Tenth week's summary
This week we had two major events and a third came by surprise. The things we knew were an inspection by the school commander (which passed good to very good) and our day for friends and relatives where we were also promoted to the rank of engineer. The third and utterly surprising happening didn't happen in our barracks, but I guess you all know what I mean. We were all pretty shocked and hope that neither side is going to make it worse than it is now. Otherwise there isn't much left to say.
xlr8yourmac has various interesting bits about Dual G4 800 machines and some glitches, about Motorola aparently producing 1.6GHz G5 chips that might be used as early as MWSF 2002. Also Apple Expo Paris has been cancelled due to the attacks in New York and many many other news you should probably read.
More G5 stuff
Slashdot and MacObserver and the register all have some rumors and discussions on the release of Motorola's new G5 chip with a completely new chipset along with it. They're talking USB 2.0, DDR-SDRAM, 400MHz FSB etc etc, interesting indeed.
IMG has some good news on games, among them the "Return to Castle Wolfenstein" MPTest being almost ready for Mac OS X.