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Saturday, October 9, 2004


Music Industry Presses For Common Standard For Downloads

Major record labels have vowed to take on computer giants such as Microsoft and Apple in an effort to establish a common standard for digital music and avoid a repeat of the dmaging video format wars between VHS and Betamax in the 1980s.

See Also: Discussion: Labels Push For A Unified DRM Standard Back In Business


Adventures In Proto-Podcasting

Podcasting is cool — and is bound only to get cooler.


More Perfect Pictures

If you find ordering through the various online photo services cumbersome, you might take a look at the FotoWire Print Service.

A Month With A Mac: A Die-Hard PC User's Perspective

What you are about to read are my impressions, as a devout PC users, of the Apple way of life.

Massive Assault

Aside from a few minor quirks, Massive Assault is one sweet turn-based strategy game.


Rumor Today: PowerBook 2004/2005 Roadmap And iSight 2

Jason D. O'Grady: The current line of PowerBook G4s is being considered for one more round of updates before the form factor is mothballed in favor of a new G5 design.

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