August 02, 2001
Late July and early August are the dog days of the Mac social calendar. But even if Apple eschews any out-of-category press conferences in the interim, there's still plenty of Mac news to chase out there.
Before it falls too far beyond the event horizon, I thought I'd use this week's column to revisit last week's Macworld Expo/New York.
July 23, 2001
Microsoft scored some big public relations points with its open desktop announcement earlier this month, but I still can't get over how deftly the company managed to deflect attack in its newfound ability to separate the Internet Explorer browser from its
There are moments when I don't envy Steve Jobs.
In general, I'm betting that the most significant Apple pyrotechnics at the Javits Center will involve desktop hardware.
The last time I tackled the relationship between Adobe Systems and Apple Computer's next-generation operating system in an opinion piece was four years ago, and the scars still haven't quite healed.
June 18, 2001
Freddie Mac and its larger cousin, Fannie Mae, are fierce competitors in the secondary mortgage market.
Of all the quirks that set Apple Computer apart from other PC makers, few irk some members of the Windows majority like Apple's dogged defense of the Mac look and feel.
June 11, 2001
Last month, Apple followed Gateway's country store example by opening its first two retail stores.
Ready or not, it's now up to third parties to make Apple's OS initiative a success.
April 23, 2001
Now that Apple has released its long-awaited Mac OS X operating system, what's next?
April 09, 2001
Over the past two years, Freddie Mac has aggressively used the Internet to lower the cost of marketing its securities and increase its profile among mortgage brokers.