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Saturday, April 26, 2003


Macs Making Music: On The Road With Steve Wood
by David Ellefson, MacCentral

2nd Apple Store Will Open At University Village
by Glenn Fleishman, Seattle Times
It's officially a two-fer: Apple Computer is not only opening its Bellevue Square Apple Store on May 10, but it's also starting construction soon on another in the University Village mall.

Apple To Answer Rumors With Facts
by Rex Crum, CBS MarketWatch
For a company that treasures secrecy as much as it does innovation, Apple Computer, by its standards, practically ran its mouth off about what it might unveil at a conference in San Francisco on Monday.

Mac OS X Tweak On Tap
by Nick Clarelli and Matthew Rothenberg, eWeek
According to the seed's release notes. 10.2.6 will improve graphics and OpenGL, as well as OS X's Address Book application.

Apple Music Service Trumpets Ease Of Use
by Billboard
Label sources tell Bulletin that the service is an a la carte download store — not unlike that of rival Liquid Audio — that is built into Apple's iTunes player. No subscription is required for the service, and tracks are expected to retail for an average of 99 cents.


Freeware Gems For Mac OS X
by Giles Turnbull, O'Reilly Network
We're talking about neat little apps that you might not have heard of, but that can do the job of something much better-known (and much more expensive) without you having to pay a penny for them.

ATI Radeon 9000 Pro
by Lucian Fong, Inside Mac Games
ATI has delivered another solid product in the Radeon 9000 Pro. While it is aimed toward a specific market segment, it is still a very capable gaming card for the price.


Saturday, April 26, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

DEAR SENEATOR, "does oral sex between a husband and wife, when they're both consenting... does that constitute sodomy?"

Scarlet Pimpernel urges you to call Senator Rick Santorum for advice on appropriate sexual behavior.


Not All Microsoft Apps Run On Window Server 2003
by Gregg Keizer, TechWeb
Amidst the ballyhoo over Windows Server 2003, the new server operating system software that Microsoft launched Thursday, something was forgotten: Many of the company's own applications won't run on Windows Server 2003 without updating. Some never will.

Windows Guru—Hackers To Hire
by ZDNet UK
Responsible for the overall engineering and management of the Windows kernel, Rob Short talked about what makes Server 2003 different from previous Windows products, where Unix and Linux still have the advantage, hackers, application compatibility, performance and security.

Microsoft Offers Windows Security Guide
by Robert Lemos, CNET
Microsoft released on Friday a tutorial and templates to help system administrators lock down the security of computers running the company's newest operating system, Windows Server 2003.

New Windows Stirs Up Server World
by Stephen Shankland, CNET
Microsoft's new Windows Server 2003 is opening up opportunities in the server landscape, particularly in the high-end area once dominated by Unix machines.

Red Hat Warms To Itanium-Booster Plan
by Stephen Shankland, CNET
Leading Linux seller Red Hat is looking fondly at an Intel technology that improves the ability of the chipmaker's Itanium processor to run older software written for Xeon or Pentium chips.

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