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Jeff Carlson No comments

Email Reliance: Emailer 2.0

I'm surprised at how much I rely on electronic mail. What used to be just another method of communicating has become my main link to the outside world, my to-do list, and a searchable database of projects

Mark H. Anbinder No comments

Newton 1.05 Upgrade "Sucks"

Technical Support Coordinator, BAKA Computers Patient MessagePad owners were rewarded in late January with the release of the long-awaited 1.05 system software upgrade

Adam Engst No comments

More Products from Macworld

I have a short attention span, and I almost forgot to finish my look at some of the more interesting programs that I saw at Macworld San Francisco. Again in no particular order... Arrange your life with Common Knowledge's new personal information manager

Adam Engst No comments

InterNews Caveats

InterNews Caveats -- A number of people wrote in response to my InterNews review to note that it isn't as fast as Nuntius and cannot display (though it can save) text after the first 32K, which causes problems with long messages such as the Info-Mac Digest posted in comp.sys.mac.digest (but TidBITS sneaks in, since it's almost always less than 32K)

Matt Neuburg No comments

Get IN CONTROL

Veteran readers of my contributions to TidBITS know that I am unabashedly obsessed with computer tools for the storage and retrieval of information. They also know that an almost unqualified rave review from me is a rare thing

Mark R. Millard No comments

The Yellow Rose of Tex-Edit

High-end word processors like Word, WordPerfect, MacWrite Pro, and Nisus can produce anything from a letter to a professional publication. But many Macintosh users lack the money, drive space, RAM, or inclination to run them

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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/08-Jan-07

Optimizing DNS settings -- If your Web connection seems to be sporadic, perhaps the issue is with DNS lookups. Readers suggest methods of streamlining DNS, including working with various hardware routers