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Metricom's Ricochet Network Goes Dark

Metricom's Ricochet Network Goes Dark -- Hard on the heels of last month's bankruptcy filing, long-range wireless networking company Metricom announced last week that it would be shutting down its 15-city wireless network on 08-Aug-01 and laying off 282 employeesShow full article

Conflict Catcher 8.0.9 Supports Mac OS 9.2 and Mac OS X

Conflict Catcher 8.0.9 Supports Mac OS 9.2 and Mac OS X -- Casady & Greene has released Conflict Catcher 8.0.9, a minor release of their venerable extension managerShow full article

Spring Cleaning Sweeps Out Mac OS X

Spring Cleaning Sweeps Out Mac OS X -- Aladdin Systems recently released Spring Cleaning 4.0, which helps you throw out all that digital crud that accumulates on our hard disk: things like duplicate files, orphaned aliases, empty folders, orphaned preferences files, and so onShow full article

Navel Gazing for Fun and Profit

Ten years ago on our first anniversary, I related the results of an email and postal mail survey in a special issue. (That's right, postal mail: the Web wouldn't arrive for several years yet.) A recent trip back to that issue proved fascinating, and not just for the raw numbers (which revealed that we had a readership of between 5,000 and 20,000 people from 18 countries, as compared to today's numbers of about 60,000 readers hailing from more than 120 top-level domains that correspond roughly to countries)Show full article

Microsoft Office 10's Carrot and Stick

With Mac OS X 10.1 - as demoed at this year's Macworld Expo in New York - Apple looks to be making necessary changes that will bring its next generation operating system to a point where it will appeal to an audience beyond bleeding edge early adopters and Macintosh/Unix geeksShow full article

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