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TidBITS#426/20-Apr-98

The online porn industry is often portrayed as the Internet’s "back room." However, as guest writer David Strom notes, the technicians in that back room are largely responsible for advancing many Web technologies. Also in this issue, we report on Apple’s profitable quarter, the loss of Quicken for the Mac, the release of a new backup program, and more responses about multiple monitors. Finally, we announce the creation of the TidBITS Talk mailing list.

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Drop More Stuff with DropStuff 4.5

Drop More Stuff with DropStuff 4.5 -- Aladdin Systems has released DropStuff with Expander Enhancer 4.5, the second half of Aladdin's dynamic duo of desktop compression and expansion utilities (the first half being the freeware StuffIt Expander 4.5)

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How Recent Is Your Last Backup?

How Recent Is Your Last Backup? Dantz Development has released a new backup program, Retrospect Express. Designed for individual users, Retrospect Express essentially replaces Dantz's DiskFit with a subset of the features available in the full version of Retrospect

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Announcing TidBITS Talk

In honor of our recent eighth anniversary of publication, we're trying something new, and you're invited to participate. Though TidBITS is often described as a mailing list, we consider it a publication that chooses electronic methods of distribution

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In Praise of Porn

It is time to stop whining about Web porn sites and admit they make a valuable contribution to the Web. I'm not talking about the articles on playboy.com, but Internet payment schemes, streaming video, and authentication