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Sunday, January 11, 2004

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iPod's Creation Spawned Businesses
by Ellen Lee, Contra Costa Times
The momentum behind the iPod has spawned a new and already competitive market devoted to the iconic device.

Companies Flock To Identify With iPod Enthusiasts
by May Wong, Associated Press
From snowboarding companies to soda conglomerates, marketing-savvy multinationals that worship at the altar of hip are fixated on wooing the iPod generation.


Audiobooks Open A New Chapter In Internet Downloading
by Michael Booth, Denver Post

Loyal Mac Users Get An iLife
by Ellen Lee, Contra Costa Times
[Apple] signaled that its take on the digital life is about creating and enhancing it, not just enjoying and absorbing it.

John Mayer And Steve Jobs Live From Macworld Expo
by MacMinute

The Man With All The Best Tunes
by Ian Watson, Scotsman
Last week, the ever inventive Jobs may have ignited another revolution.

We Happy Few, We Band Of Brothers
by John Naughton, The Observer
[Jobs] is betting the company on making it easy for users to create, manipulate and publish digital content. Why is this interesting?


HP's Surprising Partnership With Apple
by Apple Matters
The HP/Apple alliance confirms that the iPod is miles ahead of the competition, not just in terms of hardware but interms of strategy.


Sunday, January 11, 2004
by Heng-Cheong Leong

ANOTHER ADDITIONAL TO THE LIST OF POD PEOPLE : Michael Powell, chairman, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has fallen in love with his iPod.

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