TidBITS#690/28-Jul-03

Switching to a new email program is a harder decision than
swapping other software - Matt Neuburg explains why Mailsmith 2.0
is the email client for him. Also, Adam questions IDG's Macworld
Expo policy barring children under 13, and Jeff Carlson reveals
how to use iDVD 3 on Macs without SuperDrives. We also note the
releases of Palm's Tungsten T2, BBEdit 7.0.4, Griffin's iTrip
Station Finder, and Steve Wozniak's new wOzNet wireless network.

Topics:
MailBITS/28-Jul-03
Using iDVD 3.0.1 on Non-SuperDrive Macs
Macworld Expo New York's Ill-Advised Age Policy
True Confessions of a Mailsmith Switcher
Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/28-Jul-03

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