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Monday, April 12, 2004

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In The Movie Industry, Even The Writers Use Macs
by Brad Cook, MacCentral
Macs can be found all over Hollywood. Given their relatively low key but fundamentally important position in the industry, screenwriters don't often receive recognition for the Macs sitting on their desks, but you'll find them there too.

The Skinny Apple Of My Crotchety Eye
by Lex van den Berghe, Santa Cruz Sentinel
Thank the gods for Apple Computer.


More Apple Stores On The Way!
by Sean Bonner, Unofficial Apple Weblog
A look at the "Jobs" posting on Apple's site is a good way to see where new stores are being planned.

PowerSchool Announces SIS 2004
by MacNN
The upgrade to the Web-based student information system includes more than 100 new features.


iPod Mini In A Ford Explorer
by Christopher Breen, Macworld
The entire process was time-consuming, but at the same time it was fun and I would do it again in a heartbeat.


Navigating The Worlds Of Transfers, Upgrades
by David L. Hart, Union-Tribune

Don't Lose Your Camera Phone Photos
by Derrick Story, O'Reilly Network
There isn't exactl a smooth workflow established for managing those candids. Here's what I've worked out for my Mac OS X digital hub.


Microsoft Settles With InterTrust
by Peter Galli, eWeek

Microsoft: Not Enough XPerienced PCs
by Ina Fried, CNET
While Microsoft is pleased with robust sales of new PCs that come loaded with Windows XP, the company has been less than satisfied with the rate at which large companies are installing its latest operating system.

Can Microsoft Grow Up?
by Peter Galli, eWeek
After years of serving the enterprise, Microsoft is now hoping to play a new role — as a trusted and responsible partner to the IT industry.

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