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See JRun

Yup, Macromedia has released an official version of JRun, the company’s renowned Java application server, for Mac OS X. A trial download version of the software is also available. Since I could think of a clever title, I felt it my duty to post.


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Out on Safari

Steve Jobs mentioned nearly none of my predictions at his keynote today. Still, suffice to say, there were a few surprises. Mainly, Safari, Apple’s newly designed Internet web browser—which after 5 minutes of use with the Public Beta—appears to be the fastest of the Mac OS X bunch. I’m floored at the excellent rendering so […]


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MacWorld Hype Predictions

I can’t help it. My predictions for the ever-anticipated MacWorld San Francisco are as follows: Quark Express for Mac OS X will finally be unveiled. A tablet-based iMac-esque device geared towards artists and creative types will surprise everyone, putting the rumors about the discontinued 17-inch iMac to rest and breathing new life into inkWell. The […]


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Illuminating Patent

Back from the Holidays in Florida. Pictures likely to come. Anywhat, I was thinking about a replacement for my Flava Packet color widget because I’m getting kind of bored with it. And then I found a little tidbit about how Apple is applying for a hardware color-changing patent. Now, imagine how cool it would be […]


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Dreamweaver MX 6.1 Update Woes

This work week has been mired by bugs I’ve found in Dreamweaver MX, ever since I decided to update to 6.1. I feel like a Macromedia beta tester. Problem is, the update is supposed to fix all of the “outstanding issues” from the 6.0 version. I’ll be reverting back shortly, under the advisement of the […]

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