Articles posted on May 22nd, 2003

David Zeiler on people hacking iTunes 4

Thursday, May 22nd, 2003 • 11:12 pm

David Zeiler has another good column on recent events surrounding the release of iTunes 4 and its sharing abilities. “Hackers bite Apple in its iTunes” by David Zeiler, It contains further ridiculous statements by the afore-mentioned Hilary Rosen and slightly more reasonable comments by other music industry representatives. Above all, it clearly demonstrates the great […]

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SFGate on Apple’s iTunes Music Store as ‘mild rebellion’ rather than revolution

Thursday, May 22nd, 2003 • 10:25 pm

Mark Morford has a good column at on the Apple iTunes Music Store and its far-less-than-revolutionary approach when it comes to compensating artists fairly for their work: “Highway To $0.99 Hell – Apple’s iTunes music store: A rockin’ revolution, or same ol’ corporate song and dance?” This is the tragic flaw, the biggest disappointment […]

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Mac OS X: More on sticky contextual menu issue

Thursday, May 22nd, 2003 • 10:13 pm

To be fair to Explorer, the more I think about it, there more it appears that there is a system-wide problem with sticky menus in Mac OS X. Quite often, in several different applications, I experience the unexpected behavior of menus not sticking when they should stick (after a single click) and sticking when they […]

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