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Xicons looks at customizing OSX system icons
Iser continues to update Adium AIM client
Mac OS X developer Adam Iser has posted Adium v1.5b7, an update to the popular AIM client. This update fixes dozens of bugs and brings new features to the ad-free chat software.
Simple script helps fight junk mail
Doug Holton has published a short AppleScript utility that will automatically report SPAM email to the U.S. FTC. SPAM is unsolicited "junk mail" sent by advertisers or malicious users.
MegaSeg gets new features
Fidelity Media today announced a new beta version of MP3 DJ mixing application, MegaSeg. MegaSeg Version 2.1 b5 improves category features -- including a fix for Genre ID3 tags, fixes a problem with importing Mac OS aliases, improves the tracking of moved or renamed files and adds a search BPM and Notes function.
\'Bryce Camp\' takes aim at pro students
The fourth-annual Bryce Camp will be held May 20-24, 2002, in Sedona, Arizona. Students will have the opportunity to spend 5 days in a first-class Mac/PC lab, improving their Corel Bryce skills with help from some of the most talented users. The faculty will include "Real World Bryce 4" author Susan Kitchens, as well as Hollywood digital artist Chris Casady, world-renowned computer artist and computer graphics researcher Dr. Ken Musgrave, 3D artist Scott Tucker, and 3D artist and animator Clay Hagebusch. Tuition is $1000 for: five days of instruction, a "sunset jeep tour," a software and book giveaway and several presentations including those by Corel and Dr. Musgrave.
Sonnet updates PBG3 driver, ships new product
Sonnet has released a firmware update that adjusts specific logic memory timing parameters on the Crescendo/WS processor upgrade card (Wall Street PowerBooks). This fixes operational instability of the Crescendo/WS resulting from installation of certain combinations of DIMM RAM modules. Sonnet also announced it is now shipping the Tempo RAID 133 for G3 and G4 Macs. The product is the latest edition to the Tempo ATA family.
Bookmark until offers increased compatibility
Everyday Software has announced the immediate availability of Bookit v2.2. Bookit is a bookmark management utility for Mac OS X. The new version is offers OmniWeb 4.1 support with divider support, iCab 2.7 support, and the ability to import bookmarks from URL Manager Pro.
Website looks at top five 40GB drives
Hard Disk Info has posted five 'exhaustive' tests of 40GB hard disk drives. The report includes models from Maxtor, Seagate, Fujitsu, IBM and Western Digital.
QuickTime Live! Photo Galleries
ProductionManagerPro to get update
Baseview today announced that an update to ProductionManagerPro, a money-saving production solutions application, will be released this spring. New in ProductionManagerPro is compatibility with Multi-Ad's Creator 6 for ad-building. ProductionManagerPro also works with QuarkXPress (including support for Quark 5), Adobe InDesign 1.5 and Multi-Ad Creator. The new version will be available for preview at the America East trade show March 25-28.
Apple introduces QuickTime 6; release delayed
Apple made three announcements today at QuickTime Live!, including QuickTime 6 with support for MPEG-4, QuickTime Broadcaster for live broadcasting, and a partnership for creating the first wireless content delivery network.
Schiller to deliver QuickTime Live! keynote
Alarm Clock Pro 5.0 adds infinite alarms
Koingo Software's Alarm Clock Pro 5.0 adds the ability to create an infinite number of alarms, better performance under OS X, and other enhancements to its shareware alarm clock application. [Classic, Carbon]
Opera 5.0b5 for OS X adds QuickTime support
Opera 5.0b4 for OS X introduces new features such as support for QuickTime, scroll wheel mouse, as well as various bug fixes.
MS employee comments on iMac
A MacNN reader notes some luke-warm comments were made by a Microsoft employee in a recent c|net interview that asked his impression of the iMac: "'It's a warmed-over Mach (Kernel)...The technology didn't blow me away.' This, from the man in charge of putting a Fisher-Price GUI on Windows 2000 and calling it an entirely new OS."
Aurora posts new Igniter 4.5 drivers
Aurora Video Systems has posted Igniter 4.5 drivers for its DV capture and playback video card, which adds Color Correction 3-way, Gamma Correction, Proc Amp, Wide Screen, Mask Shape, Desaturate to FCP real time capabilities; a new Center Crosshair option to the Safe Area Generator; support for nested RealTime effects; and a 10-bit digital output capability with 16-bit RT processing.
OE2TXT 1.0: AppleScript for archiving emails
Bart Mulier's OE2TXT v 1.0 is an AppleScript that archives messages in folders and / or subfolders in MS Entourage and Outlook Express 5.x into a text file.
Apple files SEC Form 10-Q
Apple's SEC Form 10-Q was filed yesterday, offering several interesting details as to the company's financial standing for the quarterly period ending December 29, 2001. We have some annotated highlights, including details on the company's restructuring plan (i.e., layoffs), equity investment gains, its future outlook, and other notes.
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