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TidBITS#391/04-Aug-97

Wondering how to manage your money at Macworld Expo? This week’s issue brings you shopping advice and a look at Expo purchases we’ve made in the past. This week we also introduce a new sponsor – Hitachi and its new MPEG camera – and note news of a merger between top Macintosh magazines. Finally, Tonya wraps up her seven part article about Web publishing software with a look at Microsoft FrontPage and NetObjects Fusion.

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As Apple Turns

As Apple Turns -- With the dense fog of rumors that have cloaked Apple in the past few weeks, you might wonder where our coverage of that fog has been

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MacUser & Macworld Merge

MacUser & Macworld Merge -- The breaking news of the past week is that rival publishing empires IDG and Ziff-Davis have created a new joint company called Mac Publications that will consolidate Macworld, MacUser, and MacWEEK

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Macworld Expo: Planning for a Shopping Frenzy

This week's Boston Macworld Expo has many purposes, but an important one is the opportunity to buy geek goodies. Adam and I have purchased our share of winners and losers over the years, and - in the interest of helping attendees avoid costly mistakes - I thought I'd share our experiences

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Spinning the Web Part 7: FrontPage, Fusion, and Final Thoughts

Have you ever encountered a Sesame Street book about Grover? The story concerns Grover (a blue-furred monster) who doesn't want you to turn the page, because there is a "monster at the end of the book." Well, we've almost reached the end of this series, and though there's no monster, there are two programs remaining - including one of woolly mammoth proportions. First, a correction