Posted by: Jason O'Grady
Date: Monday, December 19th, 2005, 21:33
PowerPage reader Darren submits this “Ask PowerPage” question:
I’m a long time reader of the PowerPage and had a question I figured you (or your other readers) might be able to answer.
In the past year or so I’ve seen a decent amount of hi-res audio (24bit, multi-channel) sources pop up on bt.etree.org (a community for sharing the live concert recordings of trade friendly artists). Do you know of an application for OS X that can make use of these sources to burn DVD-As? Thanks for the help & keep up the great work.
If you have any insight, please post it in the comments below.
Posted by: PowerPage Contributor
Date: Monday, December 19th, 2005, 00:00
Unfortunately, Snoop and Jamie Fox won’t be on hand to help IE-for-the-Mac find clemency. Microsoft gave us fair warning back in June 2003 saying that Internet Explorer for the Mac would “undergo no further development, and support would cease in 2005”. So, on December 31st, 2005 Microsoft is pulling the plug on IE, or administering the fluid, or whatever metaphor you wish to use.
You will still be able to download Internet Explorer from the Mactopia site, but only until the end of January. On a positive note for Mr. Jobs, Microsoft is encouraging users to migrate over to Apple’s Safari.