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TidBITS#509/13-Dec-99

If you’re focusing on digital cameras this season, Arthur Bleich wraps up his overview of 1999’s offerings for beginners. Also, Adam looks at the features – and ads – in Eudora’s next release, plus introduces Crossing Platforms, a book for Mac users learning Windows and Windows users learning the Mac. We also note IBM’s ViaVoice speech recognition product and updates to The Tilery, Anarchie, WebSTAR, and SoundJam MP, plus news of Macworld Expo SF 2000 events.

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Holiday Hiatus

Holiday Hiatus -- It's the Christmas holiday season here in the United States, which means that TidBITS is taking its yearly holiday break. We'll continue to post Macintosh news and new polls on our home page, and look for this year's TidBITS Gift Issue to arrive soon

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StarNine Ships WebSTAR Server Suite 4.1

StarNine Ships WebSTAR Server Suite 4.1 -- StarNine Technologies has released WebSTAR Server Suite 4.1, the latest edition of its widely used collection of Mac OS Internet servers, including Web, email, FTP, Proxy, and directory services capabilities

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Macworld Expo SF ’00 Events List Online

Macworld Expo SF '00 Events List Online -- Ilene Hoffman has once again started up the Robert Hess Memorial Macworld Expo Events List. If you plan on attending Macworld Expo in San Francisco from 05-Jan-00 through 08-Jan-00 (note that the show extends to Saturday this year), check the list for public events and parties you might want to attend

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Macworld SF Netter’s Dinner 2000

Macworld SF Netter's Dinner 2000 -- Speaking of Macworld Expo, if you're interested in attending the annual Netter's Dinner, visit Jon Pugh's Netter's Dinner 2000 Web page for information and a link to the Kagi-based signup form ($17 per person) for the necessary pre-registration

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Poll Preview: Digital Exposure Time

Poll Preview: Digital Exposure Time -- This week's issue offers the second part of Arthur Bleich's article on digital cameras, and the polls will continue to follow along this week and next, with a special poll that will appear during the final week of the year

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Eudora 4.3 Public Beta Adds Free Usage Modes

Qualcomm has released a public beta of Eudora 4.3 (limited to 250,000 users who fill out a survey), adding a few new features and eliminating the previous split between the free Eudora Light and the commercial Eudora Pro (see our "Eudora Pro 4.2" series for details on Eudora Pro's features)