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May 9, 2007

Disney Sells 23.7M TV Show, 2M Movies Via iTunes

by AppleInsider

Thus Far, iTunes and Disney have combined to sell around 23.7 million TV episodes and 2 million movies.

The Secret Of Apple Design

by Daniel Turner, MIT Technology Review

The inside (sort of) story of why Apple's industrial-design machine has been so successful.

Hello Again, Windows

by Graceful Flavor

My problem with Cubrilovic's story isn't his story itself, but rather some of the uppity, told-you-so responses that are out there, most flowing from biased sources who pretend to be objective.

Vista Team Heads Off iPod Corruption With Update

by Jacqui Cheng, Ars Technica

The Windows Vista team has been working closely with Apple to "ensure a great experience in using Windows Vista with iTunes and the iPod." At least that's according to Nick White of the Windows Vista Team Bog. Why is he telling us this? Because the Vista Team has published an update for iPod-toting Vista users. The final one, that is.

Thoughts On Apple TV

by John Carroll, ZDNet

Considering Apple's DNA, where does Apple TV fit? Living room electronics don't really play to Apple's strengths.

One More Thing...

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

"Let's roll." "Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" "You can't handle the truth!"

Probably to fill pages, USA Today has a list of the 25 most memorable quotes.

And over at item #17 is one from our favorite fruit company: "One more thing."

(via Digg)

Wanted: Apple Mail Mini Player

by Derek Powazek

Apple's Mail app is probably the single most-used application I have. And it's bulky.

Apple Execs Confident iPhone Will Ship On Time And In Volume

by Prince McLean and Kasper Jade, AppleInsider

Investment banking analysts for UBS just returned from a meeting in Cupertino with members of Apple's executive team, who were described as being "confident" about their company's strategy and "very upbeat" about the prospect for new products.

Mac Office 2004 V11.3.5 Addresses Security

by MacNN

A Shopping Experience Like No Other

by Bob LeVitus, Houston Chronicle

Fireworks CS3: New CS3 Family Member Makes Designing Web Sites Easier Than Ever

by Cyndy Cashman, Macworld

The new Pages panel, improved integration with other Adobe CS3 products, and the addition of intelligent scaling are reasons enough to upgrade. The ability to create slide shows, create custom colors, and use Photoshop effects are just icing on the cake.

Lineform 1.3: Reasonably Priced Drawing Program Fills Niche For Non-Professionals

by David Karlins, Macworld

If you're looking for an easy-to-use, affordable vector drawing package that can create EPS and PDF files, it's hard to imagine a better deal than Lineform 1.3.2. If you need to collaborate on projects with illustration professionals, you'll need the more robust set of tools that come with Adobe Illustrator.

Mystery Of Shark Island: Addictive Puzzle Game Offers A Day At The Beach For Gamers

by Peter Cohen, Macworld

Mystery of Shark Island has a couple of flaws that make the game more frustrating than challenging, but it's a very addictive game that will test your visual acuity and make you feel like you've spent the day at the beach.

By Heng-Cheong Leong