Sunday, November 24, 2002
How The Leopard Got His Spots
Apple's point-two version of OS X has more than 100 improvements, and many of them translate into more joy for the audio practitioner.
New Store At Plaza Aims To Up Visibility
The spiffy new Apple store on the lower level of the Plaza at King of Prussia is loaded with Macintosh computers and accessories to tempt the wallets of holiday shoppers.
Apple And The Priate Everyman
Apple is one hundred percent ahead of the game here — so far ahead, in fact — that it's completely unable to say it loud and clear.
Dear Santa Macintosh
The size and weight of the iBook are fine with me, but I want less.
Apple's Expansive iMac
My first thought was that it would make a great all-purpose computer/entertainment center for a college student in a dorm room. On second thought, almost anyone would be thrilled to own this remarkable machine.
Controlling iTunes With Perl
Once I have a back end, I can create almost any interface to iTunes that I like, and I do.
The eMac is a good little computer overall. Is it enough to make a lifelong Windows user replace his PC? No, but it will have me cursing my own Windows box more often.
FUN IN THE PLANE : No matter how far you fly, you will still never hear the same song twice. That's the beauty of the iPod, as described by Rick Kronberg.
HU IS THE LEADER OF CHINA. Who?
The software giant has emerged from its antitrust quagmire, and it has a new product to pitch. Might its reversal of fortune have something to do with Steve Ballmer's re-engineered personality?