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Tuesday, November 1, 2005


Writer Told To Take This Jobs And Shove It

On Friday, Steve Jobs lashed out at author Fredric Alan Maxwell after he sent Jobs a 4,000-word article he wrote for Fast Company magazine about the untold story of Jobs' biological father. "Are you a nut case?" Jobs demanded.

Usability At The Core Of iPod Emotion

When products are not differentiated primarily by features and prices are already competitive, factors such as ease-of-use and emotional response can provide a real edge.

iPods Users Hit Snags With Hookup To Cars

iPod owners have trouble using their trendy music players in their cars, according to an unscientific survey released last week.

Dressing Up As The iPod Lineup

Halloween iDog

Even dogs dress up as iPods on Halloween.

Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.4.3

Among the changes in the update are improvements to Safari, Mail, iChat, and Apple's desktop searching tool, Spotlight.

iTunes Store Counts 1 Million Video Downloads

Apple said on Monday that it has sold more than 1 million videos in the 19 days since it launched its video iPod and started selling TV shows, short films and a wider assortment of music videos.

Belkin Battery keeps iPod Movin'


Praising Apple Support!

I Want My Video iPod

Apple hasn't yet said how many of the new players it has sold since the units started shipping Oct 17, but clues are mounting that there simply aren't enough around. It's taking Apple between five and seven business days to fill online orders for the video iPod, according to the company's web site.

Why It Makes Sense For Apple To Build A Smart Phone

Address Book, iCal, iTunes, iPhoto, heck, even Mail and Safari. Those are the reasons why.

On The Mertis Of Partitioning


Comparing Three AC Adapters

Encyclopedia Software: World Book And Britannica Prove That Even The Internet Can't Beat A Good Encyclopedia

We were extremely impressed by World Book 2006's easy-to-use interface, as well as its in-depth search functions.

Take Automator For A Trial Run

Think Auomator seems cool, but don't know where to get started? Here are five useful workflows you can try right now.


No More Dirty Monitors

Chris Pirillo has assembled an army of cats and dogs to clean your screen.

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