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7 apps that Leopard kills

Phill Ryu, a man who must have some sort of direct neural interface with the Mac shareware community, has posted a list of applications which could very likely be killed off by features of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard which were announced yesterday. Seasoned OS X users will have immediately seen parallels ...

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Weekend review: this week's software for 8-06-06

I hope you've cleaned out your downloads directory, because we have another roundup of software for the week of 7-30-06 to 8-5-06: Shareware Pukka 1.3 - del.icio.us bookmarking utility gets private 'mark and AppleScript support Packrat 0.87 - killer offline Backpack client (probably the only) ...

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Weekend Review: this week's software for 7-30-06

It was another packed week for software premieres and updates, so here is a roundup in case you missed them the first time around: Shareware Groupcal 3 - manage your Exchange calendar from iCal EyeTV 2.3 - Front Row-like menu and speed boosts OmniPlan (beta) - OmniGroup's brand new project m...

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Weekend review: this week's software

In case you missed them the first time, here is this week's review of software releases, updates, thrills and spills: Shareware Call Recorder plugin for Skype - don't blackmail without it Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac 11.2.5 - vulnerability and bug fixes Mouseposé 2 - new features for...

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Phill Ryu announces Fake Leopard Screenshot Contest

Its been a big week for Phill Ryu. The shareware developer who only began blogging at the beginning of the month has already been featured on these very pages, as well as Digg and Slashdot. To celebrate his success and stimulate the creativity of the Mac blogosphere, Phill has announced The Fake Leo...

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MacZealots Top Ten Shareware Apps of 2005

MacZealots recently released unto the world their top 10 Shareware Apps of 2005. Nevermind the fact that 2005 is far from over, this list is pretty darned good. All the programs cost less than $70, no developer has more than one app on the list, and they are all 'useful'.My favorite program, NetNews...

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