeshow on the east coast in 2004."


Straight Talk About The Education Market
by Steve Wood
Apple, particularly Apple Education, is in a death spiral.


Filemaker Pro 6: Database Software Enhances Ease Of Use And Adds XML Support — Without Rocking The Boat
by Scott Love, Macworld
While we may wonder whether version 6 can justifiably be called a major release, the new features it contains are quite helpful, and FileMaker remains the easiest database to use or develop for on any platform.

OS X Makes 9 A Distant Memory In Mac Realm
by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle
OS X saves me at least three or four hours a week.


Friday, October 18, 2002
by Heng-Cheong Leong

DEVELOP FOR THE MAC: Duncan Wilcox tells us why it is still worthywhile to write applications for the Macintosh.

"I'd bet that the percentage of Mac users willing to compensate you for a brillant, slick application is much higher than their Windows counterpart."

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