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Gmail Notifer x 2!

Here is a great article from 2008 that runs multiple Gmail Notifier apps for multiple Gmail accounts on OS X. I’m even using it on one regular Gmail account and one Google Apps...

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Testing TextMate

So far I have been using TextMate in an attempt to make my life easier and more efficient on the Mac. It is overwhelming at first an not everything is where you think it is, for example, the preferences appear slim, but there is...

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New web browser hits the market

Flock a sweet Firefox blend of online tools and addons alreast built it – blog tool (using it now), RSS reader/aggregator, favorites that sync with del.icio.us and more!  It is worth the download – available in Mac,...

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Opera is now free!

Now the browser wars will get hotter as Opera turns up the heat now that it has removed all banners and registration requirements. You can download it from their web...

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50 Random Observations on Tiger

A great list of things to think about with regard to the release of Tiger. I am getting way too excited over this release, however, I am a bit nervous about upgrading the OS, since this is the first time I am upgrading my Mac...

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All About Safari

Apple-X net has a great tips/hints for safari in All About Safari there are a couple that I didn’t know already and a couple that confirmed what I found by accident...

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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...

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