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Saturday, July 19, 2003


3 Years Ago: The Cube: Apple's NeXT Mistake?
by Michelle Delio, Wired News
Jobs "sure was inordinately fond of that Cube design."

New Mantra For PC Makers; Diversify
by Ina Fried, CNET
Although consumer PC demand led to better-than-expected sales growth in the second quarter, manufacturers that focused only on the consumer market were not the ones that benefited.


Welcome To Swaine Manor
by Michael Swaine, O'Reilly Network

And The Walls Come Tumbling Down...
by MacNETv2
The Mac Web is a great collection of very cool sites providing plenty of content to satisfy our daily "fix" of Apple news, reviews, and opinions. If we lost them it would be a tragic loss indeed.

Is "Mac Journalism" An Oxymoron After All?
by Chuck la Tournous, RandomMaccess


Version Control On Mac OS X, Part 1
by Kevin O'Malley, O'Reilly Network
Version control is a simple and effective process that will support any development effort — from single-person to large projects.


Saturday, July 19, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

AN APPLE A DAY : Shrook, yet another RSS reader.


New Windows Flaw Raises Fresh Doubts About Microsoft Security
by Jaikumar Vijayan, Computerworld
Users this week reacted with a mixture of concern and resignation to the discovery of a critical flaw in almost all versions of Microsoft's Windows software, including the Windows Server 2003 operating system.

Please Just Call Me Dell
by John G. Spooner, CNET
Dell shareholders on Friday voted to accept a motion by its board of directors to change the company's name to Dell Inc. from Dell Computer.

Judge OKs $1.1 Billion Microsoft Deal
by Declan McCullagh, CNET
A California judge on Friday gave preliminary approval to a landmark settlement under which Microsoft will pay $1.1 billion to settle a class-action suit that claimed it overcharged consumers for Windows.

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