updated 10:40 am EDT, Tue April 17, 2007
Jobs for president shirt
In brief: InsanelyGreatTees.com has begun another round of voting for five new tee-shirt designs, one Mac Pro owner is using Cadlock's G5 Rackmount kit to secure his pricey new Mac Pro, and a free update to the Art Files collection utility adds support for Adobe Illustrator CS3 documents. Briksoftware has launched codebeach.org -- a website enabling Mac developers to freely share code -- and MidnightApps.com is poised to release Cha-Ching 1.0. InsanelyGreatTees.com is enabling visitors to vote on a new round of tee-shirt designs, one of which reads: "Steve Jobs For President." Other shirt designs include a monkey iPod advertisement, a smiling iPod, a pixel art-style light bulb, and a simple phrase which reads "'640k ought to be enough for anybody.' - Bill Gates, 1981."
G5 Rackmount Kit
One new Mac Pro owner successfully ordered and made use of a G5 Rackmount Kit from Cadlock. The security device is constructed from steel and aluminum, locking up to two G5 or Mac Pro systems into place with security plates to prevent unauthorized removal.
Art Files adds Illustrator CS3 support
Code Line Communications has released a free update to its Art Files collection utility that brings support for Adobe Illustrator CS3 documents. Art Files is an Illustrator companion designed to collect files as well as fonts. Users can drag-and-drop files onto Art Files to rapidly send files to a printer or colleagues.
CodeBeach.org, Cha-Ching 1.0
Briksoftware has launched codebeach.org, a site enabling Mac developers to freely share code amongst each other; The site is designed to complement developer mailing lists and forums with a central repository, offering useful snippets and classes with easy search functionality.... MidnightApps.com is preparing to release Cha-Ching 1.0 this Friday by announcing a new feature each day leading up to the release; Additionally, users can pre-order the personal finance manager for a discounted rate leading up to the release, with the price rising $5 each day.