Show Recent Items in Snow Leopard
The Recent Items submenu in the Apple menu is handy, but what if you want to work with a file in there in the Finder, rather than open it? Just press Command when that menu is showing, and all the Applications and Documents change to "Show ... in Finder." This feature is new as of Mac OS X 10.6.3 Snow Leopard.
Hot off the phone lines comes Mark Anbinder's report on the MBDF authors pleading guilty! We also have the details on how IBM managed full-screen, 30 frame per second video on the Ultimedia, a report of a net tizzy over utilities removed from Now Utilities 4.0, notes from the bargain-hunting Murph Sewall on the Abaton Scan 300/Color, and finally, the second installment of our Gateways series, focussing this time on CompuServe.
In regard to Mark Anbinder's article "Watch Out, QuickTime" in TidBITS-139, Robert Wilson offers this clarification. I had an opportunity to check out the IBM Multimedia solutions a few weeks agoShow full article
Three former Cornell students, who had faced a total of forty computer tampering and related charges in connection with the creation and release of the MBDF virus affecting Macintosh computers this February, struck a plea-bargain agreement here in Ithaca yesterday. David Blumenthal and Mark Pilgrim, each of whom had faced felony first degree computer tampering charges, pleaded guilty to one count each of second degree computer tampering, a misdemeanorShow full article
Two tiny extensions have sparked a storm on the nets recently. In a slightly surprising move, Now Software announced that it would remove a few utilities from its popular Now Utilities package when it went to version 4.0Show full article
One of August Macworld's most tempting bargains was the Abaton Scan 300/Color (a 24-bit color flatbed scanner) bundled with Adobe Photoshop 2.0.1 for only $899Show full article
We talked a few issues back (TidBITS-130 and #133) about various fascinating things on the Internet as an introduction to a series of articles aimed at bringing all of the users of commercial services closer together via the InternetShow full article