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Briefly: review; Spider-Man 3 trailer

updated 11:15 am EDT, Thu June 29, 2006

Review, Spider-Man 3

In brief: MacNN has reviewed the Super-Deluxe Bag and Laptop Insert ($100 for bag, $35 for sleeve) from CourierWare, a handmade bag made from tough nylon.... Kensington is offering a 10 percent discount on its new cases, as well as free shipping through July 30th.... Apple's iTunes Music Store was scheduled to host the exclusive premiere of the Spider-Man 3 trailer, until pirates posted the trailer first on YouTube.... The CEO of HealthWare has announced the iHealth Trade-In, Trade-Up Program, allowing buyers of other Mac OS X software for the dental, medical, and chiropractic healthcare professions to purchase iDental or iMedical with a 50 percent credit for previously purchased software.... ToMarket, a class designed to teach attendees how to become a successful vendor of commercial software built with FileMaker Pro, is scheduled to take place just prior to the FileMaker Developer Conference in August of 2006.... Linspire has released the Linspire Mini Koobox, a small form-factor Linux machine starting at $400 after a $100 mail-in rebate.

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  1. jwdsail

    Joined: Dec 1969


    re: Spiderman article...


    I'm sorry, but am I the only one that thinks the linked article uses the word "Victim" a tad loosely???


    I'd already watched the trailer at before I even heard about this. I'm sure I'm not the only one... And, last I checked, Apple doesn't sell ads at their trailer site, they get zero income from their trailer site... Um, again.. Victim???

    The RIAA and MPAA keep burning bridges and slamming doors shut, and honest consumers will end up screwed in the end due to their complete incompetence, lack of foresight, etc. Hyperbole like this adds nothing to the industries (or their mouthpieces) credibility...



  1. eldarkus

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Come on. It's a freakin trailer for god sake. ie: An advertisment. On no.. our ad leaked to the public! SH*T.. now everyone is going to see it. I know advertisers hate that!!!!

    But while Apple makes no money, they may have had extra visitors to thier site, which could boost sales for them.

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