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TidBITS#657/25-Nov-02

TidBITS turns practical this week, with the first installment in Kirk McElhearn’s guide to the Unix command line for Mac users. Adam also explains how to speed up searching on the Internet with simple JavaScript-powered bookmarks in your Web browser. In the news, we report on the resounding success of PayBITS for raising funds for the EFF and call for your holiday gift suggestions. Finally, no issue next week: Happy Thanksgiving!

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No Issue Next Week

No Issue Next Week -- So we can all spend some relaxing time with our families and friends over the Thanksgiving holidays here in the U.S., we won't be publishing an issue of TidBITS next week on 02-Dec-02

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PayBITS EFF Donation a Rousing Success

PayBITS EFF Donation a Rousing Success -- I'm overwhelmed. You've seen my reports about the amounts that PayBITS has generated, and for the most part, they've been sums that you wouldn't walk by on the sidewalk, but that wouldn't buy you a new Mac

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BBEdit 7.0.1 Available

BBEdit 7.0.1 Available -- Hot on the heels of the release of BBEdit 7.0, Bare Bones Software has released a free update to BBEdit 7.0.1. Among other minor fixes, the patch addresses conflicts with system-wide keystrokes under Mac OS X, improves BBEdit's new CVS support, tweaks processing of HTML and XHTML files, and offers a handful of FTP enhancements

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Submit Your Holiday 2002 Gift Ideas

Submit Your Holiday 2002 Gift Ideas -- It's time once again for that annual spectacle of consumer confidence, and if it's up to us individuals to prop up the global economy, the least we can do is make sure our favorite Macintosh-related companies come out smelling like roses! As with previous TidBITS gift issues, we'll focus on the best suggestions from you, our loyal readers

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Hyperspatial JavaScript Search Bypass

If you're at all like me, searching is one of the main things you do on the Web. Perhaps you're searching in Google, looking up a word at Dictionary.com, or just trying to find that TidBITS article you read a few weeks ago