Ten years later, and we’re still pining for a sports sim for the Mac.
Great review and write up. But, hey, I ran across a set of these speakers at a thrift store, problem is, no power adapter, and I can’t find one anywhere. Can anyone help guide me in the right direction?
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Thank you for a most entertaining review. I will add Sarah Vaughan’s “Crazy and Mixed Up” to my collection.
Seems that Palm is trying to take advantage of Apple’s ecosystem without the time and expense of having to build their own and not pay a dime for Apple’s time and expenses to build the iTunes store into a major music retailer. Kind of sleazy. Maybe Apple should start charging heavy licensing fees to companies that attempt to do this.
Compliments to the writer.
I’ve been using Windows/Dreamweaver for a fair amount of time and just bought my first Mac hoping Apple won’t give me the dreaded blue screen of death Windows seems to give me now and then. Luckily, I’m like a cat but down to my last life.
Back to the software, I just love how Freeway does things on the fly. Sometimes the client wants changes to the Web site done yesterday, and Freeway lets you do it and do it easily.
But, and it’s a pretty big but, the lack of code manipulation really does limit such a great piece of software, in particular for things like SEO. I would pay extra to get this functionality, but the designers are obviously going for another market.