Monthly Archives: January 2004

NeoOffice/J Locked and Loaded on the 12-inch…

I finally managed to get NeoOffice/J downloaded via the command line. Installed it without a hitch and although it was slow to load on initial launch, it looks to be a quite capable java-based port of Ooo and without the … Continue reading

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G5 Too Noisy… UPDATED…

So, on Apple’s site it states: Designed for whisper-quiet operation The Power Mac G5’s enclosure houses four discrete thermal zones to compartmentalize the primary heat-producing components. Fans in the zones spin at very low speeds resulting in a system three … Continue reading

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BugMeNot

This site rules: BugMeNot. Saw it on BoingBoing and thought it important enough to mention here. Pass it on.

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NeoOffice/J

I am currently downloading NeoOffice/J to give it a whirl. What is that, you ask? Well: NeoOffice/J is one of the open source development projects that are a part of NeoOffice.org. NeoOffice/J’s primary goal is eliminating OpenOffice.org’s dependency on X11 … Continue reading

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FREE orientation tutorials for Panther

Atomic Learning is offering free Mac OS 10.3 (Panther) training videos, focusing on all the new features of the latest OS from Apple.

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