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Saturday, May 29, 2004

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Xserve Raid, Xsan Show Apple's Storage Furture
by Henry Batazar, eWeek
The storage products under development at Apple will be solid choices for media production houses and other Apple strongholds within the year.


Macy's Advertising: How One Department Fills 141 Department Stores
by David Levy, Apple
20040529macy "Through all my years here, whenever Apple's offered us a new tool, we know it's going to boost productivity, to be truly useful. There's no smoke and mirrors with Apple. They grasp what we do, adn we trust them as a partner."

The Way The Music Died
by PBS
"I think Apple is the smartest company in the country, and tehy are doing something brilliant."

Apple Safari Browser Shows Increases In Global Usage Share
by MacDailyNews

Merrill Lynch Financial Analysis - May 2004
by ifoAppleStore
Apple could eventually open more than 100 stores, including a store in China, according to senior vice-president for retail Ron Johnson.

Apple Leads In Visits To Computer Hardware Sites
by Internet Retailer

Apple Offers $300 Rebate On Director, DVD Studio Pro
by MacCentral

Update On The $50 Microsoft iPod: Denver Post Bungles Story
by Peter Rojas, Engadget
Microsoft didn't say that they'll have a $50 iPod clone, just that there will be "little ones that cost 50 bucks and you can go running with."

Mac OS 10.3.4 Update Has Bluetooth Caller ID
by Jason D. O'Grady, O'Grady's PowerPage

Mac Design Conference Kicks Off Next Week
by Jim Darlymple, MacCentral
Mac Design Conference next week in Chicago will feature some of the most well known names in the graphics industry, who will be teaching attendees during the in-depth three day conference sessions.

Mac Users Report Trying Times With Latest Update
by David Morgenstern, eWeek
Reports of installation problems continued to surface online following Apple's Wednesday release of the Mac OS X 10.3.4 update.

Computer Purchases Require Research, Scrutiny
"The lesson here is that once you buy, test all features on your computer as soon as you set it up. That way, you'll still be in the return window.


Area Man's New Computer Monitor Prompts Apology
by Jason Kottke
I went out and splurged on a 20" Apple Cinema Display. What an amazing monitor.

Open Letter To Apple: Ogg For Us
by Gizmodo

Media Center Vs. Grandma's Telly
by Francois Joseph de Kermadec, O'Reilly Network
I am sure digital convergency and media centers do have a bright future in a way. However, right now, the devices we are asked to admire by most PC manufacturers do not look very attractive or even useful to me.


Inside Contextual Menu Items, Part 1
by Steven Disbrow, O'Reilly Network

iPod Mini Straddles Form-Function Divide
by George Emerson, Globe And Mail
In every respect, the original iPod is better designed in terms of how it looks and how much easier it is to use than competing units from Dell and RCA and their ilk. The iPod mini only raises the bar.

eMac Offers Performance, Value
by Chris Oaten, The Advertiser
The eMac makes an excellent choice for anyone looking for a sub-$2000 family computer.

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