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On today's online edition of The Globe And Mail, a Canadian national newspaper, in their selection of "RECOMMENDED LINKS: BETTER I.T. IN 10 CLICKS OR LESS", they included also my post about the 18 applications for Mac.

Make Macs useful

Last week's Macworld Conference & Expo showcased a lot of new Apple products, including its superlight and thin MacBook Air laptop computer. In most companies, however, IT departments stick to Windows-based machines, but Simone Chiaretta may be able to change that.

MsMr. Chiaretta, an Italian .Net developer, recently published "18 (almost) free applications" for the Mac, which includes text editors, FTP software, spreadsheets and a lot more. Browse the entire list, with links to the applications, at codeclimber.net.nz.

Thank you to Shane Schick for including my post into his selection, even if mistakenly believed Simone was a female name. (I edited my quote correcting the original Ms. to Mr.)

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posted on Thursday, January 24, 2008 4:39 PM

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# re: On the press

Left by Matt Fraser at 1/25/2008 8:12 PM

Where did they mistakenly believe you were famale? "Mr." is male, while "Mrs." a married female, and "Miss" is an unmarried female. <looks at article online> Oh, I see you've edited it from "Ms." to "Mr." in your quote. Might want to note that...

# re: On the press

Left by Simone at 1/25/2008 8:31 PM

Matt, yes, I edited it in my quote. Thank you for pointing it out.

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