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Grim Macintosh Market Share Forebodes Crises

I don’t know if many Mac users read PC Mag, but their columnist John Dvorak is attempting to waves in the Apple community with some staggering (read stupid) comments about how Apple will die because it is too easy to use and costs too much. Having switched 9 months ago, I disagree with his philosophy. I am willing to pay for stability, virus-free, a great looking and functioning computer. I tell as many people as I can about the Mac and how over time, it does not cost as much money. Let Dvorak know what you think in the PCMag forums after reading this...

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Survey: Some iPod fans dump PCs for Macs | CNET

Survey: Some iPod fans dump PCs for Macs | CNET The popularity of the iPod could be boosting Apple Computer’s financials in unexpected ways. According to a survey of iPod users by financial analysis firm Piper Jaffray, Macs are basking in the reflected glory of the iPod, with some who own the music player saying they have already or are intending to ditch their PCs for Macs The research found that 6 percent of iPod users have made the switch. An additional 7 percent said they are planning to dump their old PC for an Apple machine, according to the...

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Free Mac Games

iDevGames established the uDevGame game creation contest in 2001 to encourage innovation in Macintosh game development and to recognize the best developers in our community. Last year’s contest featured over 40 games created by independent Mac developers from around the world, awarded entrants from a total prize pool valued at more than $27,000, received international press coverage, and was featured by leading Macintosh sites such as Inside Mac Games. A cool game I just grabbed was Wild Life Hockey a one on one arcade style hockey game with a polar bear in between the pipes and an elk out on the ice for each team. The game offers both single player and network multi-player action. WildLands Hockey and its source code are available as a free...

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First Post

The firstpost is always a tough one. What to say, don’t sound stupid, but not too much on the first day either. Well,

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