The Apple Core: Archive the year

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Date: Tuesday, December 27th, 2005, 00:29
Category: The Apple Core

One great thing about the Mac is the excellent iLife suite of applications. iTunes is a top top notch music player, ripper and online store. iPhoto is an excellent vault for the thousands of digital photos that I shoot each year. The problem is that both music and photos can fill up your hard drive pretty fast. In fact, I’ve argued before that PowerBook hard drives are the only things that seem to be immune to Moore’s Law. As my music and photo libraries get larger I find myself constantly running out of hard drive space.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.


One great thing about the Mac is the excellent iLife suite of applications. iTunes is a top top notch music player, ripper and online store. iPhoto is an excellent vault for the thousands of digital photos that I shoot each year. The problem is that both music and photos can fill up your hard drive pretty fast. In fact, I’ve argued before that PowerBook hard drives are the only things that seem to be immune to Moore’s Law. As my music and photo libraries get larger I find myself constantly running out of hard drive space.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.

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