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TidBITS#264/20-Feb-95

What would a week be without some corporate maneuvering? Inside we cover the latest news on Microsoft’s antitrust proceedings, Apple’s latest licensing of the Mac OS, plus some thoughts on the recent Apple/Voyager controversy. We round out the issue with news of a MacInTax fix, a brief summary of how you should attach files to mail messages using Eudora, and conclude with Part 2 of Nigel Perry’s review of Nisus Writer.

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Administrivia

Adam suggested that I let people know how I'm doing after my car accident last October. People take months (if not years) to recover from whiplash, and the medical people I'm seeing are pleased with my progress

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O Pioneer!

O Pioneer! -- Japan-based Pioneer Electronics Corporation announced last week that it has reached an agreement with Apple to license the Mac OS for use in Pioneer's first entries into the personal computer market

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Apprentice Phone Update

Apprentice Phone Update -- Due to recent changes to western Washington's area codes, some readers have been unable to contact Celestin Company, the makers of the Apprentice CD-ROM reviewed in TidBITS-263

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MacInTax Update

MacInTax Update -- Intuit, makers of the MacInTax tax software package, have written to update the situation on the MacInTax itemization bug reported in TidBITS-261

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PowerBook Price Drop

PowerBook Price Drop -- When Apple lowers prices, it often heralds the upcoming release of new models. Even so, if you've had your eyes on a 500-series PowerBook, you might want to check out the new pricing

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Eudora & Attachments

I've received some questions about how to best encode files attached to Eudora messages recently, so I thought I'd reiterate the information in Eudora itself about this topic (turn on balloon help and point at the options in the Attachments section of Eudora's Settings dialog box)

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An Unpleasant Voyage

You may have seen mention recently about how Apple is riding roughshod on First Amendment freedoms by censoring a CD-ROM from Voyager that's bundled with Macs sold into the K-12 education channel