Monthly Archives: September 2004

iPod and iTunes Hacks

I contributed a handful of articles and served as technical editor on O’Reilly’s iPod and iTunes Hacks by Hadley Stern. I’ve read all the way through the rough copies of the book, and it’s packed with hackery goodness. Here’s a … Continue reading

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iPod and iTunes Hacks

I contributed a handful of articles and served as technical editor on O’Reilly’s iPod and iTunes Hacks by Hadley Stern. I’ve read all the way through the rough copies of the book, and it’s packed with hackery goodness. Here’s a … Continue reading

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h00t!

Yaaaaaaay!

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ProfiMail for Your 3650

Russell Beattie likes ProfiMail as a replacement email program for Series 60 devices, like the 3650. I downloaded, installed, and configured it yesterday, but haven’t actually tested it yet. It looks very cool, however. Once I get a chance to … Continue reading

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PBFIXIT 12-inch

If your 12-inch is out of warranty and money is tight, consider repairing it yourself with the help of the free PB FIXIT guide for the 12-inch Powerbook.

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.mac Improvements

Hooray for much needed .mac improvements: We’re excited to announce that your .Mac membership now comes with 250 MB of combined .Mac Mail and iDisk storage. And, in another move designed to make life easier as traffic grows heavier and … Continue reading

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.mac Makes some Moves in the Right Direction…

Finally, some improvements! Check this out: We’re excited to announce that your .Mac membership now comes with 250 MB of combined .Mac Mail and iDisk storage. And, in another move designed to make life easier as traffic grows heavier and … Continue reading

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