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Saturday, July 10, 2004

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Apple Makes A Play For NT Orphans
by Mary Jo Foley, eWeek
Microsoft's competitors smell blood in the enterprise waters. They are swarming around NT 4.0 like sharks. And Apple is among the school of circling predators.


Apple's Tiger Targets Easy Programming With Automator
by Ian Betteridge, eWeek
Apple looks to take its scripting architecture to a new level in the next release of Mac OS X. The forthcoming Automator will provide a simple, graphical environment for building complex scripts and even applications.


Feedback On Proposal
by Dave Hyatt

See Also : Implementation Of HTML Extensions Proposal by Dave Hyatt

The Real Purpose Of Dashboard In Tiger: Block Longhorn
by Charles Arthur


Apple DVD Studio Pro 3
by David Nagel, Digital Producer
This is a completely professional tool with an excellent mix of high-end features and entry-level ease of use, well suited for a wide range of applications.

Apple 30" Cinema Display Possibly Single Most Desirable Piece Of Technology On Planet
by Fraser Lovatt,


Do You Know You Have A MacBU Division?
by Heng-Cheong Leong

Microsoft has a shiny new home page for all its blogs, with a shiny new search engine that helps the reader locates blogs.

But, why oh why, is there no "Macintosh" in the list of categories of blogs?

Who Do You Want To Buy Today?
by Heng-Cheong Leong

With Gmail gaining praises and attentiion, and Yahoo buying Oddpost, an Outlook-clone-on-the-web, Dave Winer is asking the question we are all dying to get the answer: Who is Microsoft going to buy?

Is Dave trying to say that Microsoft does not have the capability to develop a Gmail clone by themselves? :-)


DOJ Keeping Tabs On Longhorn Development
by Joris Evers, IDG News Service
Technical committee for the DOJ hopes to ensure the successor to Windows XP won't violate antitrust judgment.

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