[MyAppleMenu] Dec 15, 2005
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Mac news for Mac people
*** Apple Gives Analysts Vertigo
Paul Shread, InternetNews.com
Shares of Apple have hit one new all-time high after another this year, and on Wednesday, two analysts said enough's enough.
*** Will Intel's Napa Chip Run Apple Laptop?
Dean Takahashi, San Jose Mercury News
Intel announced Tuesday that its new line of chips will be builtinto mroe than 230 new laptop comptuers coming in 2006, making them much better at running music, movies and other digital media. But it wouldn't say a word about whether that includes the laptop creating the most buzz, expected from its new marquee customer: Apple Computer.
*** Apple's Championship Season Online
Troy Wolverton, TheStreet.com
*** Apple settles With Third Alleged Tiger Leaker
Ina Fried, CNET News.com
*** Trademarks, Not Patents: The Real Competitive Advantage Of The Apple iPod
James Conley, Core77
Unlike the design and utility patents, the trademark registration could last indefinitely if properly used. This represents sustainability of the busienss model variety and, as such, secures the real competitive advantage of Apple's iPod.
*** The Lap(top) Of Luxury - Marware PowerBook Protection Pack
Derrick Story, O'Reilly Network
*** MTV To Sell Online But Shuns The iPod
Charles Duhigg and Chris Gaither, Los Angeles Times
The Tomorrow Weblog
Emerging Technologies. Innovative Applications. New Economy
*** The Fly Pentop Computer
Paul Boutin, Slate
How an educational toy became a hot holiday gadget.
*** PowerPoint Slides: The New Puppy-Dog Eyes
Ylan Q. Mui, Washington Post
Kids today are employing their high-tech savvy to wow their parents into fulfiling their Christmas wish lists.
The other things in life
*** Native Grounds
Geoffrey Wheatcroft, Boston Globe
Any honest European must ruefully admit that our experience of absorbing immigrants into the community over the past 60 years compares in many ways unfavorably with the American experience. What went wrong?
Life in the city
*** Opposition To Contest All Single Wards, At Least 6 GRCs In Next GE
T. Rajan and Aaron Low, Straits Times
The major opposition parties here have come to an agreement to contest in all nine single-seat wards and at least six Group Representation Constituencies (GRCs) in the next general election. But plans will change if boundaries are redrawn, which some opposition members have said they expect.
*** Does NKF Need Huge Reserves If It Invests Wisely?
Ho Yew Kee, Straits Times
Perhaps, NKF should convert all its current investable reserves into an endowment and get a good fund manager to manage the money such that it gives good and steady long-term returns.
*** Be More Realistic In Accessing NKF Reserves
Cheong Wing Lee, Straits Times
The new NKF management has an obligation to present to the public, and especially to renal patients, a more realistic assessment of the situation. By singing the same T.T. Durai worst-case-scenario song with a new choir, it is unlikely to gain public confidence.
*** The Height Of Good Taste
Lionel Lau, New Straits Times
Singapore has some of the rarest restaurants in the world. Restaurants that soar over a mile above ground and give new meaning to the term mile-high club. Yes, these "restaurants" can only be found on board Singapore Airlines.
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