Quickies on linux server
1. Seamonkey 1.0 , the open source next generation of the Netscape communicator suite has been released. Although it is based on the Mozilla 1.8 code base, Seamonkey is not the same thing as Thunderbird plus Firefox. The projects have taken off in slightly different directions. You can find a good chart of the differences on Chirs Ilias’ web site. UPDATE: The Blue Ferret reviews Seamonkey (on linux server).
2. Rob Griffith at MacWorld offers a tip that shows you how to reply to an email while keeping the original open in its own window (Hold down the Option key while clicking on Reply, Reply All or Forward).
3. Speaking of the rise and rise of the Mail-like look, Fraser Spiers is suffering Expos?É¬© confusion . So many of his apps now look like Mail.app that it is hard to tell them apart. UPDATE: He has posted an even more striking photo of the confusion on flickr.
4. David Pogue shows you how to reconfigure the Address Book of a Motorola Razr (the world’s top-selling cell/mobile phone) to make it more user-friendly and efficient to use. Nice one!. See also, if you are into that sort of thing, his comparison between the Razr and the Blade , Samsung’s new Razr clone.
5. A spammer writes to say, “I read over your blog, and i found it inquisitive.” Honestly!
Tags: cell, email, Expos?É¬© confusion, FireFox, mail.app, mobile phone, Motorola Razr, Mozilla, Netscape, Seamonkey, thunderbird
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