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KCRW giving away \"mystery\" Mac
Several MacNN readers note that the radio station KCRW is holding a contest for which the grand prize is "a fancy new Apple Computer to be announced January 7th," as well as an iPod. Users who subscribe to the station between now and February 1, 2002 are automatically entered.
HyperCard Group to hold session at Expo
iHUG (the International HyperCard Users Group) plans to hold a special session regarding the current state, and future of Apple's now largely defunct HyperCard programming software at next week's expo in San Francisco. The event will take place at the Users Group lounge of the Moscone Center on Wednesday, January 9, from 10:00 to 11:00 am.
Split&Concat 1.0b1 manages large files
Split&Concat 1.0b1 is a freeware utility to split or recombine large files (for use with newsgroups or if a file is too large to put on one CD).
Cocoa port of Quake II for OS X available
Fruitz Of Dojo has released Quake II for OS X, a Cocoa port of the popular first person shooter. The download includes both software and OpenGL renderer plug-ins.
SetiDockling 2.0 adds multiple client display
Rémi Zara has released SetiDockling 2.0, a rewrite of the application that monitors and controls any running SETI@home clients. It offers the ability to store preferences for any number of clients, and display two pieces of information from two of these clients and adds AppleScript support.
JobOrder 10.0 gets 2,000 enhancements
Management Software next week will debut JobOrder 10.0, which includes over 2,000 enhancements to the business application for scheduling, estimating, job costing, project management and accounting operations. It includes benchmark reports, email functions to contacts, calendar enhancements, dynamic project/road maps, project estimates (with internal approval routing), new notification rules, and a report center for storing report preferences.
MovieWorks 5.2 available for OS X.
MovieWorks Deluxe 5.2 for OS X is expected to introduced next week at the Expo. The multimedia authoring suite includes five functionally related production applications for producing digital (DV) video, photos, graphics, animations, narration, MIDI, MP3, CD music, text and titling, and even Virtual Reality (VR) movies. The $120 application is availale for $50 to registered owners of the Classic version. A free update for v5.1 owners will be available next week.
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