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Multi-platform Backup Solution -- A reader looking for software that will back up an environment of mixed operating systems finds that the options aren't simple. The TidBITS Talk community rallies, suggesting alternatives. (11 messages)

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Wearable GPS devices -- Do you have a tendency to get lost when you go running? Or maybe you just like to know how far you've gone on each run. Either way, this thread offers suggestions for small GPS devices. (4 messages)

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Statistics software for the Mac -- A continuation of an earlier thread reveals more solutions for good statistical analysis software. (38 messages)

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A TV Watching Monster-- Following Adam's article about the iTV Link cable for connecting a computer to one's television, a reader recommends a similar product. (2 messages)

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