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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Nik Silver tagged mac

"It’s been rumored before, but on Wednesday a new report is saying that not only will Apple introduce a 15-inch Air, it will replace the 15-inch Pro, or as Electricpig’s source put it, “effectively killing the Pro for the average consumer.”"

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Resource lock-down for Apple developers who want to sell through the Mac app store: "The sandbox is an environment that locks down the Mac in ways that match (and exceed) the limitations found on iOS. A sandboxed app doesn’t have direct access to any files or frameworks on the system. It can’t access the network or any devices."

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Hard truths from the CEO of Evernote: "If Evernote’s desktop clients were written in Adobe AIR, I’d be worried right now. The immediate popularity of the Mac App Store, and the iPhone App Store before it, reinforces my belief that in a world of infinite software choice, people gravitate towards the products with the best overall user experience. It’s very hard for something developed in a cross-platform, lowest-common-denominator technology to provide as nice an experience as a similar native app. As the CEO of a software company, I wish this weren’t true. I’d love to build one version of our App that could work everywhere."

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A compelling suggestion that Apple's OSX will get more like iOS. More of a consumer experience.

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Charlie Brooker on how a Windows 7 launch party would run: "The idea is that you invite a group of friends – your real friends – to your home – your real home – and entertain them with a series of Windows 7 tutorials. So you show them how to burn a CD, how to make a little video, how to change the wallpaper, and how to, oh no, hang on it's not supposed to do that, oh, I think it's frozen, um, er, let me just, um, no that's not it, um, er, um, er, so how's it going with you and Kathy anyway, um, er, OK well see you around I guess."

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Do not try this at home.

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One of four reviews of productivity tools for the Mac

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