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Archive for June 2006

June 30th, 2006

Apple and Intel: One Year After

It’s been a year since Steve Jobs announced Apple’s transition to the Intel platform. Macworld has an interesting article on how the transition has been so far.
My personal take on this is that Apple has indeed done a good job. From a consumer standpoint there’s been little headache adapting to the Intel platform. Although [...]

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June 29th, 2006

Leopard OS 10.5 Tabbed Browsing in Finder

Here’s a short video of how OS 10.5 “Leopard” prerelese can show off tabbed browsing in the Finder windows.

You can check it out here.

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June 28th, 2006

Plaxo eCards versus .Mac iCards

Alright! This is indeed the battle of the century. On the left corner, wearing the signature iPod-white shorts is the .Mac account, a value-added PIM service and backup system exclusive to .Mac members.
On the right corner, we have Plaxo, the world’s most popular PIM synchronizing tool that’s compatible with almost all OS platforms.
But for [...]

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June 26th, 2006

Apple To Preview Leopard At WWDC

In a PR statement dated June 26,2006, Apple announced that Steve Jobs will lead Apple execs in a keynote speech during the World Wide Developers Conference this coming August 7 to 11. The main highlight of this keynote is a preview of Leopard. Apple’s new Mac OS X.
A lot of speculation has been going around [...]

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June 23rd, 2006

Eject! Eject!

There are a lot of good things about the Mac that I absolutely love. Unfortunately nothing is perfect. One of my pet peeves with using the Mac is that I have to manually eject iPods, external drives, CDs/DVDs. Sometimes I forget and I either get a warning from my Mac that I failed to remove [...]

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June 21st, 2006

Camino 1.0.2 Released

If you’re a Firefox and a Mac user you might want to give Camino a try. Camino uses the Gecko rendering engine which is also used by Firefox.
I’ve been cycling through several browsers. For work and for play. I use mainly use Firefox, Camino and Safari. I still use Firefox for the extensions that are [...]

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June 21st, 2006

Blogging From TextMate

This post was made with TextMate.
I knew I didn’t make a mistake when I chose TextMate as my default text editor. Not only do I write articles here but I also code HTML and CSS from TextMate. Now I can even blog from this nifty app. Brad Choate has developed a bundle for TextMate that [...]

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June 21st, 2006

Those new Apple ads

Last week, Apple had released part two of their “I’m a Mac, I’m a PC” ad campaign. The three new ads drive home the point that Macs
(1) are not boring
(2) are fun to use
(3) don’t have separate parts or drivers
(4) can run Windows (!!!)
(5) oh yeah and the no virus thing
I don’t know about [...]

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June 18th, 2006

Apple Favoring Parallels Over Boot Camp?

TUAW reports that in Apple’s Get A Mac page they mention Parallels instead of Boot Camp as the option for running Windows XP on your Mac. Does this mean that Apple is favoring virtualization over dual booting? Well.. in my opinion it’s still early to decide.
Of course virtualization on paper should be the better choice. [...]

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June 16th, 2006

Interview with Dominique James Part III

This is the last part of our interview with Dominique James. You can read the first part here and the second part here.
Any interesting gossip with models and Macs?

The models usually have the least number of songs in their iPods. They have the slimmest collection of music. With my Mac computer setup in the studio, [...]

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