Ricochet Bounces Back, Cautiously

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Date: Tuesday, February 26th, 2002, 01:27
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InfoManger Roundup: RealPhone, WiredVT

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Date: Tuesday, February 26th, 2002, 01:08
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What to do When Your Airport Base Station Fails

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Date: Tuesday, February 26th, 2002, 00:06
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If you are having problems with your Airport Base Station (ABS) version 1 (the Graphite colored one) do yourself a favor and read Chris Breen’s article on the topic. He talks about Apple’s willingness to be flexible with replacing out of warranty ABS1’s that fail. Click on the article headline (or “read more..” below) to find out what happened to Lando’s ABS1.

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ODBC Drivers for Office 2001

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Date: Monday, February 25th, 2002, 23:00
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Retro PowerBook Manuals

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Date: Monday, February 25th, 2002, 23:37
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Photoshop 7 Reviews

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Date: Monday, February 25th, 2002, 22:27
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I.B.M. Circuits Are Now Faster and Reduce Use of Power

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Date: Monday, February 25th, 2002, 14:07
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The Ultimate Guide to Photoshop 7.0

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Date: Sunday, February 24th, 2002, 23:00
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Weekend Update: Photoshop 7 for OS X Announced Today

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Date: Sunday, February 24th, 2002, 12:58
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MPEG-4 Licensing Fees: MPEG-LA Reponds

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Date: Friday, February 22nd, 2002, 10:51
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If you responded to Apple’s criticism of MPEG-4 licensing fees for content owners, you may have gotten a response like this one from Larry Horn, VP, Licensing, MPEG-4 Licensing group. Thankfully, MPEG-LA put together a thoughtful response, and this information is interesting: if your content is free, you are not subject to license fees as a content provider. MPEG-LA also stresses that the licensing terms were just announced Jan. 31, and that the parties involved may change those terms — though the process of discussion could take months. Click read more for the full letter from MPEG-LA.

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