Do you think the Finder could be better? So does Matt Neuburg, and his current solution to the Finder’s annoyances is Cocoatech’s Path Finder 4, which he reviews this week. Patrick Dennis joins us with detailed look at the combination of the BlackBerry 7100i cell phone/PDA and PocketMac for BlackBerry software, Glenn Fleishman ponders short URL services, and we pass on news of the PowerPC iMac price cut and a server problem that lost some DealBITS entries from last week.
DealBITS Drawing for browseback Still Open -- As you may or may not have noticed, we had a spot of trouble with our server last week. Much hair was lost, but more important, most DealBITS entries from Monday and Tuesday and early Wednesday morning were also lost
20-inch iMac G5 Drops $200, 17-inch Gone -- Now we know why Apple continues to sell the iMac G5 after debuting the iMac Intel Core Duo model at Macworld Expo last month: to clear out inventory
The Finder is the application that Mac OS X users love to hate. Take a moment to think of something about the Finder that makes you absolutely furious
Verbosity makes for reading that's tedious and takes longer to understand without aiding comprehension. Or, rather: wordy bad, pithy good.
The same is true for URLs (Uniform Resource Locators)
I was hooked on my Palm IIIe from the first week I used it back in April 1999. For me, the PDA was a tremendous tool, but it didn't take much vision to realize that one day someone would develop a device that was both a great PDA and a great mobile phone.
Since then, I have waited, and waited, and waited.
Verizon offered a couple of Palm/phone combinations over the years that seemed poorly executed, so I held off
"Take Control of Buying a Mac" Updated to Cover Intel Macs -- At Macworld Expo in San Francisco last month, Steve Jobs surprised everyone who was considering a new Macintosh purchase by announcing the release of the first Intel-based Macs: the iMac and the MacBook Pro
The first link for each thread description points to the traditional TidBITS Talk interface; the second link points to the same discussion on our Web Crossing server, which provides a different look and which may be faster.
Photo Printing Services for Business Use -- Where do you turn if you need large batches of digital photos printed on a quick turnaround? (6 messages)
Tools We Use: DropCopy -- Following Matt Neuburg's article, readers suggest other programs that do the same type of network file sharing offered by DropCopy