New Apple Music Service?

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Date: Friday, February 28th, 2003, 08:30
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Macteens Hacked!

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Date: Friday, February 28th, 2003, 07:15
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DVD-R / DVD+R Wars Continue

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Date: Friday, February 28th, 2003, 05:07
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WSJ Praises Mac Bluetooth

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Date: Friday, February 28th, 2003, 02:31
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Success with Sprint PCS Merlin Card and PowerBook

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Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2003, 14:18
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Audio Recording: Apple Knew 17" PBs Would be Late in January

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Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2003, 08:44
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TransPod Discount – Exclusive to PowerPage Readers

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Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2003, 07:56
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Longing for FinderPop in X?

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Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2003, 06:14
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Ittec by Balance Software is a worthy successor to the old “pintware” utility by Turlough O’Conner called FinderPop. Before my switch to OSX, I used a single button mouse and relied on FinderPop to bring up contextual menus without the need to control click. After switching to OSX, I opted for a two button mouse with a scroll wheel. Great solution for contextual menus with built-in OSX support, but I still needed a better way to navigate and launch than just the Dock. In OS9 I could just click on the unused portion of the menu bar and access a folder with various aliases of applications and data with FinderPop. In OSX, I kept that folder in the dock and then tried Max Menus which provided hot buttons in the corners of my screen to bring up various menus with files and applications. I kept data in the upper right and applications in the lower right. Eventually, I found hitting the corners tedious and tried PiPop. Click ‘Read More’ for the full story.

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High School Art Class Paints iBook

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Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2003, 05:45
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X Tips: Don't Just Boot — Safe Boot

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Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2003, 01:01
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