Mac news for Mac people

Tuesday, February 8, 2005


Laptops Connect Pupils

Students at an elementary school on the Long Island City waterfront are learning not just with books, but with iBooks.

Doctors Turn To iPods And Open Source To Cut Costs

Apple is doctors' orders for storage.

Apple Posts Pepsi iTunes Ads


Napster's Bad Math

Napster's math still doesn't add up. Then again, who said cats could do math?


Don't Get Me Wrong...

Just a note: if your article has the phrase, "Dont get me wrong...", it is highly unlikely that I will ink to your article.

Why? Because this phrase is usually a codeword for "here comes some handwaving."

Cheap To Purchase, Fast To Assemble

Just don't expect this 4-Gigabyte RAID storage device, created using 4 iPod shuffles, to perform well.


Microsoft To Release More Source Code?

Microsoft is considering the release of source code for Windows Forms, a popular tool used to build Windows programs.

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