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Saturday, February 4, 2006


"Effortless And Reliable" - Rich Siegel On Yojimbo

Yojimbo is all about keeping things simple.

RIP 17-Inch G5 iMac

Apple is no longer selling the 17-inch G5 iMac in its Apple Stores or online.

Tidbits From Apple's 10-Q


Microsoft And Mac: The Sound Of 10,000 Knees Jerking

I am certain that in five years plus two days, ten years plus six days, and for as long as Apple and Microsoft both shall live, Macs will run Office with Microsoft's enthusiastic and official support.

Macs Win The Mission Hip Wars

It's no secret that among the young and hip, Macs are the computer of choice. That has been proven time and time again at blogger conferences, at universities and in the personal computers of many tech companies' employees. But how would htey fare in a public place in one of the hippest neighborhoods in one of the hippest cities?

iPod Long Term Review

iTunes is the hidden jewel of hte iPod, but not for the music store, for the way it helps users painlessly manage their music.

Uninvited Guests

iLife installer should include a checkbox — checked by default would be fine — saying that icons for all the new software would be automatically added to the Dock.

.Mac Fun: Interface Archeology

Despite its apparent classicism and lack of reactivity to online trends, .Mac was ahead of its time and understood that fundamental rule of online experiences early in the process.


iMovie 6: Almost There

iMovie 6.0 will dazzle when it's ready for prime time, but it's not quite there yet.

Google Puts The Whole World In Our Hands

Google Earth is a great searching and information tool.


Apple Has Made It

Yes, nothing proves that your software product has really made it to the big time than having it pirated at your neighborhood pirate. :-)


Dell Drops Hard-Drive MP3 Line

Dell stopped selling its most expensive digital music players after failing to take market share from Apple's iPod.

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