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Friday, July 4, 2003


Given A Choice, Dell Prefers The Apple Macintosh Too
by Adamson Rust, The Inquirer
Fails to eat own dogfood in PDF shocker.

Less Than Jake Performing At Santa Monica Apple Store
by MacMinute

Apple To Open Walnut Creek, CA Retail Store July 12
by MacMinute

Product Managers: G5 '4.3 Billion Times Better Than G4'
by Simon Jary, Macworld UK


The More Things Change...
by Larry Magid, CBS News
Looking back on 20 years of columns I can't help but be struck by how much has changed and how much has stayed the same.

I Spy With My Little iSight
by Jason Deraleau, O'Reilly Network
The fact that a whole crop of apps have been developed for people who use multiple IM services is a true testament to the confusion of the instant messaging landscape.


Apple's iSight Produces Superior Images
by Craig Crossman, Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service
The new, way-cool little Web camera offers just about everything a user wants to see in a webcam.

The Mac Hardware Report: What About An Apple Wireless Keyboard And Mouse?
by Gene Steinberg, Mac Night Owl

Can't Say Enough About iChat Videoconference
by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle
iSight with iChat AV is the first idiot-proof system for engaging in video and audio chats with your friends and family over a broadband Internet connection.


Friday, July 4, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

EMULATE THIS! : PalmApple is an open source Apple //e emulator for Palm OS.

Anyone saw a Newton emulator for Microsoft's Tablet PC yet? That'd be cool.


THIS MIGHT BE A LITTLE LATE... but, how to photograph fireworks, or have fun on the Fourth of July.


U.S. Dissatisfied With Microsoft Licenses
by Reuters
The U.S. Justice Department told a federal judge on Thursday that Microsoft still hasn't fully complied with a key provision in its landmark antitrust settlement with the government.

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