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Memeroll: Jef Raskin, father of the Mac, passes

Dave Burstein’s remembrance sums up the dynamic life of Jef Raskin: Jef Raskin died of cancer on Saturday February 26th after being sick for several months. A wonderful spirit and renaissance man, who inspired me and many others. He created the Macintosh project at Apple in 1979, naming...

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Steve Jobs Keynote at MacWorld—Live!

TUAW has partnered with sister site Engadget for a ton of MacWorld coverage. Look for coverage all day long the next couple of days on both TUAW and Engadget (go, go Weblogs, Inc. network effect!). Right now Engadget.com is running live, minute-by-minute, coverage of the MacWorld...

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Digital Music panel… themes: DJ Danger Mouse on Sony’s ACID, P2P search, Apple

From the “Music is a Platform” ” Panel at the Web 2.0 conference. The panelists: Hank Barry, Partner, Hummer Winblad Mike Caren, Senior Vice President of A&R, Atlantic Records Eddy Cue, Vice President, Applications...

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Biggest story of the year? Yahoo to launch consumer electronics line?!?!?!

If true I think this is the biggest story of the year, right up there with the Google IPO! Engadget has a lot more pictures and details. ...

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P. Diddy Diamond iPod

Go check out the P.Diddy diamond iPod over at Engadget—cheer up Sean! ...

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New G5 iMac?

Our peeps over at Engadget.com are showing off some of the results of their design the new G5 iMac contest… dang, some of these people need to go work for Apple! I like the ice-pop version below. :-) ...

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Looking for a couple of Apple bloggers…

Yes… it’s true we’re losing Sean and Greg. :-( They’ve done an amazing job and Brian and I wanted to take a moment to thank them for making the Apple weblog the most trafficked blog in WIN (the Weblogs, Inc. Network)! [Note: this doesn’t...

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How to get out of iTunes DRM hell

PT’s How To Tuesday’s over at Engadget.com takes on Apple’s DRM (digital rights management) technology and explains how people are freeing up the music they have paid for. The purpose of hymn is to allow you to exercise your fair-use rights under copyright law. It...

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WSJ: Apple Posts Higher Profit On Strong iPod Revenue

WSJ on Apple’s recent quarter: Apple Computer Inc. reported a sharply higher fiscal second-quarter profit on strong revenue growth, helped by sales of its iPod music player. The Cupertino, Calif., personal-computer maker posted net income of $46 million, or 12 cents a share, up...

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Theinquirer.net says the Xbox 2 SDK was released on Apple Power Mac G5s running Windows NT (huh?)

From the theinquirer.net: WE’VE JUST got word that the Software Development Kit (SDK) for Microsoft’s forthcoming Xbox 2 has now been released to Developers. As we reported earlier, IBM processors are indeed the Xbox 2 development platform of choice. The big news to us is that...

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