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DP 2.5 Ghz G5 Received and Setup

Setup Assistant makes a smooth upgrade path from a previous Mac. Most all went well... Read More »

iTunes 4.6: Items In Playlist Cannot Be Burned

You can’t burn an MP3 CD from AAC files. You have to first convert the AACs to MP3. You can of course burn the AAC files to audio CD. Excuse me, but this is bull pucky! iTunes does so much, why can it not rip an AAC to memory and then burn it to CD as an MP3 disc? Stupid ... Read More »

The Transition is Complete: Part Two

Taking a newspaper from Quark to InDesign is no a walk in the park. It can be done with minimal swearing however if you know what you are jumping into. Read More »

ESPN NFL 2k5 Giveaway

Yep, you read that right. Breaking Windows is giving away a copy of ESPN NFL 2k5 for the XBOX. All you need to do is answer these questions. No cheating! If there is a tie there will be bonus questions. Send your answers to kenneth.edwards at Here are your questions: 1) What year was EA’s Madden franchise first released ... Read More »

Adobe Acrobat PDFMaker Toolbar in Office

Ken Edwards gets passionate about PDFs and his Mac... Read More »

GoLive CS vs. Dreamweaver MX 2004

GoLive CS and Dreamweaver MX 2004 are both very capable web dev tools. But which one will make your (early) morning coffee? Read More »

The Experiment has failed

I tried Windows for a year. It didn't work out. Read More »

TechTV Fans Mad as Hell

Looking for a recipe for dissension? Comcast has it. Take two cable networks designed for technology enthusiasts with very different bents — newbie G4 for young gamers and veteran TechTV for computer geeks of all ages — and merge them. Fire the staff of TechTV, the network you bought, and be sure to drop the show that has some of ... Read More »

Game companies sue over game-copying software

Atari Inc., Electronic Arts Inc., and Vivendi Universal Games Inc. have sued 321 Studios LLC, the developer of a software utility that can be used to copy video games, for allegedly violating the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) said on Tuesday. The three game companies, all members of the ESA, claimed that 321 Studios’ ... Read More »

Movable Type 3 Licensing, Take 2

While a lot of these changes, some major, some minor, look to a bit like crowd control, I think this new licensing will make a lot of people happy. Read More »