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Thanks to my always-useful referer listing, I found out about Brian Jepson's Radio Weblog and the book he recently cowrote for O'Reilly, Mac OS X for Unix Geeks. It appears to collect some of the technical, power user-focused documentation that has been largely the realm of folklore, mailing lists and Web sites such as I haven't seen the book mentioned elsewhere, but on the basis of the sample Directory Services chapter, I'll be picking up a copy.

If you're still opening Acrobat Reader or to view PDFs in OS X, the new PDF Browser Plugin should be your next download. It's tiny (46K), because it just uses OS X's native PDF rendering. It exhibits a few visual anomalies, but appears to be stable and

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