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Happy New Year! There was a surprising amount of news over the holiday break, and Glenn Fleishman was quick off the mark to cover Intuit’s plans to release a Lion-compatible version of Quicken 2007, GadgetTrak’s new CameraTrace service for tracing stolen cameras, LogMeIn’s new remote-access app for iOS, GoDaddy’s dropping of support for the Stop Online Piracy Act, and Apple’s addition of a “Complete My Season” option for iTunes Store-purchased TV shows. Glenn also collected the top 10 most-read TidBITS stories of 2011, Adam followed up on the success of our TidBITS membership program and wrote the most popular story of the year about Google’s “Let It Snow” Easter egg, and Michael Cohen tracked down how iCloud’s Photo Stream interacts with multiple iPhoto libraries. Notable software releases since our last issue include Piezo 1.1 and iTunes 10.5.2.

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ExtraBITS for 2 January 2012

That’s Sir Jonathan Ive now, but even he still can’t use an iPad during takeoff and landing on a commercial flight, though American Airlines pilots can. Also, Glenn and Adam discussed our new TidBITS membership program on MacVoices, and Apple announced that the Mac App Store has passed 100 million downloads.