Today's Column & Article Summaries
Mac EverQuest 'in Feb 2003' - Macworld UK
Mac users can now join the ranks of those who quit their jobs, and leaving their houses as well, in the pursuit of EverQuest. Macworld UK says the game will soon be coming to the Mac.
Less Tangible - Brain Log - MacOPINION
Marc Zeedar pens an interesting piece on work flow, and has an idea that he thinks would make it easier to find stuff on your Mac. An interesting read.
New PowerBooks And iBooks Recalled. Schiller Missing Contact Lens. - Crazy Apple Rumors
First of all, remember that CAR is a satire site. CAR says that Apple is recalling all of the new iBooks and TiBooks because Phil Schiller lost a contact, and he thinks it may have fallen in a unit when it was being assembled. A very funny read.
TechWeb: Microsoft memo questions anti-Linux efforts - CNN
Wow, Microsoft must have taken a spare billion and bought a clue. CNN is reporting that a memo circulating inside the company questions whether or not the company smear campaign, full of FUD and bile, has not only not worked, but that it may have backfired. Geepers, you think? Give us a healthy side of "Duh!" with that, too. A very interesting read.
Microsoft calls 'foul' on OS vulnerability data - IDG News Service, via Yahoo!
Microsoft is taking issue with the report that says Windows is much more vulnerable than Linux, the Mac, or everyone else, that matter. Microsoft says it's all unfair, and nanny-nanny-boo-boo-we're-going-to-tell-mom! A very entertaining read.
Magazines to publish on tablet PC - News.com
Microsoft gets a boost for the Tablet PC from some publishers. Having content for people to read on the Tablet PC is an important step for Microsoft to make this thing work. An interesting development.
Other Tech Articles
Battle Brewing Over Successor to DVD - PCWorld
PCWorld reports on the issues surrounding the next generation of optical disks, and the standard that is adopted. An interesting read.
Amazon Starts Web Clothing Store with 400 Brands - Reuters, via Yahoo!
Want a camisole with your copy of Atlas Shrugged? Amazon is ramping up its new online clothing store with 400 brands of clothes. A vaguely interesting read.
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