Articles posted on February 2nd, 2004

OmniWeb 5 beta 1: Looking good, but not really usable

Monday, February 2nd, 2004 • 8:46 am

I’ve just downloaded the recently released first beta of OmniWeb 5. As far as looks are concerned, the application definitely lives up to expectations. It’s a very nice Cocoa application that is, in fact, much more consistent with Mac OS X interface standards than Apple’s own Safari is. As a Mac geek, my first trip […]

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Panther’s Mail: View settings for individual mailbox folders

Monday, February 2nd, 2004 • 5:57 am

I just read a post by a MacInTouch reader to the effect that “[e]very folder, not just Sent, retains its own sort order and its own settings about which columns to display” I was quite surprised, because I had never noticed this. As far as I can tell, since version 1.0, Mail has been unable […]

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Bush apologist, you’re running out of ideas

Monday, February 2nd, 2004 • 4:15 am

The Globe and Mail columnist Rex Murphy used to be pretty funny at times. But September 11 happened, and everything that followed seems (Afghanistan, Iraq, etc.) to have taken its toll on the poor man. His latest editorial piece titled “Bush-haters, you’re running out of esteem” is really the worst piece I have read from […]

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EPL: Day 23 (Arsenal 2 – Manchester City 1)

Monday, February 2nd, 2004 • 1:39 am

It was pretty much the status quo this week-end at the top of the English Premier League, with all top three teams registering a win with a 1-goal advantage. The three games were also similar in that all three teams had to battle hard to win the three points, against challenging opposition. Southampton definitely deserved […]

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