X-Tips: The Keynote Import Extravaganza

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Date: Monday, March 3rd, 2003, 00:00
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Sneak Peak of QuarkXpress 6 on Mac Night Owl

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Date: Monday, March 3rd, 2003, 00:00
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One of the hottest topics of late, what will QuarkXpress look like on OS X, when will it arrive, and will there be any new features? Gene will ask these questions and more on Friday’s The Mac Night Owl LIVE. This is one guest I’m excited to hear from, and get my own questions answered.

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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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