The week in review: All charged up. Apple Computer makes a splash with the new iMac, while CES draws large crowds. The technology industry has started 2002 with a bang–will the good times last? [CNET News.com]
Experimenting with the template to add a color background for each day header.
I just got attacked & bitten pretty badly as I was putting my laundry away. My hand is now bleeding. Living with a cat is so much fun.
I just added a side-bar with navigation links to this page.
I bought a home! I’m nervous & excited… this will be the first time I’ve owned a home! I found out that my mortgage was approved, and I’m signing the papers and having it inspected Monday afternoon.
The Mutsu Project is a repository at SourceForge “for Applescript Studio applications and code snippets. Developers can submit and update projects via CVS (this means directly from Project Builder) and use the Mutsu mailing list to coordinate their efforts.” [mac.scripting.com]
Judge tosses Microsoft schools settlement. A federal judge in Baltimore rejects a controversial settlement that would have ended more than 100 private class-action lawsuits against the software maker. [CNET News.com]
Merrill Lynch analyst questions iMac’s timing. The analyst notes that Apple’s new iMac introduction was poorly timed, missing the holiday sales rush and launching at a seasonal low. [CNET News.com]