Monthly Archives: September 2004

MacDevCenter.com: Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 4

MacDevCenter.com: Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 4 by y Fran�ois Joseph de Kermadec — This is the fourth part of a series discussing how to travel safely with your Mac OS X laptop. Today’s focus is on what … Continue reading

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Virgin Atlantic SpaceShip One Deal

Today, Sir Richard Branson announced that Virgin Group has entered into an agreement to license the technology to develop the world�s first privately funded spaceships dedicated to carrying commercial passengers on space flights. The technology is currently owned by a Paul Allen company called Mojave Aerospace Ventures (�M.A.V.�) and was originally developed to fulfil Paul Allen�s vision of building the world�s first privately funded, reusable space vehicle (�SpaceShipOne�), which will undertake its first Ansari X Prize flight later this week. The licensing deal with M.A.V. could be worth up to �14 million ($21.5 million) over the next fifteen years depending on the number of spaceships built by Virgin. Continue reading

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MacDevCenter.com: Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 3

Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 3 by Franois Joseph de Kermadec and Franois Joseph de Kermadec — This is the third part of a series discussing how to travel safely with your Mac OS X laptop. Today’s focus … Continue reading

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MovableType and Mac.com

MovableType users can publish to Mac.com. The pages are static, so no CGI, but you can retain your blog interface and keep your style sheets. Here are basic instructions. This is work in progress, and I’ll correct, edit, and update … Continue reading

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NASA Survives Frances, But What About Ivan?

NASA is assessing the damage from Hurricane Frances. They dodged a bullet with superficial damage to the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) and the facility that manufactures the Shuttle Thermal Protection System tiles and blankets. But with aproximately 1000 panels missing … Continue reading

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2004 Tehachapi Mountain Festival

Photos from this year’s Tehachapi Mountain Festival Parade. Continue viewing the photographs

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MacDevCenter.com: Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 2

Here’s part 2 Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 2 by Franois Joseph de Kermadec — This is the second part of a series that will run over the next few weeks discussing how to travel safely with your … Continue reading

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Mac OS X for the Traveler

O’Reilly has started a series on their Mac Dev Center site. “Mac OS X for the Traveler, Part 1 by Franois Joseph de Kermadec — In this first part of an ongoing series about traveling safely with your PowerBook or … Continue reading

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Hurricane Frances Jeopardizes Shuttle Program

According to this story Hurricane Frances may be capable of ending the Space Shuttle Program.

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