Mac to Java: I'm back!

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Date: Thursday, October 25th, 2001, 13:19
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After a four-year hiatus, Macintosh is back as a premium Java platform: Mac OS X 10.1 finally got it right.

Soon after Java came out, Macintosh quickly became the best platform for Java development, using a now-defunct IDE called “Roaster” (by Roaster Technologies, run by John Dhabolt).

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Go2Mac Message Boards Up And Running

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Date: Thursday, October 25th, 2001, 12:15
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Why Did Apple Choose Chicago as the iPod Font?

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Date: Thursday, October 25th, 2001, 02:58
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iPod: Prelude to iPhoto?

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Date: Thursday, October 25th, 2001, 00:04
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Did the Music Industry Cripple iPod?

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Date: Wednesday, October 24th, 2001, 19:13
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iPod: More Than a Music Machine

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Date: Wednesday, October 24th, 2001, 13:29
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Recipe for a Real Breakthrough

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Date: Wednesday, October 24th, 2001, 13:54
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Just like most people like us, I was waiting with baited breath for the announcement of Apple’s “breakthrough digital device.” Truth be told, I’m still waiting.

Don’t get me wrong. The iPod is an amazing MP3 player, but in the end that’s all it really is… an MP3 player. Granted, it doubles as hard drive, but this is hardly innovative. Others (Archos, Creative Labs, etc.) have been selling players with that feature for some time now. Archos offers a 20GB version with optional remote control and recently introduced a model that records!

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iPod as a Digital Camera Storage Device

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Date: Wednesday, October 24th, 2001, 13:17
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iPod Omission: PC Compatibility

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Date: Wednesday, October 24th, 2001, 13:25
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So Apple can design the coolest digital device to hit the market. Who gives a rat’s backside?

I understand that, as a computer manufacturer, the goal is to get people to buy your hardware. But when you have an opportunity to sell the highest-end product in its niche, why cut out 90 percent of the market because it isn’t compatible with their operating system? And if it is compatible with other platforms Apple should let everyone know up front.

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PS2Pod

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Date: Wednesday, October 24th, 2001, 12:23
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