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|Thursday, December 10, 1998|
Webintosh - XApple Reaches Out To Student Developers.
Apple has introduced a program aimed at student developers. The program is called The Apple Developer Connection (ADC) Student Program and is designed to put the tools that students need to develop great Mac apps in their hands.
Newsbrief: Steve Jobs CAUSE '98 Keynote.
CNET News.com - Consolidation marches through Net Security.
CNET News.com - Microsoft revs anti-piracy technology.
With the release of Microsoft Office 2000, Microsoft is expanding its
anti-software piracy program to several countries to help reduce theft and
simplify registration of the popular desktop productivity suite.
The Registration Wizard makes registration a part of installing the product and helps prevent illegal installations.
Customers can use the product 50 times before registration is required.
I wonder what questions will be required in the registration process?
I doubt that they will stop at the information that they actually need to do their
CNET News.com - Apple's Jobs hints at '99 products.
Apple Computer interim CEO Steve Jobs offered a view of "Apple'"s product direction today at an education conference in Seattle, saying that a new version of its QuickTime multimedia software will be introduced next month while a new consumer portable
device would not.
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