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Mozilla 0.94: browser gets updated
A new version of Mozilla 0.94, AOL/Netscape's open-source browser effort, is now available bringing the ability to disable pop-up ads, experimental support for LDAP protocols, improved off-line IMAP support, and the ability to set an arbritrary file as your bookmarks file.
Stylish new Internet café uses iMacs
Neighborhood Nerve Center highlights a stylish new Internet café in San Francisco (corner of Fulton and Divisadero), which utilizes 12 iMacs--connected via AirPort--as well as a variety of other multimedia tools and software, including iMovie, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, and Dreamweaver. Cost is only $2 for unlimited access. However, MacNN reader Mike Kauffmann had some comments after his visit:
I went to that "Neighborhood Nerve Center" on Divisidero in San Francisco last Monday (9/10) to see wahat it was like. It's a dump. There was trash on the floor and looked like a wild 15-year-old's bedroom. Thanks, but no thanks. The Red Roaster needs a "Mom" to clean up after these people. I'm surprised Apple would tout this place on their website. [updated]
Apple retail store opens in Tampla, FL
Apple Store International Plaza opened this morning in Tampa, FL.
Sonnet launches new free RAM promo
Sonnet's new "128MB for Free" promotion offers a free 128MB RAM module with the purchase of any Sonnet Crescendo/7200 upgrade from any Sonnet reseller or from the Sonnet online store. The promotion, which ends at the end of the month, requires customers to submit a completed mail-in form by October 15th.
JPEG Deux 1.1: slideshows for OS X
Peter Ammon has released JPEGDeux 1.1, an update to his open-source OS X application for displaying slideshows. New features include better handling of aliases and corrupt images, greater customization options, and increased friendliness with other apps in full-screen mode.
Apple rebrands Back-to-school promo
A MacNN reader notes that Apple's back-to-school promotion headline, "It's payback time", has been changed as a result of last Tuesday's tragedies and Apple has created new electronic materials for the offer, utilizing a new headline, "Right on the money;" however, Apple's Web-based marketing materials have yet to be updated.
Jasmine 1.1.7: multitrack audio editor/mixer
Robert "Buzz" Hill has released Jasmine 1.1.7, a $40 multitrack audio editor/mixer that adds the ability to switch among three moving tape display modes, including a visual sound mode, a fader only mode and an output mode, which shows theeffect of the fader on the sound in each track. A free demo is available.
MacTella 1.3.3: Mac Gnutella client updated
CXC has released MacTella 1.3.3, an update to the Mac client for Gnutella peer-to-peer file sharing system. Version 1.3.3 fixes some problems under Mac OS 8.6 and has other enhancements.
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