New & Noteworthy: Forbes on Apple; QuickTime strategy; Acrobat Training; Forest; law office Macs; QuickTime trailers

New & Noteworthy: Forbes on Apple; QuickTime strategy; Acrobat Training; Forest; law office Macs; QuickTime trailers

Apple Forbes's Winner of the week Forbes has anointed Apple its winner of the week, citing a financial turnaround, new products, and the doubled stock price since its 52-week December low.

QuickTime poised to overtake competitors? This BusinessWeek Online article notes that signing up much of the digital-camera market to use QuickTime is a coup for Apple, and speculates that its part of a strategy to make QuickTime ubiquitous on desktop computers as well.

Adobe Acrobat 5.0 training schedule Sterling Ledet and Associates earlier this week announced eight sessions in four U.S. cities for Acrobat 5 training classes this summer.

Forest 2.0 plays soothing and relaxing sounds of nature. This version adds Mac OS X support, numerous bug fixes, the ability to listen to random sounds, the best sound engine available, and support for Relax 3.0 environments.

Macintosh becoming computer of choice for many law firms A reader told us about this State Journal article, posted about two weeks ago, on the increased use of Macs in law firms (according to a survey from the American Bar Association). Thanks, Bryan Forrest.

This weekend at the QuickTime movie trailers "The Mummy Returns," "Driven," "The Animal," "Someone Like You," "Ghosts of Mars," "Kingdom Come," and "What's The Worst That Can Happen?"

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