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TidBITS#622/25-Mar-02

Missing Mac OS 9 functionality in Mac OS X? Check out Adam’s roundup of Mac OS X utilities that replace that Mac OS 9 look-and-feel. Mark Anbinder covers Apple’s Macworld Tokyo announcements of a 23" LCD display, a 10 GB iPod, Bluetooth support, and iMac price increases. Then Gideon Greenspan joins us with an overview of how computers are used in biology. Finally, two important Mac OS X releases fill out the issue: Retrospect 5.0 and Mailsmith 1.5.

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Palm Desktop 4.0 Released

Palm Desktop 4.0 Released -- Palm, Inc. today made Palm Desktop 4.0 for Macintosh available as a free download. The new version adds Mac OS X compatibility, support for records marked private, and the capability to import and export vCard and vCal files

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Bioinformatics and the Mac

Those of us with even a passing interest in science are used to the idea that computers play a central role in understanding physics and chemistry, especially high-powered computation used in areas such as weather prediction and molecular visualization