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Monday, May 29, 2006


Apple's iTunes Solo Act Is Getting Competition

Apple can't be expected to think of every bright new idea in digital music, and won't change its ways unless there's a real threat that customers will go elsewhere.

Port Everything! More On Apeiron

Getting better is certainly something all platforms should strive towards. But to me, the most amazing feat is that an 11-year-old game like Apeiron, thanks to the efforts of people like Matt Slot, is still exactly as great as it ever was.


Apple Store: Family Unfriendly?

The Apple Computer "Apple Store" webpage says 'Apple is committed to providing assistance to its customers with special needs,' but don't believe a word of it — at least, not if you're short.


Mac Still King For Editing Digital Movies

If home moviemaking is important to you, it may be worth it to include a new Mac mini (at the least) in your budget when shopping for your camcorder outfit.


Sucky Monday

This is a story about why DRM sucks — which we all know. But, more importantly, this is also a story about why Microsoft's horizontal integration of the music business sucks even more with DRM thrown in.

Five O'Clock World

'Cause it's a five o'clock world when the whistle blows
No one owns a piece of my time, and
There's a long-haired girl who waits, I know
To ease my troubled mind.

— The Vogues, "Five O'Clock World"

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