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TidBITS#711/05-Jan-04

What will the new year bring to the Macintosh? Adam looks ahead at what Apple can do to improve the Mac, and also notes upcoming changes to how we create and manage TidBITS using Web Crossing. We also cover Apple’s pre-holiday updates to Mac OS X, QuickTime, and iTunes, as well as the release of Tinderbox 2.1. And, sadly, we mourn the loss of Macintosh luminary Phil Goldman. We’re at Macworld Expo San Francisco this week; see you there!

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Macworld Expo Hess Events List Available

Macworld Expo Hess Events List Available -- After a hiatus for Macworld New York last year, Ilene Hoffman has once again assembled the definitive guide to parties, speaking engagements, and other events coinciding with this week's Macworld Expo in San Francisco

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The Web Crossing Begins

Over the last few weeks, I've been taking a break from visions of sugar plums to delve into the great mysteries of completely new server software. As I noted a few months ago in "Seven Hundred Issues, a CMS, and Creative Commons" in TidBITS-700, we're in the lengthy process of switching all of our Internet services over to the industrial-strength Web Crossing running on a dual-processor Xserve hosted at digital.forest. Making such a major switch while keeping everything running is tricky, but I've started by moving most of our local email users over and converted some of our internal mailing lists to Web Crossing