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Saturday, June 5, 2004

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Broken Windows
by John Gruber
Here's a billion-dollar question: Why are Windows users besieged by security exploits, but Mac users are not?


Apple's And Microsoft's Digital Music Ploys
by Blane Warrene, MacNewsWorld
"This new iPod-iTunes division of Apple has to be self-sufficient and needs adopters on Windows to grow."

Apple To Open Austin, TX Store On June 12
by MacMinute

Margaret Anne Schedel: Creating Ferociously Interactive Multimedia
by Bija Gutoff, Apple
20040605schedel From the outset, the Mac platform was central to Schedel's ambitious undertaking.

Master Of Design: Jonathan Ive
by Fast Company
"It's all about removing the unncessary."


Do Web Standards Have A Future?
by John Allsopp, Sydney Morning Herald
Mac users look to Apple first. They upgrade more, there is still something of the enthusiast in them. And coupled with that, Safari is more than a little better. It is markedly better.

iBook Program In Henrico County Shows (Again) That It's Working
by Dennis Sellers, Macsimum


Worthy Rivals Take On Quirky Safari Browser
by Glenn Fleishman, Seattle Times
Mac OS X browsers have matured to the point that you might have no reason to switch from Safari. But if you're looking for a specific reason to change, you can't go wrong with any of these four.

Squeeze Me In
by Simon Tsang, The Age
If you're already a Mac user, or you don't mind what operating system you use, there's no contest. The iMac is the one to beat with its cool design. It's dxpensive though, so the eMac makes a great alternative for less cash.

Virtual PC 6.1 For Mac
by Neale Monks,
Virtual PC is a robust and effective program that very largely delivers on what it promises.

Inside Contextual Menu Items, Part 2
by Steven Disbrow, O'Reilly Network

BYOB: Build Your Own Browser, Part 3
by Andrew Anderson, O'Reilly Network


Rumor Today: New iMacs And Power Macs Coming Soon
by Heng-Cheong Leong

AppleInsider: Apple has told several resellers not to expect any further shipments of its iMac G4, and has delayed new Power Mac G5 orders from some resellers by several weeks.

Celebrating Ten Years Of BeOS
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Eugenia Loli-Queru: PalmSource ain't gonna make a birthday party for BeOS but it would only be fair if the rest of us, [ex-]users, remember the "media OS" as the innovative operating system of the late '90s, still used by some.

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