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New and Noteworthy: iPod industry standard?: Wired's Vaporware 2003; iMovie movie at Sundance

New and Noteworthy: iPod industry standard?: Wired's Vaporware 2003; iMovie movie at Sundance

iPod industry standard? Macworld UK covers a (subscription-only) article in the Financial Times which discusses the potential for the iPod to become a platform in its own right: "the iPod could be set to become one of 'the de facto standards around which whole markets are built.'" More.

Wired announces Vaporware 2003 Wired has announced their reader picks for the 2003 Vaporware Awards. "Dishonorable mentions go to SCO for the as-yet-unseen Unix code that the company alleges was ripped off in Linux, and to Microsoft for its "secure computing initiative" and the ever-slipping ship date for Longhorn, which is shaping up to be a very promising candidate for the Vaporware awards in 2006, 2007 and maybe even 2008." (Mac products on the list include the Griffin Radio Shark and FWB's RealPC.) More.

iMovie-made movie at Sundance Wired covers "Tarnation," a movie being shown at this week's Sundance Film Festival: "Tarnation may be the first feature-length film edited entirely on iMovie, and it cost $218.32 in videotape and materials. Despite its low budget, the film has already earned a high profile." More.

 

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