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Wednesday, April 5, 2006


Podcasting Roils NPR Fund Raising

New Apple Software Lets Intel Macs Boot Windows

Apple today introduced Boot Camp, new public-beta software for Mac OS X that lets users of Intel Macs boot directly into Microsoft Windows XP. "Apple has no desire or plan to sell or support Windows, but many customers have expressed their interest to run Windows on Apple's superior hardware now that we use Intel processors," Philip Schiller said in a statement.

iPod Bike Mount Triggers Safety Debate

Some wonder if there is every a time when it's safe to bike with headphones on.

Apple Boss 'Admitted' Taking Name From Beatles

Apple's Greatest Hits: 30 Significant Products


The iPod Revolution

The sonic wave of the future or the loss of music's soul?

Intel Macs: Doublethink Different

Podcast Lectures Promote Laziness

Teachers, please don't podcast your lectures. It's a waste of your time and it would end up being a waste of mine.

iPods Changing Class Dynamic?

If the lecture is condensed and made available for students to learn on their own time, classroom time could be spent on applying their newfound knowledge to real world scenarios according to their trade.

Mac OS X For Business: Too Little, Too Late

Apple's best chane to "make a dent" came about two years ago when Windows looked completely hopeless on the security front. Things are very different today.

Wherefore Mac In The Enterprise?

Maybe the challenge is more of an opportunity.

Downloadable Movies Done Wrong


This Industry Sure Outdates Things Really Fast

David Pogue wrote an article about hacking your Intel-based Macintosh so that one can boot into Windows... and the article is sorta obsoleted on the very same day it is published in the Times.

Want A Slightly-Used Desktop Computer?

Note: Do not drive your car over your PowerBook. It will turn your laptop to your desktop. :-)


Creative Confirms Heavy Losses

Microsoft Says Recovery From Malware Becoming Impossible

In a rare discussion about the severity of the Windows malware scourage, a Microsoft security official said businesses should consider investing in an automated process to wipe hard drives and reinstall operating systems as a practical way to recover from malware infestation.

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