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August 6, 2007

Researcher Calls Apple "Negligent" Over iPhone Security

by Jeff Smykil, Ars Technica

VMware Fusion

by Robert Mohns, MacInTouch

VMware Fusion worked very well for use with Windows XP and Windows Vista, and fairly well with Ubuntu 7. We had a few issues, and there are some missing features we'd like to see added, but we're quite impressed with Fusion.

Journey To The Core Of Apple

by Tom dunmore,

I'm more confident about the future of the Mac platform these days...

Will Fake Steve Jobs Take Over The Stage?

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

It's not without precendent: Noah Wyle, the first and original Fake Steve Jobs, opened the Macworld Expo back in year 2000. (Noah Wyle, if you cannot remember, played Steve Jobs in the "Pirates of Silicon Valley" movie.)

Will we get to meet another Fake Steve Jobs this coming January? :-)

Fake Steve Jobs Comes To

by Forbes

"From Jonathan Switft to Jon Stewart, satire has spoken truth to power as well as amued," said Editor Paul Maidment. "Fake Steve Jobs will add a different voice to, but one that is in the Forbes tradition for both."

The Trial Of Fake Steve Jobs

by Brad Stone, New York Times Blog

Are you happy that the mystery has been solved? Or did we just ruin the fun for everyone?

Fake Steve On Fortune, BusinessWeek, And Forbes

by John Gruber, Daring Fireball

Tech World Falls For Tom's Foolery

by Edmund Tadros, The Age

A 16-year-old Austrlian who duped high-profile technology blog with a fake Apple rumour said the site should "triple-check its sources."

A Mystery Solved: 'Fake Steve' Blogger Comes Clean

by Brad Stone, New York Times

"Im stunned that it's taken this long," said Mr Daniel Lyons, a senior editor at Forbes magazine who lives near Boston, when a reporter interrupted his vacation in Maine on Sunday to ask him about Fake Steve. "I have not been that good at keeping it a secret. I've been sort of waiting for this call for months."

Mr Lyons writes and edits technology articles for Forbes and is the author of two works of fiction, most recently a 1998 novel, "Dog Days." In October, Da Capo Press will publish his satirical novel written in the voice of the Fake Steve character, "Options: The Secret Life of Steve Jobs, a Parody."

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Damn, I Am So Busted, Yo, by The Secret Diary Of Steve Jobs.

By Heng-Cheong Leong