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May 18, 2007

Apple Is Europe's Largest Education Supplier

by Jonny Evans, Macworld UK

Gartner's latest figures show Apple as number one vendor in education market.

No More Excuses: Apple Introduces Free Recycling Program For Schools

by Grover Saunders, Ars Technica

Apple is instituting a free recycling program for all "accredited K-12 and Higher Education institutions with at least 25 systems."

Apple Of Your Eye

by Andre Boily, Edmonton Sun

The Apple MacBook Pro is an icon of the laptop genre, albeit a pricey one.

Animating Calvin

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

If someone did animate the great Calvin and Hobbes, I wonder if this is how it will look like?

And I wonder what Bill Watterson will say...

MacBook Attracts

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

All my life, I grew up with the "knowledge" that computers and magnets simply don't mix.

Don't put your floppy disks on top of a magnet if you treasure your files. Don't put the telephone next to your hard disk, or one ring and your data are gone.

So, here I'm, getting used to the idea that there are magnets inside the MacBook computer. Apple, you are sure that my data are safe? :-)

Of course, if you are the worrying kind — and maybe I'm — you'd also wonder what happens when the magnetism runs out?

"On Time" Is Not The New "Delayed"


"As scheduled" and "delayed" are not in fact the same thing. That would be why they have different meaning and spelling.

Apple Store Experience

by Way Too Much Information Abot Randy Peterman

Sure, you could get this level of service from... oh, wait, I've never had another computer company offer that level of service. Thanks, Apple! Telling Google "We Don't Want To Rank"?

by Scott Goodyear, MarketPosition

Regarding Yesterday's Apple News

by Ryan Block, Engadget

We have learned a very serious lesson yesterday. We will work very hard to earn back the trust we have lost and to do our best to be what we have always strived to be: a trustworthy source.

See Also:

AppleGate, by Michael Arrington, TechCrunch. Apple made two critical mistakes — allowing their internal email system to be hacked, and then not responding immediately to Engadget to tell them the story was incorrect.

The iPhone Rumor Had Many Red Flags, by Jonathan Berr, BloggingStocks.

Apple Design Guru Wins National Design Award

by MacNN

Apple Patent Clears Road For Theft-Proof iPhones, Macs

by AppleInsider

Apple Inc. has successfully patented an anti-theft safeguard for notebooks, phones, and other portable electronics that offers protecton simply by sensing the outside world.

Apple's Hiring 'iPhone Personal Trainers,' But What's The Start Date?

by Declan McCullagh, CNET

Apple wants to hire "iPhone Personal Trainers" to work at a Sacramento call center doing iPhone technical support.

iResist iPhone

by Brian Chen, Macworld

First Look: Adobe Soundbooth CS3

by Christopher Breen, Macworld

Though the beta is quite stable, Soundbooth remains a work in progress.

iPhone Receives FCC Approval

by Charles Starrett, iLounge

Apple's iPhone has received certification from the Federal Communications Commission. THe application documents, made public by the FCC, include very little new information.

See Also:

Come One, Come All: iPhone FCC Docs Available, by Dan Moren, MacUser.

By Heng-Cheong Leong