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Move Lines with Keyboard in BBEdit

In BBEdit, you can move the line of text that currently contains the cursor up and down with Control-↑ and Control-↓. If you wish to change the shortcut, go to Preferences > Menus & Shortcuts, and then choose Edit > Move Line Up/Down.

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Administrivia

We'll be moving our Internet server sometime this week. FTP, Gopher, and Web access to king.tidbits.com will be down at some point, and mail to all addresses at tidbits.com won't be delivered until the machine comes back upShow full article

Apple to Reorganize & Lay Off 1,300 People

Apple to Reorganize & Lay Off 1,300 People -- Last week Apple officially announced a $69 million loss for its first fiscal quarter of 1996 (despite increased sales) and revealed plans for a company-wide restructuring which will include laying off about 1,300 employees from administration, sales, and marketingShow full article

ShareDevil Now Available

ShareDevil Now Available -- Many thanks to the kind folks at ZMac/MacUser for making the late Robert Hess's ShareDevil utility available for free on the InternetShow full article

Netscape 2.0b6a Available

Netscape 2.0b6a Available -- Netscape released beta 6 and then beta 6a of Netscape Navigator last week, including fixes for a b-tree corruption problem and performance improvements for JavaScript and plug-insShow full article

Static Got You Down?

Static Got You Down? If you have a ton of RAM and feel like balancing on the razor-sharp bleeding edge, check out the development version of Macromedia's Shockwave plug-in for Netscape 2.0b5 or higherShow full article

Internet Marketing the Mac

One of the more interesting events I attended at Macworld Expo was a dinner organized by Apple. The goal of the dinner, which was suggested by Chuck Shotton of WebSTAR fame, was to help Apple figure out what to do in terms of Internet marketingShow full article

Bits Rule!

Paper is dead. Yes, I know I'm writing this article with the help of a few paper handouts, but paper is dead. Easily half the booths at Macworld Expo featured products that do not assume your final creation will be paper outputShow full article

Microsoft Unveils Internet Explorer for Mac

When Microsoft became a licensee of NCSA Mosaic and later shipped a Web browser for Windows called Internet Explorer, the Macintosh world didn't even blinkShow full article

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