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Sunday, November 9, 2003


Pittsfield School Gets Laptops
by Tony Dobrowolski, Berkshire Eagle
Williams Elementary School recently became the city's first elementary school to purchase a mobile computer laboratory.

Va. Tech Creates Third-Fastest Computer
by Chris Kahn, Associated Press
Apple Computer Vice President Greg Joswiak said the company is getting phone calls from other institutions interested in duplicating Big Mac's success.


What's This Indifference To Apple?
by Al Fasoldt, Syracuse Post-Standard
Experts are raving about the new products. I've been praising them to anyone who will listen. But that's the problem. Apart from the few computer users who already know they have a choice, is anybody else listening?


Switft 3D
by Jef Foxx, MacReview
With very few cons, Swift 3D is definitely a good value. If you have been using Swift 3D already, you wil find the upgrade to version 3 to be a no-brainer, especially if you are using OS X.


Sunday, November 9, 2003
by Heng-Cheong Leong

WASTED OPPORTUNITY? : All these reviews of Panther in the newspaper have the standard Apple-supplied screenshot... should they at least create their own, with Safari opened to their home page?

I LIKE IT! : For reasons that I haven't thought through myself, I really like the new design of this blog, BWG — Adventures of a Big White Guy living in Hong Kong.

RUMOR DU JOUR : Look for Newton II in January, claims John Dvorak.


Microsoft Unwilling To Budge On One-Price Policy
by John Lui, CNET Asia
Plans by Asian governments to adopt open-source software will not affect Microsoft's policy of charging a single price worldwide, says a senior executive.

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