This week brings two highly divergent topics, as Charles Maurer returns with a set of instructions for non-experts to fix snapshots using sub-$100 software, and Jeff Carlson tries to hone his poker game against the computer opponents in DD Tournament Poker. In the news, Opera Software ships version 8.0 of their Web browser for the Mac and we announce the winners of last week’s DealBITS drawing.
Opera 8 Boasts Speed and Security -- Opera Software has released the latest version of its Web browser, Opera 8 for Macintosh. This version brings to the Mac the features available on Opera's Windows and Linux browsers, including faster page loading, native Scalable Vector Graphic support (SVG 1.1 Tiny), enhanced privacy features, and Opera's Extensible Rendering Architecture (ERA) to adjust page appearance based on the size of the browser window
DealBITS Drawing: Matias OS X Keyboard Winners -- Congratulations to Joe Benenati of cox.net, Jan Ferrera of yahoo.com, Glenn Zieman of wi.rr.com, Eric Frampton of ericframpton.com, Don Andrews of mac.com, David Dunham of pensee.com, Amy Kvochick of kvochick.com, and Jean Ohlde of yahoo.com, whose entries were chosen randomly from 1,296 valid entries in last week's DealBITS drawing and who each will receive an OS X Keyboard from Matias, worth $29.95
I never attended a regular poker game in high school or college, and frankly didn't think much of the game until a couple of years ago when a friend suggested we get some people together to play.
Right now, poker is experiencing a resurgence in popularity thanks to televised tournaments like the World Series of Poker and Celebrity Poker Showdown
I enjoy work. Like the narrator of "Three Men in a Boat," I can sit and watch it for hours. Whenever I have something that needs to be done, I work hard to find a way to put it off
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To Buy or Not to Buy -- It's the question everyone is asking now that Apple has announced it is moving the Mac to Intel processors