Saturday, June 14, 2003
Selling Out: The Pocket Jukebox That's Shaking Up The World's Music Industry
Weighing little more than a tube of toothpaste and fitting easily inside the palm of the hand, an innocuous British-designed gadget is leading a revolution in the music industry.
Apple Re-Issues Security Update For Mac OS X
Security Update 2003-06-09 2.0 apparently fixes a login problem where you had to hit the return key instead of the login button.
School Committee Nams Two To Consolidation Panel
Apple is offering school systems a three year payment plan [for Powerschool], with a very low or token payment the first year. If the school system signs on by June 30, the company will throw in a free $4,000 server.
On this grey and rainy day, this news of a kind of death brings no warmth.
Top Ten Digital Video Tips
Apply one or more of these tips to your movie making, and I guarantee you'll be rewarded with terrific results.
STUPID WEBSITES : Visited Dallas Morning News' web site, who asked me to register first before letting me read. So I did. Except that the stupid registration form allows me to indicate I'm from Singapore (and not U.S.), but insists I enter a 5-digit ZIP code. (In Singapore, it's 6 digit postal code. I'm sure there are other countries that uses alphanumeric postal code.)
Stupid, stupid, stupid.
So what do I do? I faked the data. Now, Dallas Morning News have a visitor from Singapore with a ZIP code of 12345.
Nowadays, it's so darn difficult to be an honest man.