I received the following email from LandWare regarding Pocket Quicken and Quicken 2002 for the Mac:
Pocket Quicken 2.01 now available for Macintosh
LandWare is very pleased to announce that Pocket Quicken 2.01 is now available for immediate electronic download for the Macintosh. Pocket Quicken 2.01 for the Palm OS is compatible with all US/Canadian Versions of Quicken 2001 or later and supports handheld devices running Palm OS 2.0 or greater. Packed with over 100 new features and enhancements, Pocket Quicken 2.01 represents the most comprehensive handheld personal finance application available today.
Updated 05 December with your feedback.
Apple has been putting out the most innovative hardware and software of any tech company out there in recent years. However, there is always room for improvement. Here are a couple that I’d like to see…
Updated 04 December after the job postings were changed.
Apple had posted several interesting job postings for their iPod division, then suddenly changed the descriptions to be much more generic. The former descriptions are an interesting insight into what the future may hold for iPod.
Updated 05 December with new information on FireWire specs.
There are two issues: 1) The format of the camcorder data on FireWire is specified by IEC-61883. There are six sections to this spec. The DV data format is specified by sections two (standard definition) and three (high definition). The MPEG format is covered in section four. Question: Does the DCR-IP7 conform to IEC-61883-4?2) If the answer to the above is ‘yes’, then the next question is "When will Apple support IEC-61883-4?"Despite Apple having invented FireWire, Microsoft is far ahead in taking advantage of it. Apple needs to move quickly to catch up. If Sony is conforming to the published specs for data transport on FireWire, then lack of compatibility with the Macintosh is (largely) an Apple problem. [JOC]