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Sunday, June 6, 2004

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Salary Is A Silver Of Jobs' Cut At Apple
by Kathy M. Kirstof, Los Angeles Times
The company's grant of 5 million restricted shares of stock makes the CEO one of the best-paid in the state.


Apple Eyeing Third Retail Store In Washington State?
by MacNN
The store may oen in the Westfield Shoppingtown Southcenter, which is ranked among the top four malls in the Seattle area in terms of shopping experience.


OGG Vorbis On iPod: A Rebuttal
by Gizmodo


Dual-1.8GHz Power Mac G5
by Henry Norr, MacNewsWorld
In terms of value, the dual 1.8-GHz G5 is now the pick of the Power Mac litter.

Mac Users Get Posh Office; Rival Suite Pales In Comparison
by Rob Pegoraro, Washington Post
Office 2004 is the finest Microsoft suite in years. Unlike the Windows-only Office 2003, which packed in business-use tools that required office networks running Microsoft server software, Office 2004 emphasizes consumer convenience and usability.


Why Apple Still Have Some Time
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Stephen Williams, Newsweek: Sony's new online music store falls far from Apple's iTunes.

Hot Summer Days
by Heng-Cheong Leong

The air-con in my apartment finally decides to call it a day, and refuses to provide cool air. We've decided to buy a new replacement, and is looking for a three-room split-unit. Any recommendations will be most welcomed.

Meanwhile, my apologies if I lost my cool. :-)

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