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Monday, September 18, 2000

Graeme Devine .plan update

Graeme Devine updated his .plan with word on the new OS X version of Q3A that's poised for release.
I've gotten many emails regarding Q3A for Mac OS X Public Beta. Yes, we're working on a build, but it will go hand in hand with the forthcoming point release. All Mac users will notice a significant speed increase with this point release (when showing it to Apple they said "woah, how'd you do that?")


Looks like AT took the prize in his Week #3 picks at 8-5 with 1 game to go. Eeyore had a rough weekend with a 6-7 record. She's conceeded the weekend, so that's that. Gonna have to do real research this weekend instead of gutting it through, da? :-)

Winamp for Mac?

Looks like Nullsoft's Justin Frankel is working on a Macintosh port of Winamp. Good news for Mac junkies :-) (BTW: The link is full of vulgar language. So beware your innocent eyes...)

Sunday, September 17, 2000

Jake Simpson interview on Gamespy

There's a new interview with Jake Simpson over on the Gamespy Network discussing gaming hardware. I've always liked what Jake has to say in his .plan updates, and I've chatted with him a few times in email. Good guy-give it a look.

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