Online Music Stores Score In a PC Magazine article, Michael Miller looks at the various online music stores: "If you have an iPod and are sure to stay the Apple route, then go with iTunes. If you want more flexibility in a music player (maybe you have a flash memory?based player instead of a hard drive?based one), then you need Napster or MusicMatch Jukebox. If you're going to use a service mostly on your desktop, then Napster is the best. But if, like me, you have an extensive collection of music on CDs, then MusicMatch Jukebox may be the best choice for occasional downloading." More.
Sun founder a Mac user In an interview with Wired, Sun co-founder Bill Joy discusses, among other things, his new Power Mac G5: "Mac OS X is a rock-solid system that's beautifully designed. I much prefer it to Linux." More.
Previously we noted:
- Troubleshooting Mac OS X 10.3.x (#18): Inconsistent mounts; trackpad issues; EverQuest; Norton kernel panic
- FileVault security loophole
- Apple releases Bluetooth updates; three different versions available
- .Mac benefits confusion
- New and Noteworthy: G5 wins award; Panther language features