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Monday, May 24, 2004


Paranoid Android 1.1 Adds Jaguar Support
by MacMinute

Secunia: "Apple Security Update Does Not Secure Users"
by MacMinute
"It is still possible to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable user's system."

Danes Put Mac On Display
by Macworld UK
The University of Aarhus in Denmark is staging a permanent exhibition of Apple products — known as MacLab.

iPod Mod
by Sean Bonner, Unofficial Apple Weblog
This guy decided his friends Gen 1 iPod needed a red screen rather than the greyish stock b/w one...


About The Help Viewer Security Update, And, Also, Why You Do Not Need Paranoid Android
by John Gruber


Fedora Core 2 Also Runs On PPC
by Colin Charles, O'Reilly Network
While getting a giddy installing Fedora Core 2 on a Sunday afternoon I found this little gem... Fedora 2 can run on your Macintosh.

The Finishing Touch
by Patrick Marshall and Michelle Speir, Federal Computer Week
10 low-cost product add-ons that can improve employee productivity.


Microsoft Behind $12 Million Payment To Opera
by Evan Hansen and Paul Festa, CNET
Microsoft agreed to pay Norway's Opera Software $12.75 million to head off a threatened lawsuit over code that made some Web pages on MSN look bad in certain versions of Opera's Web browsers.

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