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Monday, December 27, 2004


Worming Into Apple

Programmer Ron Avitzur sneaked into Apple's California HQ for six months in 1993 to write a software program that, through luck and hard work, is still included on every Mac sold today.

Apple Dealers Swap Lawyers

New attorneys with a background in franchisee litigation have been hired to press a suit by Apple computer dealers who claim the Cupertino-based Apple Computer Inc., is trying to drive them out of business by opening its own chain of stores.

Selling Apples On Street Corners

Apple stores began opening to mostly Mac-geek acclaim in May 2001. But lately, they've become profit-generating supermagnets for those who want to get their hands on one of those ultrapopular iPods. And Ron Johnson deserves some of the credit for the craze.


Why Apple Is Apple And You Aren't

It's simple, effective, desirable and memorable. And it's a sock.

Is This The Announcement Australian Music Lovers Have Waited For? iTunes Music Store Comes To Australia?


The 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake

Read more about the unfolding event over at Wikipedia.

You can help via American Red Cross, Australian Red Cross, British Red Cross, and other similar organisations.

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