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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Adam Davis tagged apple

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I recently bought the Magic trackpad from Apple, and I like it very much as a mouse replacement. I agree with this article though, it is just a new kind of mouse, indirect input, with some fancy gestures (which may get more fancy if Apple open this up to developers). Touchscreens are the real deal when it comes to gestural input and direct maniuplation, but lack the precision of indirect input devices. We are blessed with fat thumbs, and as long as that is true, mouses and their variants will be around.

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Apple have developed their own super fast mobile CPU, the "Apple A4" and are showing off, calling themselves bigger than the rest. And they may be right. This is the most interesting angle I have read on the iPad launch so far.

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My first thought was, surely the military would not expose itself to the risks of a consumer device? But then I thought it is inevitable that technology as ubiquitous as the iPhone seems to becoming gets put to some usage that many of us would not feel comfortable with. It's usually the other way round anyway, we get the military gadgets that have been civilianized. But as the article points out - the applications have their place in disaster emergency situations.

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This article describes how to configure the automount daemon in Mac OS X to mount network volumes on startup.

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Photos: The birth of the Lisa and Mac interface | The UI's main developer documented his work in the '70s and early '80s in a series of Polaroids. See them here. | March 29, 2006, 4:15 AM PT | CNET News.com Staff

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