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Thursday, November 23, 2006


iPods Help Kids Plug In To Schoolwork

Louisa-Muscatine educators are using the digital audio/video players to help students with learning disabilities.

Apple In Top 3 UK Online Retailers

Consumer Reports Rates Apple Best Place To Shop

Readers reported that Apple topped the charts for consumer satisfaction in two of three categories: Best place to buy directly from the manufacturer, and best walk-in store.

New And Improved

Fission: Streamlined audio editor designed to get you editing in minutes, not hours.

Downfall: Drop stacks of colored blocks to form lines that will react and disappear.

SafariDepot: Synchronize your Safari bookmark file between different Macs with a FTP or FTPS server.


Apple, Spaces And Virtual Desktops In Leopard

A look at Apple's Spaces technologies - who will benefit most?

Apple's Night Before Black Friday

... What to my wondering eyes should appear, But a magical sleigh full of brand new Mac gear.

Death Of An iPod

It could be said that it died young, but given the early mortality rates of these MP3 players, it had a comparatively long life of giving musical pleasure.

Give And You Shall Receive

What is good for one shareware product may not be good for another.


Scrabble: New Game Lets Mac Users Relive The Fun Of The Classic Board Game

Scrabble from Gamehouse is a fine value for anyone who wants to relive the fun of Hasbro's classic criss-crossing word board game on their Mac.

Evoluent Mouse-Friendly Keyboard: Interesting Design Marred By Poor Key Layout

Despite its compact size and interesting design, most Mac users will find this keyboard disorienting and frustrating to use.

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