Remember our story about the new Army/Air Force Service Exchange selling iBooks and PowerBooks at a discount? Well folks, this one gets better.
A follow-up to our previous story on New Airport Security Procedures for Laptops.
[Paris] I recently returned from flying to Europe via LAX and Frankfurt. This was 2 weeks and 6 weeks after 911. I was not required to remove my PowerBookfrom my carryon bag, although in Frankfurt my bag got x-rayed 6 times over4 different checkpoints. Sometimes they did dual passes.
The Sharp PC-UM10 laptop has claimed the title as the World’s Thinnest Laptop computer – and at a paltry 0.65-inches it blows Apple’s TiBook out of the water in this category.
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[Updated] uControl effectively disables the CAPS LOCK key in Mac OS X.
uControl maps your control key to it’s rightfully intended place on your laptops keyboard; the place thats currently occupied by the oft-unused caps lock key. No more finger acrobatics are required for using control-intensive Unix applications. Caps lock functionality is still available by pressing the Apple modifier key in conjunction with the caps lock key.
ShadowCulture writes: “Been using this tidy little thing with OSX for some weeks now, it remaps the caps lock key to a harmless control key and it’s easy to remove if you don’t like it.”