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Wednesday, November 29, 2006


A Head For Relationships

"I knew instantly this was the way to go, because it automated so many things, so easily. But, most important, it also had all these cool features designed to help you stay in touch with customers."

Merlin 2.0 Features Report Generator

Security Update 2006-007 Released

Universal Music May Seek Royalty Deal With iPod

Universal Music group Chief Executive Doug Morris said on Tuesday he may try to fashion an iPod royalty fee with Apple in the next round of negotiations in early 2007.

Tabblo A Blow To iPhoto

MacForge Exceeds 40,000 Mac Open Source Project

ShredItX 'Shreds' Hard Disk Free Space


Docktop, Curiosity... Satisfied!

Palm CEO Ed Colligan's Head Seems To Be Stuck Somewhere

Thomas Hawk Buys A Mac

It just works. And it feels so great while it does that.


Wireless Video Streaming From OS X To Your TV?

Windows Vs. Linux Vs. OS X

"I used to think that the Macintosh was something used by free spirits just to be different. Now I realize the Mac has such superior human factor engineering that it's used by people because they can be more productive. If Apple comes up with a 2- or 2.5-pound 12-inch-screen laptop that runs cool, has better integration with Exchange, and if Vista turns out to be the beast it could be, then I probably will move to a Mac."

Diamond Detective: Changing Layouts, Mix Of Puzzles And Logic Put New Spin On Matching Game

Worth checking out for casual puzzle gamers.


Who Will Win In the Negotiation Table?

Which do you think is more likely to happen, should Apple remove all Universal's music from the iTunes store? A) Large number of customers abandon iPod to buy Zune so that they can legally buy Universal's music, or B) More Universal's music gets pirated, or C) Nobody cares.

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