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23 June, 2004
A new article written by Antony, Netscape, Mozilla and SillyDog701 - The relationship between Netscape and Mozilla, and the role of SillyDog701.
> Read the article: The Relationship between Netscape, Mozilla and SillyDog701 - a quick guide and a historical perspective.
Posted by Antony at 1:33 AM | permanent link
13 June, 2004
Earlier, I reported one Exposé thief called WinExposé, later renamed to WinPlosion.
Now, there's another application from New Zealand called Entblöß (Entbloess), it does similar function as Exposé for Windows XP.
Posted by Antony at 11:33 PM | permanent link
11 June, 2004
Besides the small additions, Antony coded two new BBCode himself! New BBCodes to help people creating links to other threads or posts within the Message Centre, and differentiate them.
For more details about the new BBCode, please check this BBCode information thread.
Posted by Antony at 10:38 PM | permanent link
10 June, 2004
iTunes 4.6 is now available for Mac OS X and Windows 2000 and XP.
As expected when Apple announced AirPort Express (base station), iTunes 4.6 features AirTunes.
iTunes 4.6 is available from
Posted by Antony at 11:13 AM | permanent link
Apple has just announced a water-cooled 2.5GHz PowerMac G5 available from the online store right now.
Dual 2.5GHz PowerPC G5 new
Also available are the Dual 1.8GHz and the Dual 2GHz models. All the details can be found in the Apple PowerMac G5 page.
> More detail is available on water cooled dual 2.5GHz G5 page.
> Join our new PowerMac G5 discussion.
(Based on AppleTalkAU news article, used with permission.)
Posted by Antony at 1:12 AM | permanent link
8 June, 2004
Another small surprise from apple, AirPort Express is a small Airport basestation with 10/100 LAN port, USB, and for AirTunes Support; A built-in 3.5mm audio out jack.
The AirPort Express Base Station looks much like a powerbook's power adaptor, plugging directly into a wall socket and sharing hardwired network access and USB printing via 802.11g wireless. The kicker? AirPort Express can also accept streaming audio from any AirPort equipped mac via iTunes. The 3.5mm audio jack can be connected to powered speakers or a stereo system nearby, and with multiple AirPort Express stations in a home, allow a single mac to stream iTunes audio to each connected stereo. If you already have an AirPort Extreme Base station, Airport Express can be used to extend the range of your wireless network.
Airport Express will be available in mid-July, and sells for $129US. :-( A separate Monster cable connection kit which includes a Monster mini-to-RCA left/right audio cable and a Monster mini-to-optical digital Toslink audio cable is also available for $39US
> Join our discussion.
(Based on news article from AppleTalkAU, used with permission.)
Posted by Antony at 3:17 PM | permanent link
Immediately following Security Update 2004-05-24 and the recent 10.3.4 Panther upgrade, Apple have released another update, Security Update 2004-06-07. This version continues fixes related to the flurry of security problems found relating to URL handlers last month, with the following fixes:
A separate version for Jaguar users is available Security Update 2004-06-07 for Jaguar, or run Software Update.
(Based on AppleTalkAU, used with permission.)
3 June, 2004
The break news of the technology section of The Sydney Morning Herald today said...
Microsoft has been granted a patent on the double-click by the US Patents and Trademark Office. The patent, number 6,727,830, was granted on April 27.
Microsoft has the patent of "double-click".
And Microsoft is about to charge the usage of FAT (file system).
Microsoft has learnt a lesson from SCO on how to make additional income? Even Microsoft is already the world's largest software company.
> join our discussion on this topic.
Posted by Antony at 2:42 PM | permanent link
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