We’re baaaack. We were simply too swamped with Macworld Expo coverage last week to tackle the Famous People column. But not to worry; we’ve returned with a vengeance.
Judge Nicki Clark, judge for the Seminole County ballot law suit, used a PowerBook at the bench throughout the trial, reports Jackie Newberry.
Jim Atherton’s wife gets a catalog called “Current,” and he was surprised to see “a very personal photo” of a blueberry iBook on page 54.
this URL. Looks like the staff of “Moscow Today” has good choices in computer systems: iMacs. (Thanks to Charles Phillips for the heads up on this one.)
An illustration accompanying a “Chronicle of Higher Education” article entitled “The Law and Academic Freedom” shows what appears to be one guy holding a blueberry iMac. This appeared on the Jan. 2 Web page edition of the
Chronicle, according to Mahealani Fernandez.
As a holiday gift, Dick Dressel received a book entitled “The Sopranos,” about the HBO series. He says that the tome has “lots of great pictures” and that “many photos are in windows that are definitely Mac with such titles as Carmella @ 100%-JPG, complete with scroll bars and the works.”
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