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Bending Apple's ear
But is anyone listening?
- Giles Turnbull [ Jan. 18, 2006 02:33 PM | Subject(s): Mac , General | Permalink]

Too much JavaScript
For the first time in my life, and purely by accident, I have looked at the Apple website with JavaScript disabled. What I discovered surprised me.
- FJ de Kermadec [ Jan. 18, 2006 12:48 AM | Subject(s): Mac , Mac | Permalink]

Have you looked at iTunes?
iTunes is turning into a slow, ineffective mess of an application. Surprisingly, nobody seems to notice these discrepancies, focusing instead on the brilliant iPod and the Music Store. Let's not forget iTunes is the center of the puzzle.
- FJ de Kermadec [ Jan. 18, 2006 12:22 AM | Subject(s): Mac , Digital Democracy, Digital Media, General, Mac, Technology & Society | Permalink]

Going Universal (or, UB for Short)
With the Intel Macs out, it's time to make your app Universal...
- Chuck Toporek [ Jan. 17, 2006 06:33 PM | Subject(s): Mac , Mac | Permalink]

Side By Side: G5 and Intel
What happens when you put two 20" iMacs next to each other, one Intel, one G5, and synchronize a boot cycle?
- Tom Bridge [ Jan. 17, 2006 12:49 PM | Subject(s): Mac , Mac | Permalink]

The Genius behind the Apple Store
Deal with repair problems for non-working Macs and iPods in front of potential buyers? Genius.
- Daniel H. Steinberg [ Jan. 17, 2006 12:15 PM | Subject(s): Mac | Permalink]

More BlackBerry/Mac Good News
PocketMac for BlackBerry - features for the next release.
- Dave Mabe [ Jan. 17, 2006 11:27 AM | Subject(s): Wireless , Mac, Wireless | Permalink]

Pages is a Kinder, Gentler Way to Deal with .Doc Files
Apple's Pages has become my favorite way to create workbooks for teaching. But Pages 2 raises the bar, especially in terms of MS Word compatibility.
- Derrick Story [ Jan. 17, 2006 09:31 AM | Subject(s): Mac | Permalink]

So long, Windows Media Player on OS X
Microsoft abandons its feeble Windows Media player for the Mac. Good thing or bad thing?
- Chris Adamson [ Jan. 16, 2006 11:21 AM | Subject(s): Mac , Digital Media | Permalink]

Score 1 for iTunes AAC!
Here’s a happy surprise: When you burn an iTunes podcast file to CD, iTunes converts the chapters into CD tracks. Plus—a simple AppleScript that lets you jump to the exact second you want to hear in a long audio file.
- David Battino [ Jan. 15, 2006 11:16 PM | Subject(s): Digital Media , General, Mac, Podcasting, Windows | Permalink]

Better DVD Menu Music
Yesterday at Macworld, I got a chance to ask DVD expert Bruce Nazarian a question that has baffled me since I started making DVDs: How the heck do you avoid the glitch when the menu music loops?
- David Battino [ Jan. 13, 2006 06:42 PM | Subject(s): Digital Media , Digital Media, General, Hacks, Mac | Permalink]

Salvaging QuickTime 6 Pro
I wanted back full screen mode, and I got it.
- Matthew Russell [ Jan. 13, 2006 03:13 PM | Subject(s): Mac , Mac | Permalink]

Triple Boot on Intel-Based Macs?
The value of having Windows, Linux, and Mac all running natively on one single machine would be a blessing for many.
- Ming Chow [ Jan. 13, 2006 09:47 AM | Subject(s): Mac , Linux, Security | Permalink]

Intel Mac dev tools
Intel offers up a suite of performance-boosting development tools, including optimized C/C++ and Fortran compilers, for Intel-based Macs.
- Chris Adamson [ Jan. 12, 2006 12:00 PM | Subject(s): Mac , C/C++ | Permalink]

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