[MyAppleMenu] Sep 8, 2002
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MyAppleMenu : Top Stories
Linking To Dance's Future In A 21st-Century Workshop (Jennifer Dunning, New York Times)
With the formal opening on Oct 2 of the new Dance Theater Workshop in Chelsea, New York dance officially enters the cyber universe.
MyAppleMenu : News
Gov. King Visits Kittery School As Laptop Program Begins (Jennifer L. Saunders, Foster's Online)
Shapleigh Middle School hosted a special guest Thursday as Gov. Angus King spoke with students about the key role they play in making the laptop initiative a success.
Apple Posts New "Switch" Ads (MacMinute)
The ads feature new "switchers" including an attorney, a veterinarian, a trucking company owner, a software manager and two students.
Optimism In Apple's China Market? (Global Mac News)
New Apple Web China, an independent Macintosh website in China, has an optimistic look (in Chinese) at Apple and the Chinese market.
MyAppleMenu : Opinions
The Megahertz Mentality Reigns, But Processor Speed Is Almost Passe (Rob Pegoraro, Washington Post)
Determining a winner in the race to build the fastest PC processor is getting harder and harder. The problem isn't finding a score card, but finding the right one.
MyAppleMenu : Reviews
Photoshop 2.0 A Jewel For All Users (James Coates, Chicago Tribune)
The digital photography wizards at Adobe may have outdone even their earlier low-cost breakthrough image editing software with this helpful upgrade to the wildly popular Photoshop Elements 1.0 version.
MyAppleMenu Tomorrow : Top Stories
10 Choices That Were Critical To The Net's Success (Dan Gillmor, San Jose Mercury News)
How did technologists, government officials and a host of other early players turn something with no obvious business model into a system that has become so intrinsic to the new century?
To WiFi Or Not To WiFi? (Mark Halper, Fortune)
Mobile operators are starting to worry that WiFi could become a 3G substitute.
MyAppleMenu Tomorrow : News & Opinions
Speed Demons (Ernest Holsendolph, Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
New Internet-enabled cellphones are pokey, bu that will change.
Businesses Gird For Grid Computing Breakthroughs (Zack Medicoff, Globetechnology.com)
Ability to tap into power of a virtual supercomputer could be windfall for firms.
J-Phone, Hutchison Unfazed By DoCoMo's 3G Outlook (Reuters)
Japan's J-Phone and Hong Kong-based Hutchison Whampoa said on Friday they would stand by plans to launch 3G mobile services this year, despite a sluggish start to the high-speed service by industry leader NTT DoCoMo.
MyAppleMenu Reader : Life
Go Ahead, Snooze (Steve Johnston, Seattle Times)
What have you got to lose?
In The Soulful 70's, Real Men Played Tennis (James Kaplan, New York Times)
The stars of the modern men's game haven't even begun to arouse the kind of passion tennis players generated a quarter-century ago.
Writer's Block (Don Aucoin, Boston Globe)
Authors may go in and out of style, but it's time to bring George V. Higgins back into fashion.
Writer's Voice Matures With A Generation (J. Michael Kennedy, Los Angeles Times)
Veteran puts aside Vietnam for a tale about boomers who had to settle for less.
The Clouds Of memory (Lynne Duke, Washington Post)
Windows on the World restaurant lost 72 workers. For those left behind, there is no real moving on.
Don't Rebuild. Reimagine. (Herbert Muschamp, New York Times)
Now is the time for New York to express its ambition through architecture and reclaim its place as a visionary city.
Above All, The Fishing's The Thing (Rodes Fishburne, New York Times)
At Poronui Ranch, there's every comfort on 16,000 acres. But the real lure is the fly-fishing.
MyAppleMenu SingaporeSurf : Top Stories
Ministry Draws Up Lessons From SingTel-IDA Case (Angela Tan, Business Times Singapore)
Check with relevant authority before payouts, public officers told.
MyAppleMenu SingaporeSurf : News & Opinions
Broadband Needs To Be Liberalised Next (Tang Weng Fai, Business Times Singapore)
Despite much prodding, broadband access in Singapore is still far from widespread. The key reason: access costs.
For Special Photos, Esplanade Centre Has Its Points... (Ginnie Teo, Straits Times)
Scores of amateur and professional photographers have been aiming their cameras at the two distinctive silver domes which, despite the recent controversy over their appearance, seem destined to become a Singapore landmark.
PTP Shrugs Off New PSA-Evergreen Deal (Straits Times)
Speaking to the Malaysian daily The Star, senior PTP officials said that they were 'not losing sleep' over what Malaysian shipping observers have called a 'face-saving measure' designed to play down the loss of business at PSA.
Singapore Economy: Two Sides Of The Coin (Lee Kim Chew, Straits Times)
Singapore's recovery has been patchy, benefiting export-oriented enterprises but not those which depend on the domestic market. Much has to be done to generate jobs and income in Singapore itself. Help local companies upgrade, not relocate.
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