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Friday, December 30, 2005


Where Are They Biting? Check Your iPod

Add iPods to the list of equipment Minnesota anglers will be taking out on the ice this winter.

iPod Provides Apple With A Record-Breaking Run

Maine Ponders Apple Deal Extension

Where Did That AirPort Card Go, Anyway?

The single biggest complaint I hear from Apple users that have Mac models introduced after 1999 and before 2003 is that Apple canceled production of the AIrPort Card.


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Yes Sir, We Do Indeed Have Too Much Time (While We Wait For You To Unveil Whatever You Are Unveiling At Macworld Expo)

So we create a bunch of movie posters featuring Steve Jobs.


Taking A Break From All That Podcasting

It's that time of the year, where people goes on holiday and radios go into rerun mode and podcasts, well, there aren't that many podcasts to listen to.

So, this past week, I've been listening to audiobooks — specifically, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (It's free.) And I've learnt something new: the word "actionable" is not a modern-business creation.


Bill Gates' Predictions About Speech Recognition: A Historical Review

"Bullshit is unavoidable whenever circumstances require someone to talk without knowing what he is talking about."

Intel Unveils New Logo In Brand Overhaul

Intel said Thursday that it would scrap its 37-year-old logo as part of a major rebranding that will emphasize the chipmaker's shift away from its core PC business into consumer products.

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