September 10th, 1999

[6:00 PM]
The Week's Top Stories For Week Ending 9/10/99
The following are the week's Top Stories as well as our columns, editorials, and reviews from The Mac Observer for the preceding week.


Apple Stock Watch: Apple Closes At Another All Time High

Apple Accepting Pre-orders On MacOS 9


Mac User Gets Defective PowerBook, Posts Online Survey On Switching To Wintel

Steve Jobs Joins Board Of Directors For The Gap

The Mac Observer Cited In New York Times

Warning: Higher RAM Prices, Dead Ahead!


Team Mac Observer Reaches Top 20 SETI@home Club Teams!

The Mac Observer Launches Application Tracking Service


Apple Stock Watch: Apple Sets Another High, Closes Over 76!

Wall Street Analysts Raise Target For Apple To US$90

Monday - Closed For Labor Day


[Column] The Back Page - Our Love-Hate Relationship With Apple

[Column] Ask Dave - Desktop Files Explained and B&W G3s

[Column] My First Mac Was A Typewriter - Building An Easy Web Page

[Column] On The Flip Side - Why Apple Is Such A Winner

[Column] The Name of the Game - Free Games On The Web At

[Column] The Apple Trader - Buy AAPL or get left behind for good!

[Column] Monday's Mac Gadget - Access UNIX from within Mac OS

The Mac Observer Spin: Another great week for Apple's stock. Apple hit two new highs in 4 days of trading and saw their targer price raised to US$90. Lots of product releases this week, and we also found out that Steve Jobs had landed a new job at The Gap (Gap, Inc.) as a member of their Board of Directors. News continued to buzz this week about the G3 ROM block to mar an otherwise good week.

Also, The Mac Observer launched a new service and then saw ourselves featured in the New York Times. Gotta love that! :-)