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Jeremy Dixon

Member since: Apr 14th, 2008

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Facebook enables 'reply via email' to status updates (Download Squad)

Dec 16th 2009 8:40AM I'm not seeing this yet in my emails, but I can't wait...It is the feature that I've most wanted.

Before there was Boot Camp, there were DOS Compatibility Cards (TUAW.com)

Dec 10th 2009 11:19AM I love multi-tasking, especially if it allows me to have work going on while playing games.

Before there was Boot Camp, there were DOS Compatibility Cards (TUAW.com)

Dec 10th 2009 11:05AM I remember a guy that had one of those in his "pizza box" 6100/60. I thought it was the most amazing thing ever that you could run windows on your mac and just switch to it with some key commands...

Is Firefox causing laptops to overheat through CPU overuse? (Download Squad)

Nov 24th 2009 11:24AM I was having all around heat problems on my macbook, so I did some searching and found smcFanControl (http://www.eidac.de/) It allows you to control the RPMs of the fan to control the tempratures...

Grackle68k: a Classic Mac OS Twitter app (TUAW.com)

Nov 17th 2009 2:48PM Aargggh! No Snow Leopard Support

Ballmer channels 1985, suggests Apple split iPhone hardware and OS (TUAW.com)

Oct 2nd 2008 4:51PM New Boss...Same as the old Boss.

Verizon getting a CDMA iPhone that runs Windows Mobile, clears acne (Engadget)

Sep 29th 2008 4:41PM Are you kidding...since when is apple going to let anything other than their platform on their device...I cannot see any circumstance that would put Windows Mobile on an iPhone.

Want to Know Everything About a Website? Try Quarkbase. (Download Squad)

Aug 28th 2008 2:24PM Great find...very useful

GrandCentral: What happens when your phone company is in beta? (Download Squad)

Apr 14th 2008 8:16AM Maybe the problem isn't so much building in redundancy, but Google itself building the kind of expertise necessary to run a zero-downtime type of service.