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TidBITS#754/08-Nov-04

If the Red Sox winning the World Series wasn’t strange enough, Geoff Duncan has finally solved his personal Curse of Mac OS X. Thanks to a Sonnet Encore/ST G4 Duet accelerator, he can now run Mac OS X for more than a few hours at a time, and even Mac OS 9 enjoys a speed boost. We also take a quick look at the Mac OS X 10.3.6 upgrade, pass along a new USB printer compatibility list for Apple’s wireless base stations, and announce winners of last week’s DealBITS drawing.

Glenn Fleishman No comments

New AirPort USB Printer Compatibility List

New AirPort USB Printer Compatibility List -- Unfortunately, Apple no longer publishes a list of USB printers that are compatible with the AirPort Express and AirPort Extreme Base Stations (those models include a USB port that turns the base station into a print server for any computer on your wireless network)

Jeff Carlson No comments

EU iTunes Music Store Correction

EU iTunes Music Store Correction -- In last week's issue, we erroneously wrote that Ireland was the only European Union nation not included in Apple's rollout of its EU iTunes Music Store (see "Apple Intros iPod Photo, iPod U2, and Euro iTMS" in TidBITS-753)

Adam Engst No comments

DealBITS Drawing: iMove from MaxUpgrades Winners

DealBITS Drawing: iMove from MaxUpgrades Winners -- Congratulations to Marie Smolnik of yahoo.com and David Stoler of sbcglobal.net, whose entries were chosen randomly in last week's DealBITS drawing and who each will receive an iMove positioning table from MaxUpgrades, worth $149

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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/08-Nov-04

The second URL below each thread description points to the discussion on our Web Crossing server, which will be much faster. Voice Recognition Dictation Software for the Mac -- What options are currently available for voice dictation on the Mac? Readers share their experiences