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New and Noteworthy: "Professor iPod"; Apple and corporate markets; Andy Hertzfeld speaks

New and Noteworthy: "Professor iPod"; Apple and corporate markets; Andy Hertzfeld speaks

A Session with Professor iPod Wired news interviews Dr. Michael Bull, an "expert on the social impact of personal stereo devices," on the iPod: "People like to control their environment, and the iPod is the perfect way to manage your experience." More.

Apple's Elusive Corporate Configuration A Business Week article discusses Apple's prospects for succeeding in the enterprise/corporate markets: "To really win on this battlefield, Apple will somehow have to convince businesses that it intends to stay in the server market." More.

Andy Hertzfeld talks Folklore, open source, and Apple MacMinute has a conversation with one of the original developers of the Mac OS: "[Apple's] greatest strengths are their drive to innovate and their great design skills. Their software is more of a mixed bag these days, doing some things superbly and others not very well." More.

 

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