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TidBITS#786/04-Jul-05

This week’s issue revolves around audio, but in two very different ways. First, Adam examines the recent Supreme Court decision against peer-to-peer file sharing companies Grokster and StreamCast Networks. Then Andy Affleck rejoins us for a look at the new podcasting support in iTunes 4.9. In the news, we cover the releases of QuicKeys X3 3.1 and Virtual PC 7.0.2, note the passing of grayscale iPods, and announce "Take Control of Tiger," our latest Take Control print collection.

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QuicKeys X3 3.1 Supports Automator, Adds Toolbars

QuicKeys X3 3.1 Supports Automator, Adds Toolbars -- Startly Technologies has released QuicKeys X3 version 3.1, adding support for incorporating Automator workflows into QuicKeys shortcuts and bringing back SoftKeys, which provides a translucent toolbar with 10 slots for holding shortcuts

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DealBITS Drawing: Audio Hijack Pro Winners

DealBITS Drawing: Audio Hijack Pro Winners -- Congratulations to David Scott of mac.com, Mary Seiler of comcast.net, and Marian Petrides of earthlink.net, whose entries were chosen randomly from 1,246 valid entries in last week's DealBITS drawing and who each received a copy of Audio Hijack Pro from Rogue Amoeba Software, worth $32

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P2P Takes a Licking but Keeps on Ticking

On 27-Jun-05, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a unanimous decision in the MGM v. Grokster case that dealt a blow to proponents of peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing technologies and gave free rein to the lawyers of the large media companies

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Take Control News/04-Jul-05

"Take Control of Tiger," the latest print collection of Take Control ebooks published in association with our friends at Peachpit Press, is now available! If you've been holding off on installing Tiger because you didn't want to print out hundreds of pages of ebooks, or if you would simply prefer to read about Tiger in a professionally designed, four-color book, you can now purchase the 350-page collection from Amazon for only $19.79

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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/04-Jul-05

The second URL below each thread description points to the discussion on our Web Crossing server, which will be faster. Multi-platform Backup Solution -- A reader looking for software that will back up an environment of mixed operating systems finds that the options aren't simple