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Matt Neuburg returns with a review and history of the latest release of the indispensable Now Utilities, Adam passes on some comments about the use of graphics in our Web site redesign, Tonya looks briefly at new releases of four HTML authoring programs (and muses about why many of them fall flat), and Mark writes about the beefed-up servers Apple announced at Seybold last week. Finally, we announce that DealBITS is going on hiatus for some rethinking.

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We've decided to put DealBITS, our sister publication, on hiatus while we rethink its goals and mechanisms. Thus, today's issue will be the last for a short, or possibly long while

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System 7.5.5 Update

System 7.5.5 Update -- It's clear now that Apple has not yet released System 7.5.4, and in fact, according to sources, is fixing problems relating to the IR capabilities of some Macs

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Rethinking More of a Web

My article on the process we took in redesigning our Web site in TidBITS-344 prompted many comments, almost all of them favorable, luckily (and thanks to those of you who pointed out problems with my HTML as well)

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Now Utilities Turns 6-Point-Something

Certain components of Now Software's collection of utilities in Now Utilities are absolutely integral to my Mac experience. I am quite incapable of productive work without Super Boomerang, which compensates for the clumsiness of the Standard File dialog by causing it to come up at the most recently used item and by giving it menus that let you navigate to other recently used items