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Briefly: review; Nebraska store?

updated 06:35 pm EDT, Thu May 18, 2006

Review; Nebraska store?

In brief: MacNN has reviewed Business Card Composer ($35) from BeLight Software.... Apple is planning to open a new store in Omaha Nebraska, according to one MacNN reader who saw a link on careerbuilder.com (which has apparently expired), in Village Point on 160th and Dodge road.... MacSpeech has released a new ScriptPak for iPhoto 6, adding nearly 120 commands to iListen.... Carrie Scott has introduced JamBand for iPod nano ($17), a sport wristband for iPod users with active lifestyles.... MacroEnter has announced complete Mac compatibility for Seiko's Teriostar LP-1010 and LP-101 MF printers using Microspot's X-RIP software.




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  1. bsieg

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    Nebraska store

    The store has been advertised on Apple's job page for awhile now. I don't know how to link to a job search but this is the manager listing:

    Title: Store Manager Req. ID: 2597912 Location: Omaha-Village Point-R190, Nebraska Country: United States Req Date: 23-Mar-2006

    I think the estimate was for a fall opening. I can't tell which location in the mall that it's going into yet. Only 5 minutes from my house which is bad news for the bank account.

  1. greenG4

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    Finally!

    A store close to home, just a couple of miles to the malls in Omaha! WooHOOOOO!

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