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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Redmond Start Your Photocopiers

O.k., Microsoft really has lost all (if it had any) of it's creativity. Oh boy,oh boy, Microsoft Gadgets? what a Dashboard (wedgets) knock off!
I have this one desktop picture on my G5 and was gonna use it for this article, but while surfing the web I saw that MacDailyNews and myself felt the same and they used the same picture.
All I wanna know is how can a company so big Microsoft not be able to come up with their own ideas?.

I felt and answered the same way MacDailyNews was so much, that decided I'll just let you read their article.


Hey, but why stop there? Why not copy Apples look of certain software?

Oh, sorry looks like you already did that with Office 12
It was said perfect in the MacDailys news article:
"We even know the address from whence such cool ideas and technologies come: 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014".


Intel Employee Speaks!
Last monday (9/5/05) a article was written with a "intel employee".
While the motives to this website are up in the air for me. I decided to let you read it and let you make your own decision.

But let me let you in on something I saw that made this article "iffy" for me.

I don't know about you, but writing somebodys response to your question and putting what seems like what your feelings as the writer (the happy smile at the end) seemed kind of suspicious to me.

While some may say they are "hobbyists sharing tips on getting Mac OS X for Intel running on commodity PC hardware", Let's call them what they really are, illegal hackers.
The only good that may come out of this is Apple watching what comes out of this and staying ahead of the game. But what makes you think there not? Thay have been at testing these chips on every OSX OS for 4 years now.


Young People With Old Ears

Here we go again, wired running out of news? The old hearing loss article...again. How many news companys are gonna re-do this, over and over.
I'll let you read how I felt about this this kind of news here

Apple Deals

Well it seem like Apple has cut the price of its refurbished iPod minis, following the recent introduction of the iPod nano. The The 4GB refurbished iPod mini now available for $159 and the 6GB refurbished iPod mini is available for $199 at the Apple Store.

Apple's special deal for education customers also ends next week, offering a free iPod mini or up to $179 off the purchase of an iPod mini (education pricing) when purchased along with a Mac. The promo ends on September 24, 2005 and offers a savings of up to $479. Including standard education discounts on both the iPod and Mac.

Updates
Well Apple late yesterday released Java 1.3.1 and Java 1.4.2 Release 2 updates for Tiger Wednesday. You can get the updates through Software Update, or through Apple's Support site.





Aspyr Media on Tuesday released a free patch for its multi-player first-person shooter Star Wars Battlefront.

Well according to the Mac Observer it fixes a bug that affected games hosted through the Mac-only online service GameRanger. Previously, players were forced to late-join the games; now, everyone in the waiting room will enter the game as soon as it launches.


Blizzard also came out with a patch(1.11b) for their Diablo II series. It fixes a bug that could cause a crash when you return to chat after playing a game on Battle.net.
Also fixes a bug that could cause a crash when the runeword "Peace" was equipped on a hireling.

They also released the World of Warcraft 1.7 Content Patch, This patch adds many upgrades and bug fixes, and also includes a substancial amount of new content. The patch is currently avaible for download and will be installed automatically the next time users play World of Warcraft.

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