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Tuesday, March 14, 2006


Apple Squashes It With 24's Louis Lombardi

Recently, in our interview with Louis Lombardi, deceased computer whiz Edgar Stiles from the Fox hit show 24, the actor expressed his displeasure with his newly bought Macintosh computer. Here is an update from the actor himself on how Apple has handled his computer woes.

More Details On Ultrawideband (UWB) Speed

Macs A Big Presence At Computer Using Educator's Conference

French Plan Would Open iTunes To Other Devices

France is pushing through a law that would force Apple to open its iTunes online music store and enable consumers to download songs onto devices other than the computer maker's popular iPod player.

Citigroup Ups Apple To Buy

Apple is being hamstrung by product transitions, but should start beating earnings estimates again later this year, Citigroup said in upgrading the stock to buy from hold Monday.

Apple Again Pays Jobs $1 Salary

Apple chief Steve Jobs once again took home a $1 salary, although his net worth got a boost as the company's share price continued to soar.

Apple Releases Second 2006 Security Update


Time To Get An iLife - An Apple A Day Keeps Creativity Away

Let's all more better do our job, rather than letting Jobs do it for us.

Customer Experience Files - Taking A Bite Out Of Apple

I spent some time at the Apple Store in tyson's Corner virginia recently. While I'm a huge Mac fan, I must say that our experience was surprisngly underwhelming... In fact, it was bad, folks.

The iPod

Designing a good user experience across hardware and software is hard. There are very few companies which are capable of making the necessary level of investment to make something that's arguabl a work of art, but also a functional music player.

I Lost Something Every Time I Travel

I should force myself to change my routine more often (there's probably a life lesson in there somewhere).

From iPod To MacBook Pro: A Switcher's Tale

Everything from Apple or built for Mac works perfectly and easily, but be prepared for pain if you fall into the middle. I agree with Steve Jobs' mantra of simplification, but not when simplification increases complexity.

All Work And No Play Makes A Quiet MacBook Pro

Running the above-linked tool quiets my MacBook Pro, yet allows compiles and any other ordinary tasks that want to harness my MBP's power to complete at full-speed.


Elgato Eyehome

LightZone 1.0: Image Editor Effectively Simulates Zone System Control And Darkroom Processes

Apple's iWeb Simple, But Not Very Flexible

A Maximum Look At A Mini Mac, Part One

A week living with the Core Duo.



Caped Crusader + Pismo = this.

Windows Mac

Despite the best non-efforts by both Apple and Microsoft, it seems that we are ever getting closer to the day of having Windows run on a Macintosh.

Personally, I'm waiting for the day where Virtual PC runs on an Intel-based Macintosh with lightning speed.


Microsoft Puts Profit On The Line With Web-Based Focus

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