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May 28, 2007

Leading The Charge On iPHone

by Brier Dudley, Seattle Times

Brace yourself for another tsunami of hype.

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The iPhone Keeps Its Cool Secret, by Mike Rogoway, Gadget lust — No mater what Apple's latest trick is finally capable of, many will want one fo the mystique.

The Dream Is Dead: Macs Don't Always "Just Work"

by Sean Dwyer

Well, my two week journey into the land of Apple was brought to an abrupt end yesterday, after my brand new iMac stopped doing the one thing Macs are always supposed to do: work.

Macintosh... Help Me Understand Why

by Christopher Dawson, ZDNet

Apple has been a niche player for some time, but I maintain that the utter matruity of Linux as well as the generally low cost of Windows machines further marginalizes Appel in education. Can anyone give me a reason to keep paying the premiums associated with pretty white and silver boxes in an educational setting?

Dave Winer Goes Shopping

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

Dave Winer, Scripting News: All in all, I spent well over $1000. The stores that had their act together got all the money. The stores that didn't even come close to meeting my needs (about half of them) got nothing.

I Swore I Wouldn't Become A Mac Elitist...

by Switching To Mac

Now that I'm well into my third month of using a Mac, I can say, with very little doubt, that Mac's are by far the superior computer.

Things I Don't Like About The Mac

by Stephen Downes, Half An Hour

I would like to dedicate this post to the braindead things that really annoy me about it.

How To Retire Your Software

by Nobi Hayashi, O'Reilly Mac DeveCenter Blog

I think it's good Sig Software and James could provide a DragThing discount and finish the deal, but what is so nice about them is that they didn't stop there.

The Apple Store: Trouble In Paradise

by Philip Elmer-DeWitt, Business 2.0

The bottom line was that the people drawn like flies to Steve Jobs' magical elixir were getting in the way of business.

But if you think things are bad now, wait until the iPhone shows up.

By Heng-Cheong Leong