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Saturday, June 19, 2004


Jeffrey Aaronson: Roundabout Route To Photography
by Barbara Gibson, Apple
"A lot of people think digital photography is going to be so much easier because of the immediacy and because you can go back and rework something. But you still have to master the tools and then follow your heart."

Byte Of Apple Pie
by Richard Lim, Straits Times
Proving that an Apple lifestyle store can succeed, AppleCentre@Orchard celebrates its second anniversary with a basket of goodies and discounts.

Composers Creating Music Entirely By Computer Do Battle At Local Nightspots
by D. Parvaz, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
20040619laptopbattle Welcome to the latest genre of e-music, where musicians aren't limited by what they can extract from traditional instruments, and the whole deal takes place on a portable piece of technology.

Faces Of The Week: Steve Jobs
by BBC News
When Steve Jobs founded the Apple computer company, he changed the face of computing. And this week his revolution in how we buy and listen to music expanded with the European launch of Apple's online store, iTunes.


The Brouhaha
by Kyle Rankin, O'Reilly Network
Apparently part of the autorun process on the new Beastie Boys CD is to silenetly install a copy protection system on Windows and Mac — a aystem that apparently includes a uninstaller for Windows, but not Mac OS.

Word 5.1 Plus
by Rick Schaut
If you sit down with a bunch of people and ask them what they want in a word processor, they start from Word 5.1 as the baseline, but they'll, almost always, want something more.

Apple Needs A New 'Mac LC' For Market Growth
by Anthony Frausto-Robledo, Architosh


More LDAP In Mac OS X Server
by Tony Williams, O'Reilly Network


Clueless In Seattle
by Robert X. Cringely, PBS
Can there be some psychological basis to Microsoft court behavior?

Microsoft's New Rules Of Engagement
by Tom Yager, InfoWorld
Redmond is giving developers access to unreleased tools and its top-level technical staff.

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