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Monday, January 26, 2004

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OK, Mac, Make A Wish
by Steven Levy, Newsweek
Apple's 'computer for the rest of us' is, insanely, 20.


Apple Opening Windows To Change
by Bob Keefe, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
20 years after rolling out Mac, rebel firm moves toward mainstream.

Scott Barrows: Biomedical Visualization
by Barbara Gibson, Apple
"Our profession is overwhelmingly Macintosh. It's just so much easier to use. It's more dependable. It's more intuitive. It's faster and it's just more elegant."

Jim Swaffield: Creating A DVD For Wyclef Jean
by Bija Gutoff, Apple
"This DVD is a comprehensive demonstration of Apple's pro capabilities and workflow from start to finish."

Apple Releases January Security Update
by Jim Dalrymple, MacCentral

Apple Is TV And Film Computer Product Placement Of Choice
by Bob Keefe, Cox News Service
It seems like you can't turn on the television without seeing an Apple computer.

FWB Source Code Available For Sale On eBay
by MacNN

Apple At 20
by Annie Alleman, Suburban Chicago
A fan club... for computers?

iPod 'Threatens Marriages'
by Macworld UK
The iPod is being blamed for causing rifts in relationships with a new breed of "iPod Widows" emerging.

Apple To Open New Florida Store In The Adventura Mall
by MacNN
The store is located in the Aventura Mall on the second floor across from the food court.

GarageBand Lures 'Em At NAMM
by MacMinute
One of the hottest items at last weekend's NAMM conference (National Association of Music Merchants) in Anaheim, California, was GarageBand, the newest addition to Apple's iLife suite of tools.

Hundreds Line Up For Tucson Apple Store Opening
by MacMinute
The first person got in line at midnight, said Christina Sanchez, the store's manager.


The Revolution At 20; Save The Trip Down Memory Lane, Apple — Keep Looking Ahead
by Chuck La Tournous, RandomMaccess

Microsoft's Attention Defecit Disorder & The Music Industry
by Alan Graham, O'Reilly Network
With the iTunes music store I have variety, I have simplicity, I have speed, and I have a player that ties it all together. I don't care about the other 40 or 100 or 500 music players out there.

Apple Of My Eye
by Richard Dawkins, The Guardian
The appearance of the Mac 20 years ago wasn't an evolutionary advance, it was a macro-mutational leap.

Mac At 20 — Bringing It All Back Home
by Matthew Rothenberg, PC Magazine
Apple watchers of all stripes have good reason to celebrate the Mac's anniversary — and applaud Apple's focus on its core values.

Apple's Overlooked Upside
by Alex Salkever, BusinessWeek
All told, though, the Street might be missing the forest for the trees in Apple's latest numbers, and lots of green could shake loose if Jobs & Co. realize even a little bit of the upside that investors seem to have overlooked in the earnings report.


Apple iPod Mini
by Kenny Hemphill, MacUser
Try as we might, we just can't see the appeal of the iPod mini.


Monday, January 26, 2004
by Heng-Cheong Leong

THE PEOPLE AND THE TIME : presents anecdotes about the development of Apple's original Macintoshc omputer, and the people who created it.

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