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Archive for August, 2002


 

 

Anyone need a software engineer?So far I've just been applying to jobs in my field, but I haven't had any luck yet, so before long I'll be applying for just about anything that I even come close to qualifying for. So if anyone is in need of Macintosh support, custom ...
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I've had a few days to play with Jaguar and I'm having mixed feelings about it. The improvements under the hood that you don't really see are phenomenal and make the upgrade well worth the money. But the new features that are more visible, like iChat and the new Address ...
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I underestimated the Mac fans in this town. 2 Apple stores are not enough for Phoenix. 100 minutes of Jaguar was supposed to start at 10:20. So I pull up to the store at about 10:30 figuring there aren't that many people in this town crazy enough to go out ...
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And speaking of Apple, I'll be heading down to my local Apple store in a few hours for the big "100 minutes of Jaguar" party. from 10:20 till midnight they're having a prerelease party for Jaguar, the latest update to Mac OS X. I'm sure I'll be up all night ...
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Thanks to those of you who have been expressing your sympathies.I haven't quite figured out how to react to all this yet. Part of me is scared to death i'm gonna loose my house and all that. But that part of me is overreacting. I was smart enough with my ...
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I got laid off today
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I wasn't able to get my iPod to play a song as its alarm :-(The vcal spec says that implementation of the AALARM tag is optional, so it may very well be that iPod doesn't recognize the tag. Oh well, it was worth a try.
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I've been tinkering a lot with iPod's new calendar and alarm features. While I was browsing through the vCal spec, I learned that the format supports audio alarms. So if the iPod implementation of vCal supports the AALARM tag, you could concievably have your iPod play a song of your ...
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A great article by Steven Levy...Living in the Blog-osphere
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iCal, vCal, PodCalAbout a week ago, Apple released the latest update to it's iPod firmware. The new version, dubbed 1.2, adds a clock and calendar functionality to the iPod, among many other imporvements. The calendar feature supports an open standard called vCal for storing appointment information. So to use your ...
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