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Notational Velocity fork with MultiMarkdown support.
Previewer for MultiMarkdown, Markdown, Text and HTML files; updates the preview any time the file is saved.
OS X app for generating PopClip extensions.
OS X Services for creating Markdown-formatted text.
An OS X System Service to add titles and affiliate tokens to URLs (Markdown format) in selected text.
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It bends in half to fit overhead bins on airplanes.
Studio hardware with 280 "velocity sensitive" keys.
The state's chief information officer delivers a gloomy assessment to a gathering of about 150 representatives of leading IT companies.
Nine months after the Golden State canceled a scandal-dogged contract with the software maker, legislators mull a reform bill designed to strengthen oversight of the state's IT projects.
A state official who backed a $95 million contract with Oracle tells a legislative committee that she was completely unaware of any problems with the contract until months later.
The company disputes claims that it sold the state of California more software than it needed. It also says backing out now could create trouble for the state's agencies.
VA Linux Systems lures a prominent programmer away from rival Linuxcare, while releasing a new higher-capacity storage server.
The Linux seller and Linux services company, set to merge soon, announce staff cuts.
The Linux company hires open-source guru John Terpstra to be its technology vice president in a push to link the company with outside open-source efforts.
Adopting a strategy made popular by more radical companies, the computer giant hires open-source advocate Bruce Perens to give the company a deeper view of the workings of open-source software.