MWSF03: Photo Galleries

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Date: Thursday, January 9th, 2003, 01:00
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MWSF03: US Final Cut Pro User Group Network Formed

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Ask PowerPage: PBG4 17 and Mac OS 9 Booting

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iPhoto, iMovie Upgrades Available Free January 25

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Date: Thursday, January 9th, 2003, 00:00
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As a number of astute readers have pointed out, you won’t have to plunk down US$49 to upgrade to iMovie 3 and iPhoto 2, as had been rumored. The only reason to buy Apple’s new iLife appears to be if you’re a SuperDrive owner who wants the new version of iDVD. Apple has thoughtfully included the upgrades to iTunes, iMovie, and iPhoto on that disc so that you won’t have to download them. If you lack a SuperDrive or don’t need iDVD 3, you’ll be treated to free downloads of the other programs January 25, which will hereby be known as National iLife Day, the first holiday of the Year of the PowerBook.

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MWSF03: iGo Converts iMacs into Spider Droids

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MWSF03: We've Got Bag

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MWSF03: Every Mac Needs .Mac

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Date: Wednesday, January 8th, 2003, 10:35
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2003: The Year of the PowerBook

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Date: Wednesday, January 8th, 2003, 00:00
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PowerBook G4 17-inchApple surprised the world yesterday with the announcement of not one but two new PowerBooks. The pessimists are quick to criticize Apple for not announcing new desktop Macintoshes (Power Mac, iMac, eMac) at a time when existing models are considered to be slow and expensive. Apple is putting all of its hardware eggs in the PowerBook basket, at least for the time being, instead of focusing on other areas of the product line. Click “Read More” for the complete story.

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MWSF03: Analysis – See the Softer Side of Apple

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Date: Wednesday, January 8th, 2003, 00:00
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Apple iLifeForget iApps or even the Digital Hub — Apple’s eclectic software strategy makes it clear that it will fill any niche it sees available, anytime, anywhere. With everything from geeky UNIX genetics apps to pro audio and video apps, Apple will buy, steal, or hit the drawing board to give us cool software. The results have sometimes been hit or miss (iCal/iSync isn’t mature yet, for instance), but it does lead to choices, and today’s introductions brought some great news. (Click ‘read more’ for the full story.)

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PBG4 15-Inch With SuperDrive: Instant Obsolescence

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Date: Wednesday, January 8th, 2003, 00:00
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