SETI@home Server Outages Continue

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DVD Playback for Mac OS X is Here, Kinda

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Tokyo, Tokyo, Come in Tokyo

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MacHack: Light Sleeper Hack For PBG4

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10.0.4: A Significant Update for PowerBook Users

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Apple’s fifth official iteration of OS X, 10.0.4 is available now and in addition

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Columbus, OH Apple Store Confirmed

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Argument for the new PowerBook G3

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At first I was very wary of the possibility of a third laptop making the product lineup. The new iBook is so feature rich, it makes it hard to believe that a product could be sold between the iBook and the PowerBook. But then I took a closer look at these offerings.

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PaceBlade Announced Tablet/Notebook at PC Expo

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NECC: Steve Jobs' Keynote in Chicago

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I just returned from NECC (National Educational Computing Conference) at McCormick Place in Chicago where Steve Jobs was the keynote speaker. His address was full of the customary pro-Apple/pro-education info which one might expect. In fact, it may have been a bit too predictable.

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More Feedback from NECC/Chicago

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I arrived at McCormick Place at 6:45 this morning, to find registration in full swing and about 100 people already in line for Steve Jobs’s 8:30 keynote address. I noticed almost immediately when entering the facility that Apple had the predominant corporate presence, with an impressive booth just inside the door of the show floor, Apple-logo goodie bags, and lots of people wandering around with Apple Distinguished Educator polo shirts.

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