Monday, May 07, 2007

For Mac Eyes Only - "Green Apple"

Episode #025

This week on For Mac Eyes Only we discuss the greening of Apple, busy days in Cupertino, the world's largest iTunes library and protecting your personal files at work.

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News:

> Steve Jobs promises a greener Apple
> LED Displays in 2007
> Security Update ... updated
> QuickTime patch for CanSec hack
> AirPort Extreme Update
> ProCare splits in two
> Sun helps port OpenOffice.org
> Sling Player final released
> Will a Stone sink like a rock?
> RUMOR: iPhone pics in the wild
> World's Largest iTunes library

HOW-TO:
Listener Becky asks how to secure personal information at work.

Links to Know:
MacBreak Weekly
NeoOffice
LED Light Bulbs
Build a Compost Bin
Natural Fertilizer
Rechargeable Batteries

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MEO-025-050707 (31'30, 14.5mb, 64kbps)

1 comment:

vivacarlie said...

first I wold like to point you to the screens of openoffice aqua right from the , horses mouth

I would like to say that I am so sick of people pleading to use cocoa for the aqua port of OpenOffice because "carbon is old." As you might know, apple can't afford to let carbon get out of date because iTunes os carbon. also, its good for c++ the project's native language. you would have to rewrite the entire code-base in objective c++ and that's just nuts. they could also have used the tool they used to make macvim (just google it) finally there's just the nerve of non developers to critique how the development of their projects are done. Seriously, if cocoa was practical the would have chosen.