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C-Mac shuts down: You may now switch off your Macintosh safely

After nearly two years of blogging (see my first post), tweeting and talkcasting for TUAW and Download Squad, I'm moving on to other things. Writing for TUAW has been a true privilege and I will be forever grateful for the experience, the opportunities, and most importantly the people that have come...

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Ultimate Mac mini HTPC Guide -- Hardware

Looking to supercharge your home entertainment setup with the power of the Mac? When shopping or building a media-center Mac or PC, everyone is going to have a different set of requirements. Now that the new Mac mini sports the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M as its integrated graphics chip, it is finally a...

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TUAW Guide: Setting up the Ultimate Mac mini Home Theater

The Mac mini has always been the perfect form factor for a media center appliance (often called a Home Theater PC/HTPC). It's extremely small, almost completely silent and it can easily blend into an existing electronics shelf - or be hidden away completely. The lack of a refresh (and rumors that...

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Ultimate Mac mini HTPC Guide -- Software

Now that you have your Mac mini configured and connected to your home theater system (for a good visual "hook-up" guide check out Robert's Mac mini media center post), it's time to actually put your media powerhouse to use! Utilities To really make your Mac mini the ultimate HTPC, it helps to...

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TUAW Talkcast tonight at 9 PM ET with special guest

That's not a typo in the headline, we're doing our weekly TUAW Talkcast an hour early this week at 9 PM Eastern so that we can talk to our friend and former TUAW colleague, Nik Fletcher from Realmac Software, about Ember, LittleSnapper and other odds and ends. Yours truly will be hosting, and...

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Mandatory Delicious Library 2.2 update released

Delicious Library 2 has just issued a mandatory 2.2 update that all users must install if they want to actually scan in, update or look-up new items automatically. As of August 15, 2009, Amazon.com requires all applications that use its data and API to digitally sign information requests. This...

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Boxee secures Series B round, plans for more features and more developers

Just eight-months after closing a Series A round of financing, media center startup Boxee has just closed another round of financing. The Boxee team has secured another $6 million in funding, led by Boston-based General Catalyst. Given the economic climate (especially for start-ups), two financing...

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Calacanis's case against Apple: TUAW responds

Jason Calacanis, the co-founder of Weblogs, Inc. (and the 'godfather' of TUAW), sent out the provocatively titled missive "The Case Against Apple in Five Parts" to his 16,000-member email list on Saturday, and subsequently posted the essay in its entirety to his website. The resulting commotion...

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Bodega: App Store of Mac OS X

With the success of mobile application stores (led by the iPhone's App Store and then copied by virtually every other mobile platform), it makes sense that the next step would be to try to extend that all-in-one browse/download/buy experience on the desktop. The Linux distribution Ubuntu is...

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Reminder: Talkcast tonight at 10 PM ET

Last week, Mike Rose and the gang talked about the week in review in our weekly Talkcast. You can download the show, along with all past shows, from Talkshoe or subscribe in iTunes. This week, Mike might make a call-in appearance, but I'll be your fill-in host, and we can discuss the week in...

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