Monthly Archives: September 2006

Grapher: Easy Latex Formula Formatting

So, I just noticed today that Apple’s Grapher application provides a quick and easy way to format LaTeX equations. I’d been using it recently to copy and paste equations into Pages while I brushed up on using LaTeX equations for taking notes in cl…

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Lightroom Beta 4 OUT!!!

User interface changes, tone curve adjustment changes, better filtering and searching for files, better performance, and other improvements based on user feedback!! Check it out!!read more | digg story

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Greenpeace Apologizes?

Looks like things have taken another turn in the Greenpeace vs Apple debacle that’s been raging on lately. Roughly Drafted has posted another article which addresses further details released by Greenpeace regarding actual lab tests on some machine…

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e5G iPod Features

Jason O’Grady has posted up a little commentary on the features in the new iPod, some of which are software based, while others are hardware based. He’s indicated that he’s a bit sour about Apple not including the software-only features in the fir…

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Score!

Skype with video has gone from super-secret-test to beta! Woo hoo! Check it out!Â

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iTV Delay = 802.11 delay?

In a recent article posted on Roughtly Drafted, it was argued that one of the major reasons for Apple to delay their up and coming iTV product was to wait for 802.11n to be finalized. While quite a number of the articles that have appeared on RD …

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Rocket Jumping as an Art

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Olbermann Strikes Again

Another insightful bit of commentary on how the latest Bush administration attempt to link current Islamic extremism with the rise of fascism, here. You know, I wonder how many people out there are really buying into what the Bush administration i…

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Fabulous reporting…

So, there was a piece in the news recently regarding how Apple & Lenovo scored extremely low in terms of environmental practices when compared with the likes of Nokia and Dell. Now, having been to parts of Scandinavia before, I think I can believe…

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