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Saturday, January 14, 2006


Just How Different Are Intel-Macs From Intel PCs?

David Alexander Davidson: A "Disaster!" In The Making

"When I get a G5 and Xserve RAID and Final Cut Pro and Shake, I just assume they will work correctly together. Frankly, that's why we use Apple."

Rick Sheppard: Shaping Multiplantium Sounds

"Soundtrack Pro saved me at least an hour of flipping the track over, getting it in the right format, opening it on another system, and back again."

Apple Adds 802.11a

This isn't a remarkable breakthrough. It may just indicate that Apple is using the latest off-the-shelf components that are designed for enterprise use. But it also removed a blockage at very little expense for using Macs in certain companies and schools.

Macworld, CES Double-Booked For 2007

Macworld Expo and the Consumer Electronics Show will coolide next year, with the dates for the two major tech events virtually overlapping for the conventions' entire duration.


iLife '06 From The Perspective Of An Anthropomorphized Brushed Metal Interface

Apple Is Getting Sloppy

Apple, once known as the epitome of human interface standards adherence has slowly become a radom mis-mash of interface ideas and implementation.

A Wedding Made At Macworld — The Photos


iWork '06

While Keynote has received the most visible improvements in the iWork suite, the changes to Pages help make an already-solid product even better.


iTunes Music Store In Singapore... Not Anytime Soon

According to a report in the Straits Times that is not available online, Apple is planning to open an iTunes Music Store in Singapore — by the end of next year.

End of 2007? Either there is a typo in the report, or Apple is really doing some serious padding of schedule. :-)

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