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Thursday, May 13, 2004

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'Trojan Is Not A Virus' — Apple
by Karen Haslam, Macworld UK
Apple suggested that the Trojan is not a significant threat as it does not propagate itself.

Mac Under Fake Word 2004 Attack
by Karen Haslam, Macworld UK
The file is cunningly disguised as a Word 2004 for Mac demo.


E3: Apple Gets Its Game On, Myst IV Revealed
by Peter Cohen, MacCentral

IT 'Marks Education Watershed'
by Macworld UK
New mass-market entertainment offerings and innovative computer applications, such as Apple's iMovie continue to change the way kids are taught, and also the way today's children are.

Apple's iTunes Wins Two Webby Awards
by MacNN
Apple's iTunes won in the "Commerce" and "Music" categories, but lost in the "Services" category to Google.

Doing It With Styles
by Rick Schaut
A more thorough description of how styles in Microsoft Word work.

Mono Adds OS X Package
by O'Reilly Network

Wireless FireWire Devices Coming
by MacMinute
The 1394 Trade Association this week approved a new specification that enables companies to evelop wireless FireWire products.

The Claws Of The Jungle
by Garry Barker, Sydney Morning Herald
OS X is stil with the big cats, and soon we will have a Tiger pouring power into our Macs.

Ear Foam Covers Foment iMystery
by Eric Benderoff, Chicago Tribune
Why do those foam covers that protect the ear buds on headphones always fall off? More puzzling, where do they go?


Indie iMixes
by Michael Brewer, O'Reilly Network
Apple has provided an excellent way to facilitate finding of good independent music.

Mac Fan, Yech
by David Pogue, O'Reilly Network
"I cannot stand it when you call Mac users 'Mac fans.' This is such a stupid term."

How Apple Is Killing The Mac Myths One By One
by Bill Palmer

The Reasons I Prefer To Teach On A Mac
by John Nichols, Mac Using Educators


Cute Bento
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Do you want your lunch to stare back at you?

Invasion Of The American Spelling
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Oh gosh, I just realised that I have no idea which is of the spelling of "center/centre" is American, and which is British.


Microsoft Lays Out Server Road Map
by Mike Ricciuti and Ina Fried, CNET
Microsoft on Wednesday laid out its server road map, outlining a series of releases including Longhorn Server, the next major OS edition, targeted to arrive in 2007.

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