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Mac Digital Art Gallery to be held
The second annual Digital Art Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky, which will feature art created solely on the Macintosh platform, will take place at the Oxmoor Center from August 23rd - August 31st. There will be free public admission during shopping hours. Apple is a co-sponsor of the event, alongside Microsoft and Lexmark.
FireWire TA names new exec director
The 1394 Trade Association, which manages the Apple-invented FireWire standard, has named James Snider as its new executive director. Snider joins the Trade Association from Texas Instruments, Inc., to assume a newly created position. "I am confident that 1394 (FireWire) will soon be available on most notebooks and home PCs, in addition to digital A/V products," Snider said.
CNET posts history of the PC article
CNET has posted a detailed report about the history of the personal computer, including choronicles regarding Apple, IBM, Microsoft, and other key players in the late 70s and early 80s. The report includes an article dubbed "Apple's lead evaporates" discussing the company's refusal to license and other issues.
OS X: themes files causes problems under 10.1
osx.macnn.com notes a potentially serious incompatibility between current (private) OS X 10.1 builds and currently circulating theme files that could result in system corruption as well as a report on an updated Griffin iMate OS X 1.0b5 driver.
Salon.com receives Adobe cash
Salon.com has received a $2.5 million cash infusion from former Adobe CEO John Warnock. The online magazine announced it had lost $5.5 million in the last reported fiscal quarter due to declining ad sales. Apple was one of the initial investors in Salon.com.
IE 5.5SP2 imcompatible with QuickTime
A note from Apple engineering staff to the QuickTime VR mailing list says that "IE 5.5 SP2 [for Windows] will not use the QuickTime plug-in no matter what you do. Microsoft has disabled all 'Netscape style' plug-ins, there is nothing you can do. Look for information from us about how work around this problem in the near future." [emphasis removed]
Registration for PalmSource open
Registration is now open for PalmSource 2001, Palm Inc's fifth annual worldwide developers conference. The conference will take place Oct. 23-26 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. Participants may register now at http://www.palmsource.com.
textSOAP 3.0 for OS X has new features
unmarked software has released textSOAP 3.0, which brings native OS X support to the popular internet text cleaning uility. It offers system-wide integration under OS X, printing support, scriptability via AppleScript, customization of "cleaner" lists, and a new auto update feature as well as interface improvements and new cleaners. The $20 system utility is available as a $10 upgrade to existing users.
OS X 10.1 imcompatible with OS X Themes
Colin Cornaby notes that the upcoming OS X 10.1 is incompatible with currently circulating OS X Themes and may cause serious problems for users attempting to use themes:
"Apple has changed the architecture of the .rsrc file holding vital theme components in Mac OS 10.1. This renders current themes incompatible with Mac OS 10.1 because current themes meant for Mac OS 10.0.X use a older, incompatible architecture. Using older themes with 10.1 can result in corruption of the system, and failure to boot. This problem occurs with both XMorph and MetaMorphX. A patch will be issued around the release of 10.1 to update the Aqua theme to be compatible. People should contact the developers of themes they use for plans on making themes 10.1 compatible."
Tech: Broadband grows, Code Red costs $2B...
Early morning tech news: High speed internet access grew 158 percent in 2000 to nearly 7.1 million homes, according to an FCC report; the estimated costs of the PC-worm Code Red II is more than $2 billion; Iomega is cutting 1,250 jobs and taking a restructuring charge of up to $65 million next quarter in a move to achieve profitability.
TitleTrack Jukebox 2.3 supports MP3 files
TitleTrack Jukebox 2.3, a free update to the $290 application for controlling Sony's line of music CD changers, adds support for MP3 and other sound files.
iBook: \"best home/college laptop ever\"
Walter S. Mossberg recommends the new iBook over the Titanium PowerBook G4, saying that the "iBook is the best home or college laptop I've ever seen, and that includes all of the Windows machines."
mPeople 2.0: PIM gets new database engine
mPeople 2.0, a new personal contact manager, includes a new database engine and adds an option to add pictures to the contact file, search functions, more custom fields, and support for unlimited files.
iMate OS X 1.0b5 driver improves performance
Griffin Technology has posted a new beta version of the OS X driver for its popular iMate USB to ADB adapter, iMate OS X 1.0b5. Version 1.0b5 improves performance and reliability of the drive and offers support for up to 15 connected ADB devices under OS X.
Maxum PageSentry 4.0 for OS X, adds reporting
Maxum's server monitoring application PageSentry 4.0 is now available as an OS X native application. Version 4.0 also adds better reporting features, improved Sentry/Notifier/Group management, and the ability to suspend testing at specific times of the day or day of the week. The entry-level "one-site" license is now $95, while the ISP version is $595. [form]
AOL, MSN at bottom, Earthlink on top
America Online and MSN are among the worst-rated ISPs according to a Consumer Reports survey to be published in an upcoming issue. The survey gave "high marks" to AT&T WorldNet, BellSouth and EarthLink, Apple's ISP partner, for overall satisfaction.
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