Garage Band Loops Contest Winner Announced
The Garage Band Loops contest is over, and our winner is… Click here!
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FootTrack is a nifty application that does a task I didn’t realize needed doing: cataloging digital videotapes on your Mac.Read More
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Tomorrow is the LAST DAY to send in your Garage Band Loops entry to the contest! So don’t delay, send them in today!
Check out the rules here, and come back next week to find out who won!
The winner will be chosen before February 28th, 2004, and will receive courtesy of Other World Computing an OWC Neptune 120GB external Firewire 400 hard drive.
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A little time, money, and a desire to make something…Read More
…Mickey doesn’t seem that friendly anymore. Looks to me that Disney is toast too. With all the public in-fighting between Michael Eisner and Walt Disney’s nephew Roy, – and with the major split between Pixar and Disney, – and with the new hostile takeover bids by Comcast, Warner Brothers, et. al., – the image of the sweet harmless mouse is becoming tarnished, and a bit frayed around the edges. Childhood memories are fading fast.
Seven years ago and this still fit today:
"Are our precious Internet applications and browsers no more than castles of sand? We have become totally dependent on search engines, news readers, file seekers, bookmark managers, and dozens more. Every day a new one, "beta than ever," is announced, and suddenly "old faithful" is in the trash."
Ah, the sweet sound of music! That was the idea behind our GarageBand Loops contest. That and to give all those lucky people who have the software a reason to play with it, and have a little fun. Even better, by sending in your very own masterpieces, you have the chance to win an external 120GB FireWire hard drive from Other World Computing.
I was curious when I came across RetroZone, and its sole proprietor, Brian Parker. What RetroZone does is take the NES controller and convert it to USB, able to work with your Mac or PC with no software needed. Simply plug it in and play your games. For me, that meant I could play all my emulated NES games in RockNES using an original NES controller, rather than a keyboard or number pad.Read More