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TidBITS#512/10-Jan-00

Last week’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco fills this issue, as we cover the basics of Steve Jobs’s keynote address, delve into what this year’s show was really about for the larger Macintosh community, and look in depth at Apple’s new Internet services. In the news, AOL announced it is buying Time Warner, Apple released Open Transport 2.6 and pulled OT Tuner 1.0, and we announce a new home for our servers at digital.forest.

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TidBITS Moves to digital.forest

TidBITS Moves to digital.forest -- In honor of our 512th (29) issue of TidBITS, we're announcing a new home for our primary Internet servers, which have spent the last few years at POPCO in Seattle

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AOL Buying Time Warner

AOL Buying Time Warner -- In a joint announcement on 10-Jan-00, America Online and Time Warner announced that AOL, the world's largest Internet provider, will be buying Time Warner, the world's largest media company, for $160 billion in stock

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Open Transport 2.6 Replaces OT Tuner 1.0

Open Transport 2.6 Replaces OT Tuner 1.0 -- Apple Computer has released Open Transport 2.6, which addresses DHCP problems experienced by some Mac OS 9 users and prevents Macintosh computers from potentially being used as traffic amplifiers in certain types of denial-of-service attacks

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Poll Results: A-OK for Y2K?

Poll Results: A-OK for Y2K? The Y2K bug seemed to lose its teeth as the world's calendars slid into the new year without serious incident. But what about individual readers' experiences? Between 01-Jan-00 and 09-Jan-00 we asked, "Did you personally experience a Y2K-related computer problem?" Of the 656 responses we garnered, 17 percent chose Definitely, 6 percent suspected a problem and chose Maybe, while the remaining 77 percent expressed a firm No Way

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Jobs’s Macworld SF 2000 Keynote Announcements

At his keynote address at Macworld Expo San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off a host of free Macintosh-centric Internet services that turns Apple into a content provider and supplements Mac OS technologies on user's desktops with Internet-based server technologies provided by Apple