Wired announces Vaporware 2003 Wired has announced their reader picks for the 2003 Vaporware Awards. "Dishonorable mentions go to SCO for the as-yet-unseen Unix code that the company alleges was ripped off in Linux, and to Microsoft for its "secure computing initiative" and the ever-slipping ship date for Longhorn, which is shaping up to be a very promising candidate for the Vaporware awards in 2006, 2007 and maybe even 2008." (Mac products on the list include the Griffin Radio Shark and FWB's RealPC.) More.
iMovie-made movie at Sundance Wired covers "Tarnation," a movie being shown at this week's Sundance Film Festival: "Tarnation may be the first feature-length film edited entirely on iMovie, and it cost $218.32 in videotape and materials. Despite its low budget, the film has already earned a high profile." More.
Previously we noted:
- Troubleshooting iLife '04: Problems installing on Mac OS X Server, workaround
- iBook Dual USB display issues: Apple replacing a new part
- Troubleshooting iPhoto 4: Miscalculated file sizes; Export to Toast
- PowerBook screen resolution problem
- LaCie driver update for FireWire 400/800 drives; improves Panther compatibility