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iPhoto 4 features substantial speed improvements, but what else is new in Apple’s photo management application? Adam reports on the positives and negatives. Also this week, Apple becomes debt-free, music zips through the air legally in Austin, Texas, and the AppleWorks User Group passes on news of corruption-stopping AppleWorks utilities. We also note the releases of Interarchy 7.0, iSight 1.0.2, Security Update 2004-02-23, and new RSS feeds from Apple.

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Adam Interviewed on The User Group Report

Adam Interviewed on The User Group Report -- If you'd like to hear a radio interview I did with Chuck Joiner of The User Group Report about our Take Control project and the new Take Control User Group Program we've started, head over the page below

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Apple: Debt-Free and Flush with Cash

Apple is known for drawing attention to itself, but last week even its harshest critics must have looked at the company in a new light. As reported by the Wall Street Journal (paid subscription required to view the first URL, below), Steve Jobs announced in an email message to employees that Apple had paid off the company's remaining $300 million in long-term debt

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iPhoto 4: The Potential Remains

Let's not beat around the bush. iPhoto 4 is better than iPhoto 2 in almost every way, and its performance is so much improved that if you currently use iPhoto 2, you should immediately ante up $50 for iLife '04 or, if you've been hankering for one anyway, a new Mac